jarp

Jars vs Jarp - What's the difference?

jars | jarp |


As verbs the difference between jars and jarp

is that jars is (jar) while jarp is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.

As a noun jars

is .

Jarp vs Jasp - What's the difference?

jarp | jasp |


As a verb jarp

is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.

As a noun jasp is

.

Parp vs Jarp - What's the difference?

parp | jarp |


As a verb jarp is

to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.

Warp vs Jarp - What's the difference?

warp | jarp |


As verbs the difference between warp and jarp

is that warp is (transitive|obsolete|outside|dialects) to throw; cast; toss; hurl; fling while jarp is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.

As a noun warp

is (obsolete) a throw; a cast.

Arp vs Jarp - What's the difference?

arp | jarp |


As an interjection arp

is imitating the bark of a seal.

As a verb jarp is

to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.

Jarp vs Jarl - What's the difference?

jarp | jarl |


As a verb jarp

is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.

As a proper noun jarl is

from the title of an earl ( jarl) variant: jarle.

Jarp vs Jamp - What's the difference?

jarp | jamp |


As verbs the difference between jarp and jamp

is that jarp is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact while jamp is (scotland) (jump).

Jark vs Jarp - What's the difference?

jark | jarp |


As verbs the difference between jark and jarp

is that jark is (slang|military|british) to modify (weaponry) to disadvantage; especially, to attach and use a tracking device to covertly monitor its location or jark can be while jarp is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.

As a noun jark

is a seal (stamp or impression of a stamp ).

Tarp vs Jarp - What's the difference?

tarp | jarp |


As verbs the difference between tarp and jarp

is that tarp is to cover something with a tarpaulin while jarp is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact.

As a noun tarp

is short form of tarpaulin or tarp can be (humorous|chiefly|internet slang).

Jarp vs Jaup - What's the difference?

jarp | jaup |


As verbs the difference between jarp and jaup

is that jarp is to knock one pace-egg against that of an opponent, with the aim of cracking the other’s egg and leaving one's own intact while jaup is (scottish|northern england) to splash; to slosh.

As a noun jaup is

(scottish|northern england) a splash.

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