lapper

Wikidiffcom vs Lapper - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | lapper |


As a noun lapper is

one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

As a verb lapper is

to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water.

Lapper vs Napper - What's the difference?

lapper | napper |


As nouns the difference between lapper and napper

is that lapper is one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue while napper is a person who takes a nap.

As a verb lapper

is to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water.

Zapper vs Lapper - What's the difference?

zapper | lapper |


As nouns the difference between zapper and lapper

is that zapper is (colloquial) a remote control for a television while lapper is one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

As a verb lapper is

to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water.

Mapper vs Lapper - What's the difference?

mapper | lapper |


As nouns the difference between mapper and lapper

is that mapper is one who maps while lapper is one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

As a verb lapper is

to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water.

Lapper vs Dapper - What's the difference?

lapper | dapper |


As a noun lapper

is one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

As a verb lapper

is to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water.

As an adjective dapper is

neat, trim.

Lamper vs Lapper - What's the difference?

lamper | lapper |


As nouns the difference between lamper and lapper

is that lamper is one who takes part in lamping, or hunting with bright lights or lamper can be (dialect) a lamprey while lapper is one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

As a verb lapper is

to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water.

Tapper vs Lapper - What's the difference?

tapper | lapper |


As verbs the difference between tapper and lapper

is that tapper is while lapper is to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water.

As a noun lapper is

one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

Lapper vs Lapped - What's the difference?

lapper | lapped |


As verbs the difference between lapper and lapped

is that lapper is to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water while lapped is past tense of to lap.

As a noun lapper

is one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

As an adjective lapped is

being one or more complete laps behind the leader in a race.

Lapper vs Plapper - What's the difference?

lapper | plapper |


As verbs the difference between lapper and plapper

is that lapper is to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water while plapper is to make a noise with the lips.

As a noun lapper

is one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

Gapper vs Lapper - What's the difference?

gapper | lapper |


As nouns the difference between gapper and lapper

is that gapper is (baseball) a ball hit through the regions between the outfielders while lapper is one who laps liquid, who takes liquid in with the tongue.

As a verb lapper is

to make a gentle splashing sound, as the sound of flowing water.

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