heads

Heads vs Undefined - What's the difference?

heads | undefined |


As an interjection heads

is a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

As a noun heads

is or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana.

As a verb heads

is (head).

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Heads vs Toes - What's the difference?

heads | toes |


As nouns the difference between heads and toes

is that heads is or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana while toes is .

As an interjection heads

is a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

As a verb heads

is (head).

Walking vs Heads - What's the difference?

walking | heads |


As verbs the difference between walking and heads

is that walking is while heads is (head).

As nouns the difference between walking and heads

is that walking is while heads is or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana.

As an adjective walking

is as a human; living.

As an interjection heads is

a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

Heads vs Front - What's the difference?

heads | front |


As nouns the difference between heads and front

is that heads is or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana while front is the front end or side of something.

As an interjection heads

is a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

As a verb heads

is (head).

Dogs vs Heads - What's the difference?

dogs | heads |


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between dogs and heads

is that dogs is (nautical) fasteners securing a watertight hatch while heads is (nautical) that part of older sailing ships forward of the forecastle and around the beak, used by the crew as their lavatory; still used as the word for toilets on a ship.

As nouns the difference between dogs and heads

is that dogs is while heads is or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana.

As verbs the difference between dogs and heads

is that dogs is (dog) while heads is (head).

As an interjection heads is

a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

Heads vs Subheads - What's the difference?

heads | subheads |


As nouns the difference between heads and subheads

is that heads is or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana while subheads is .

As an interjection heads

is a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

As a verb heads

is (head).

Chiefs vs Heads - What's the difference?

chiefs | heads |


As nouns the difference between chiefs and heads

is that chiefs is while heads is or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana.

As an interjection heads is

a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

As a verb heads is

(head).

Heads - What does it mean?

heads | |

Wikidiffcom vs Heads - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | heads |


As an interjection heads is

a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

As a noun heads is

or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana.

As a verb heads is

(head).

Heads vs Hears - What's the difference?

heads | hears |


As verbs the difference between heads and hears

is that heads is (head) while hears is (hear).

As an interjection heads

is a shouted warning that something is falling from above, mind your heads.

As a noun heads

is or heads can be (slang) high-grade marijuana.

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