loller

Loller vs Poller - What's the difference?

loller | poller |


As nouns the difference between loller and poller

is that loller is an idle vagabond while poller is bollard, mooring post.

Luller vs Loller - What's the difference?

luller | loller |


As nouns the difference between luller and loller

is that luller is one who, or that which, lulls while loller is an idle vagabond.

Loller vs Holler - What's the difference?

loller | holler |


As nouns the difference between loller and holler

is that loller is an idle vagabond while holler is a yell, shout or holler can be (southern us|appalachia) (small valley between mountains).

As a verb holler is

to yell or shout.

As an adjective holler is

(dialectal|especially|southern us|appalachia).

Lolled vs Loller - What's the difference?

lolled | loller |


As a verb lolled

is (loll).

As a noun loller is

an idle vagabond.

Roller vs Loller - What's the difference?

roller | loller |


As a proper noun roller

is (slang) a rolls-royce car.

As a noun loller is

an idle vagabond.

Toller vs Loller - What's the difference?

toller | loller |


As nouns the difference between toller and loller

is that toller is a person who tolls a bell; a bell ringer or toller can be a person who collects tolls; a toll keeper while loller is an idle vagabond.

Foller vs Loller - What's the difference?

foller | loller |


As a verb foller

is .

As a noun loller is

an idle vagabond.

Lol vs Loller - What's the difference?

lol | loller |


As an interjection lol

is (internet slang|text messaging) or lol can be (archaic) used in song as a nonsense syllable.

As a verb lol

is (internet slang|text messaging|intransitive).

As a noun loller is

an idle vagabond.

Vagabond vs Loller - What's the difference?

vagabond | loller |


As nouns the difference between vagabond and loller

is that vagabond is a person on a trip of indeterminate destination and/or length of time while loller is an idle vagabond.

As a verb vagabond

is to roam, as a vagabond.

As a adjective vagabond

is floating about without any certain direction; driven to and fro.

Idle vs Loller - What's the difference?

idle | loller |


As a adjective idle

is (obsolete) empty, vacant.

As a verb idle

is to spend in idleness; to waste; to consume.

As a noun loller is

an idle vagabond.