gorry

Lorry vs Gorry - What's the difference?

lorry | gorry |


As a noun lorry

is (british) a motor vehicle for transporting goods; a truck.

As a verb lorry

is to soil, dirty, bespatter with mud or the like.

As an interjection gorry is

(archaic|euphemistic) god!.

Gorry vs Gorky - What's the difference?

gorry | gorky |


As an interjection gorry

is god.

As a proper noun Gorky is

nizhny Novgorod.

As an adjective gorky is

awkward or strange.

Norry vs Gorry - What's the difference?

norry | gorry |


As a noun norry

is an improvised rail vehicle from cambodia; a bamboo train.

As an interjection gorry is

(archaic|euphemistic) god!.

Worry vs Gorry - What's the difference?

worry | gorry |


As a verb worry

is to seize or shake by the throat, especially of a dog or wolf.

As a noun worry

is a strong feeling of anxiety.

As an interjection gorry is

(archaic|euphemistic) god!.

Gorry vs Gurry - What's the difference?

gorry | gurry |


As an interjection gorry

is (archaic|euphemistic) god!.

As a noun gurry is

(india) a small fort or gurry can be fishing offal.

Gorry vs Gormy - What's the difference?

gorry | gormy |


As an interjection gorry

is (archaic|euphemistic) god!.

As an adjective gormy is

clumsy, awkward, ungainly, klutzy or gormy can be .

Gory vs Gorry - What's the difference?

gory | gorry |


As an adjective gory

is covered with blood, very bloody.

As an interjection gorry is

god.

Borry vs Gorry - What's the difference?

borry | gorry |


As a verb borry

is .

As an interjection gorry is

(archaic|euphemistic) god!.

Gorry vs Gorsy - What's the difference?

gorry | gorsy |


As an interjection gorry

is (archaic|euphemistic) god!.

As an adjective gorsy is

where gorse grows.