laird

Chieftain vs Laird - What's the difference?

chieftain | laird |


As nouns the difference between chieftain and laird

is that chieftain is a leader of a clan or tribe while laird is the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord.

Liard vs Laird - What's the difference?

liard | laird |


As nouns the difference between liard and laird

is that liard is (historical) a small french coin, equivalent to a quarter of a sou while laird is the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord.

Laird vs Lairs - What's the difference?

laird | lairs |


As nouns the difference between laird and lairs

is that laird is the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord while lairs is .

Lairy vs Laird - What's the difference?

lairy | laird |


As an adjective lairy

is (uk) touchy, aggressive or confrontational, usually while drunk or lairy can be (australia) vulgar and flashy.

As a noun laird is

the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord.

Laird vs Laired - What's the difference?

laird | laired |


As a noun laird

is the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord.

As an adjective laired is

having a lair.

As a verb laired is

(lair); mired.

Laird vs Larid - What's the difference?

laird | larid |


As nouns the difference between laird and larid

is that laird is the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord while larid is (zoology) any member of the laridae.

Laird vs Yaird - What's the difference?

laird | yaird |


As nouns the difference between laird and yaird

is that laird is the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord while yaird is (scotland).

Lair vs Laird - What's the difference?

lair | laird |


As nouns the difference between lair and laird

is that lair is mare (female horse) or lair can be while laird is the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord.

Caird vs Laird - What's the difference?

caird | laird |


As nouns the difference between caird and laird

is that caird is (uk|dialect) a travelling tinker; a tramp, or sturdy beggar while laird is the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord.

Lard vs Laird - What's the difference?

lard | laird |


As a proper noun lard

is .

As a noun laird is

the owner of a scottish estate; a landlord.

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