fidge

Fidge vs Midge - What's the difference?

fidge | midge |


As nouns the difference between fidge and midge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation while midge is any of various small two-winged flies, for example, from the family chironomidae or non-biting midges, the family chaoboridae or phantom midges, and the family ceratopogonidae or biting midges, all belonging to the order diptera.

As a verb fidge

is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake.

Fidge vs Ridge - What's the difference?

fidge | ridge |


As a verb fidge

is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake.

As a noun fidge

is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation.

As a proper noun ridge is

after a natural landscape feature.

Fidge vs Pidge - What's the difference?

fidge | pidge |


As verbs the difference between fidge and pidge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake while pidge is to post (something) in a pigeonhole.

As nouns the difference between fidge and pidge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation while pidge is a pigeonhole.

Fidge vs Fidged - What's the difference?

fidge | fidged |


As verbs the difference between fidge and fidged

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake while fidged is (fidge).

As a noun fidge

is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation.

Fidge vs Fudge - What's the difference?

fidge | fudge |


As verbs the difference between fidge and fudge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake while fudge is to try to avoid giving a direct answer; to waffle or equivocate.

As nouns the difference between fidge and fudge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation while fudge is light or frothy nonsense.

As an interjection fudge is

(euphemistic) colloquially, used in place of fuck.

Fidge vs Flidge - What's the difference?

fidge | flidge |


As verbs the difference between fidge and flidge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake while flidge is (obsolete) to become fledged; to fledge.

As a noun fidge

is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation.

As an adjective flidge is

(obsolete) fledged.

Fidge vs Didge - What's the difference?

fidge | didge |


As nouns the difference between fidge and didge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation while didge is didgeridoo.

As a verb fidge

is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake.

Tidge vs Fidge - What's the difference?

tidge | fidge |


As nouns the difference between tidge and fidge

is that tidge is (informal) a very small amount while fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation.

As a verb fidge is

(obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake.

Fidge vs Fedge - What's the difference?

fidge | fedge |


As nouns the difference between fidge and fedge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation while fedge is a fence made up of living plants, especially willow, thus somewhat resembling a hedge.

As a verb fidge

is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake.

Fadge vs Fidge - What's the difference?

fadge | fidge |


As verbs the difference between fadge and fidge

is that fadge is (obsolete|intransitive) to be suitable ((with) or (to) something) while fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake.

As nouns the difference between fadge and fidge

is that fadge is (ulster) irish potato bread - flat farls, griddle-baked often served fried while fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation.

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