girn

Girn vs Garn - What's the difference?

girn | garn |


As nouns the difference between girn and garn

is that girn is a vocalization similar to a cat's purring while garn is yarn.

As a verb girn

is (label) to grimace; to snarl.

Hirn vs Girn - What's the difference?

hirn | girn |


As nouns the difference between hirn and girn

is that hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place while girn is a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

As a verb girn is

(label) to grimace; to snarl.

Firn vs Girn - What's the difference?

firn | girn |


As nouns the difference between firn and girn

is that firn is a type of old snow which has gone through multiple thaw and refreeze cycles and thus is made of numerous small icy grains, though it is not nearly as saturated with water as snow-cone slush is; can be hard or somewhat soft depending on recent and current weather conditions while girn is a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

As a verb girn is

(label) to grimace; to snarl.

Girt vs Girn - What's the difference?

girt | girn |


As nouns the difference between girt and girn

is that girt is a horizontal structural member of post and beam architecture, typically attached to bridge two or more vertical members such as corner posts while girn is a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

As verbs the difference between girt and girn

is that girt is to gird or girt can be (gird) while girn is (label) to grimace; to snarl.

As an adjective girt

is (nautical) bound by a cable; used of a vessel so moored by two anchors that she swings against one of the cables by force of the current or tide.

Grin vs Girn - What's the difference?

grin | girn |


As nouns the difference between grin and girn

is that grin is while girn is a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

As a verb girn is

(label) to grimace; to snarl.

Gire vs Girn - What's the difference?

gire | girn |


As verbs the difference between gire and girn

is that gire is while girn is (label) to grimace; to snarl.

As a noun girn is

a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

Giro vs Girn - What's the difference?

giro | girn |


As a proper noun giro

is (cycling) the giro d'italia.

As a verb girn is

(label) to grimace; to snarl.

As a noun girn is

a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

Girn vs Ginn - What's the difference?

girn | ginn |


As verbs the difference between girn and ginn

is that girn is (label) to grimace; to snarl while ginn is .

As nouns the difference between girn and ginn

is that girn is a vocalization similar to a cat's purring while ginn is .

Gird vs Girn - What's the difference?

gird | girn |


As verbs the difference between gird and girn

is that gird is to bind with a flexible rope or cord or gird can be to jeer at while girn is (label) to grimace; to snarl.

As nouns the difference between gird and girn

is that gird is a sarcastic remark while girn is a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

Gern vs Girn - What's the difference?

gern | girn |


As verbs the difference between gern and girn

is that gern is (obsolete) to grin while girn is (label) to grimace; to snarl.

As a noun girn is

a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

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