hooly

Dooly vs Hooly - What's the difference?

dooly | hooly |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between dooly and hooly

is that dooly is (archaic) a kind of litter suspended from men's shoulders, for carrying persons or things; a palanquin while hooly is (archaic) holy.

As a noun dooly

is (archaic) a kind of litter suspended from men's shoulders, for carrying persons or things; a palanquin.

As an adjective hooly is

(archaic) holy.

As an adverb hooly is

(archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

Hotly vs Hooly - What's the difference?

hotly | hooly |


As adverbs the difference between hotly and hooly

is that hotly is with great amounts of heat while hooly is (archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

As an adjective hooly is

(archaic) holy.

Hooly vs Wooly - What's the difference?

hooly | wooly |


As adjectives the difference between hooly and wooly

is that hooly is (archaic) holy while wooly is (us).

As an adverb hooly

is (archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

As a noun wooly is

(us).

Hooly vs Hooky - What's the difference?

hooly | hooky |


As adjectives the difference between hooly and hooky

is that hooly is (archaic) holy while hooky is full of hooks.

As an adverb hooly

is (archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

As a noun hooky is

absence from school or work.

Holly vs Hooly - What's the difference?

holly | hooly |


As a proper noun holly

is .

As an adjective hooly is

(archaic) holy.

As an adverb hooly is

(archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

Hoody vs Hooly - What's the difference?

hoody | hooly |


As a noun hoody

is .

As an adjective hooly is

(archaic) holy.

As an adverb hooly is

(archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

Booly vs Hooly - What's the difference?

booly | hooly |


As a noun booly

is (obsolete) a company of irish herdsmen, or a single herdsman, wandering from place to place with flocks and herds, and living on their milk, like the tartars.

As an adjective hooly is

(archaic) holy.

As an adverb hooly is

(archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

Hooly vs Hooty - What's the difference?

hooly | hooty |


As adjectives the difference between hooly and hooty

is that hooly is (archaic) holy while hooty is characterised by a hooting sound.

As an adverb hooly

is (archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

Cooly vs Hooly - What's the difference?

cooly | hooly |


As a noun cooly

is .

As an adjective hooly is

(archaic) holy.

As an adverb hooly is

(archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

Holy vs Hooly - What's the difference?

holy | hooly |


As adjectives the difference between holy and hooly

is that holy is naked while hooly is (archaic) holy.

As an adverb hooly is

(archaic|or|scotland) wholly; all the way.

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