homers

Stray vs Homers - What's the difference?

stray | homers |


As a noun stray

is any domestic animal that has an enclosure, or its proper place and company, and wanders at large, or is lost; an estray.

As a verb stray

is to wander, as from a direct course; to deviate, or go out of the way.

As an adjective stray

is having gone astray; strayed; wandering; as, a stray horse or sheep.

As a proper noun homers is

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Hovers vs Homers - What's the difference?

hovers | homers |


As a verb hovers

is (hover).

As a proper noun homers is

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Homers vs Comers - What's the difference?

homers | comers |


As a proper noun homers

is .

As a noun comers is

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Omers vs Homers - What's the difference?

omers | homers |


As a noun omers

is .

As a proper noun homers is

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Honers vs Homers - What's the difference?

honers | homers |


As a noun honers

is .

As a proper noun homers is

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Homeys vs Homers - What's the difference?

homeys | homers |


As a noun homeys

is .

As a proper noun homers is

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Homers vs Vomers - What's the difference?

homers | vomers |


As a proper noun homers

is .

As a noun vomers is

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Homers vs Howers - What's the difference?

homers | howers |


As a proper noun homers

is .

As a noun howers is

(obsolete).

Holers vs Homers - What's the difference?

holers | homers |


As a noun holers

is .

As a proper noun homers is

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Hopers vs Homers - What's the difference?

hopers | homers |


As a noun hopers

is .

As a proper noun homers is

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