hoboglyph

Homoglyph vs Hoboglyph - What's the difference?

homoglyph | hoboglyph |


As nouns the difference between homoglyph and hoboglyph

is that homoglyph is a (l) identical or nearly identical in (l) to another, but which differs in the (l) it represents while hoboglyph is a sign, usually chalked on a wall or walkway, left by a hobo (tramp) to advise others of local conditions.

Tramp vs Hoboglyph - What's the difference?

tramp | hoboglyph |


As nouns the difference between tramp and hoboglyph

is that tramp is (pejorative) a homeless person, a vagabond while hoboglyph is a sign, usually chalked on a wall or walkway, left by a hobo (tramp) to advise others of local conditions.

As a verb tramp

is to walk with heavy footsteps.

Hobo vs Hoboglyph - What's the difference?

hobo | hoboglyph |


As a noun hoboglyph is

a sign, usually chalked on a wall or walkway, left by a hobo (tramp) to advise others of local conditions.

Sign vs Hoboglyph - What's the difference?

sign | hoboglyph |


As nouns the difference between sign and hoboglyph

is that sign is (sometimes|also used uncountably) a visible indication while hoboglyph is a sign, usually chalked on a wall or walkway, left by a hobo (tramp) to advise others of local conditions.

As a verb sign

is to make a mark.