gammy

Gammy - What does it mean?

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Incapacitated vs Gammy - What's the difference?

incapacitated | gammy | Related terms |

Incapacitated is a related term of gammy.


As adjectives the difference between incapacitated and gammy

is that incapacitated is unable to act while gammy is injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs).

As a verb incapacitated

is (incapacitate).

As a noun gammy is

(colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

Crippled vs Gammy - What's the difference?

crippled | gammy | Related terms |

Crippled is a related term of gammy.


As adjectives the difference between crippled and gammy

is that crippled is having a less than fully functional limb, or injuries which prevent full mobility while gammy is injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs).

As a verb crippled

is (cripple).

As a noun gammy is

(colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

Lame vs Gammy - What's the difference?

lame | gammy | Related terms |

Lame is a related term of gammy.


As nouns the difference between lame and gammy

is that lame is sea while gammy is (colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

As an adjective gammy is

injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs).

Disabled vs Gammy - What's the difference?

disabled | gammy | Related terms |

Disabled is a related term of gammy.


As adjectives the difference between disabled and gammy

is that disabled is made incapable of use or action while gammy is injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs).

As nouns the difference between disabled and gammy

is that disabled is one who is disabled (often used collectively as the disabled , but sometimes also singular) while gammy is (colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

As a verb disabled

is (disable).

Gammy vs Deformed - What's the difference?

gammy | deformed | Related terms |

Gammy is a related term of deformed.


As adjectives the difference between gammy and deformed

is that gammy is injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs) while deformed is unusual of shape; misshapen.

As a noun gammy

is (colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

As a verb deformed is

(deform).

Limping vs Gammy - What's the difference?

limping | gammy | Related terms |

Limping is a related term of gammy.


As a verb limping

is .

As an adjective gammy is

injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs).

As a noun gammy is

(colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

Halt vs Gammy - What's the difference?

halt | gammy | Related terms |

Halt is a related term of gammy.


As a verb halt

is .

As an adjective gammy is

injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs).

As a noun gammy is

(colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

Gammy vs Hobbling - What's the difference?

gammy | hobbling | Related terms |

Gammy is a related term of hobbling.


As an adjective gammy

is injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs).

As a noun gammy

is (colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

As a verb hobbling is

.

Gaumy vs Gammy - What's the difference?

gaumy | gammy |


As adjectives the difference between gaumy and gammy

is that gaumy is (us|and|uk|dialects) sticky; smeared with something sticky while gammy is injured, or not functioning properly (with respect to legs).

As a noun gammy is

(colloquial) grandmother or gammy can be (scotland|slang|vulgar) a blowjob; fellatio.

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