hols

Hoes vs Hols - What's the difference?

hoes | hols |


As nouns the difference between hoes and hols

is that hoes is while hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling).

As a verb hoes

is (hoe).

Hols vs Hoys - What's the difference?

hols | hoys |


As nouns the difference between hols and hoys

is that hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling) while hoys is .

As a verb hoys is

(hoy).

Vols vs Hols - What's the difference?

vols | hols |


As nouns the difference between vols and hols

is that vols is while hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling).

Hows vs Hols - What's the difference?

hows | hols |


As nouns the difference between hows and hols

is that hows is while hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling).

Hols vs Holms - What's the difference?

hols | holms |


As nouns the difference between hols and holms

is that hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling) while holms is .

Hobs vs Hols - What's the difference?

hobs | hols |


As nouns the difference between hobs and hols

is that hobs is while hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling).

Hols vs Hoss - What's the difference?

hols | hoss |


As nouns the difference between hols and hoss

is that hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling) while hoss is (us|slang|south) a horse.

Sols vs Hols - What's the difference?

sols | hols |


As nouns the difference between sols and hols

is that sols is while hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling).

Dhols vs Hols - What's the difference?

dhols | hols |


As nouns the difference between dhols and hols

is that dhols is while hols is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling).

Hols vs Holt - What's the difference?

hols | holt |


As a noun hols

is (british|informal) holidays (time off work or time spent travelling).

As a proper noun holt is

an english and north-west european topographic surname for someone who lived by a small wood.

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