dally

Gally vs Dally - What's the difference?

gally | dally |


As nouns the difference between gally and dally

is that gally is while dally is several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

As verbs the difference between gally and dally

is that gally is (obsolete|uk|dialect) to frighten; to worry while dally is to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

As an adjective gally

is like gall; bitter as gall.

Dally vs Dolly - What's the difference?

dally | dolly |


As a verb dally

is to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

As a noun dally

is several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

As a proper noun dolly is

a diminutive of the female given name dorothy, and later also of dolores.

Dally vs Bally - What's the difference?

dally | bally |


As a verb dally

is to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

As a noun dally

is several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

As an adjective bally is

(british|dated|euphemistic) bloody; used as a mild intensifier.

As an adverb bally is

(uk|dated|euphemistic) very.

Pally vs Dally - What's the difference?

pally | dally |


As nouns the difference between pally and dally

is that pally is (colloquial) a palestinian while dally is several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

As a verb dally is

to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

Wally vs Dally - What's the difference?

wally | dally |


As nouns the difference between wally and dally

is that wally is a fool while dally is several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

As verbs the difference between wally and dally

is that wally is alternate pronunciation (and hence spelling) of value while dally is to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

Sally vs Dally - What's the difference?

sally | dally |


As a proper noun sally

is , also used as a formal given name.

As a verb dally is

to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

As a noun dally is

several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

Ally vs Dally - What's the difference?

ally | dally |


As a proper noun ally

is a diminutive of the female given names alison, alice and alexandra.

As a verb dally is

to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

As a noun dally is

several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

Daily vs Dally - What's the difference?

daily | dally |


As nouns the difference between daily and dally

is that daily is a newspaper that is published every day while dally is several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

As an adjective daily

is quotidian, that occurs every day, or at least every working day.

As an adverb daily

is quotidianly, every day.

As a verb dally is

to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

Dillie vs Dally - What's the difference?

dillie | dally |

Philander vs Dally - What's the difference?

philander | dally |


As nouns the difference between philander and dally

is that philander is a lover while dally is several wraps of rope around the saddle horn, used to stop animals in.

As verbs the difference between philander and dally

is that philander is to make love to women; to play the male flirt while dally is to waste time in voluptuous pleasures, or in idleness; to trifle.

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