jocky

Locky vs Jocky - What's the difference?

locky | jocky |


As adjectives the difference between locky and jocky

is that locky is having locks or tufts while jocky is (informal) jocklike.

Jockey vs Jocky - What's the difference?

jockey | jocky |


As a noun jockey

is jockey (one who rides racehorses competitively).

As an adjective jocky is

(informal) jocklike.

Joky vs Jocky - What's the difference?

joky | jocky |


As adjectives the difference between joky and jocky

is that joky is in the nature of a joke; jocular while jocky is (informal) jocklike.

Jocky vs Cocky - What's the difference?

jocky | cocky |


As adjectives the difference between jocky and cocky

is that jocky is (informal) jocklike while cocky is overly confident, arrogant and boastful.

As a noun cocky is

abbreviation of cockatoo; used when pretending to talk to such a bird, as in "hello cocky" .

Jocks vs Jocky - What's the difference?

jocks | jocky |


As a noun jocks

is .

As an adjective jocky is

(informal) jocklike.

Pocky vs Jocky - What's the difference?

pocky | jocky |


As adjectives the difference between pocky and jocky

is that pocky is covered in pock marks; specifically, pox-ridden, syphilitic while jocky is (informal) jocklike.

Socky vs Jocky - What's the difference?

socky | jocky |


As adjectives the difference between socky and jocky

is that socky is (uk|dialect) wet while jocky is (informal) jocklike.

Docky vs Jocky - What's the difference?

docky | jocky |


As a noun docky

is (norfolk|cambridgeshire|lincs|slang) a snack.

As an adjective jocky is

(informal) jocklike.

Rocky vs Jocky - What's the difference?

rocky | jocky |


As a proper noun rocky

is a male given name, pet form of rocco.

As an adjective jocky is

(informal) jocklike.

Jocky vs Jock - What's the difference?

jocky | jock |


As an adjective jocky

is (informal) jocklike.

As a proper noun jock is

a nickname.

As a noun jock is

(uk|slang) a scot.