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Willer vs Iller - What's the difference?

willer | iller |


As a noun willer

is one who wills, who causes by an act of will or willpower.

As an adjective iller is

(ill).

Miller vs Iller - What's the difference?

miller | iller |


As a noun miller

is a person who owns or operates a mill, especially a flour mill.

As an adjective iller is

(ill).

Iller vs Piller - What's the difference?

iller | piller |


As an adjective iller

is (ill).

As a noun piller is

(label) a plunderer or thief.

Idler vs Iller - What's the difference?

idler | iller |


As adjectives the difference between idler and iller

is that idler is (idle) while iller is (ill).

As a noun idler

is one who idles; one who spends his or her time in inaction.

Tiller vs Iller - What's the difference?

tiller | iller |


As a noun tiller

is a person who tills; a farmer or tiller can be (obsolete) a young tree or tiller can be (archery) the stock; a beam on a crossbow carved to fit the arrow, or the point of balance in a longbow.

As a verb tiller

is to put forth new shoots from the root or from around the bottom of the original stalk; stool.

As an adjective iller is

(ill).

Filler vs Iller - What's the difference?

filler | iller |


As a noun filler

is a subdenomination of the forint, 100 fillér = 1 forint.

As an adjective iller is

(ill).

Iller vs Biller - What's the difference?

iller | biller |


As an adjective iller

is (ill).

As a noun biller is

(business) an issuer of a.

Killer vs Iller - What's the difference?

killer | iller |


As a noun killer

is an ink eradicator or killer can be a paid killer, a contract killer.

As an adjective iller is

(ill).

Iller vs Ill - What's the difference?

iller | ill |


As adjectives the difference between iller and ill

is that iller is (ill) while ill is (obsolete) evil; wicked (of people).

As a adverb ill is

not well; imperfectly, badly; hardly.

As a noun ill is

(often pluralized) trouble; distress; misfortune; adversity.