muckle

Muckled vs Muckle - What's the difference?

muckled | muckle |


As verbs the difference between muckled and muckle

is that muckled is (muckle) while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As a noun muckle is

(chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As an adjective muckle is

(archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

Ruckle vs Muckle - What's the difference?

ruckle | muckle |


As verbs the difference between ruckle and muckle

is that ruckle is to crease or wrinkle while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As a noun muckle is

(chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As an adjective muckle is

(archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

Mackle vs Muckle - What's the difference?

mackle | muckle |


As nouns the difference between mackle and muckle

is that mackle is while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As verbs the difference between mackle and muckle

is that mackle is while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As an adjective muckle is

(archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

Muckle vs Suckle - What's the difference?

muckle | suckle |


As nouns the difference between muckle and suckle

is that muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount while suckle is (obsolete) a teat.

As verbs the difference between muckle and suckle

is that muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth while suckle is to give suck to; to nurse at the breast.

As an adjective muckle

is (archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

Huckle vs Muckle - What's the difference?

huckle | muckle |


As nouns the difference between huckle and muckle

is that huckle is (label) the hip, the haunch while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As an adjective muckle is

(archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

As a verb muckle is

(us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

Muckle vs Puckle - What's the difference?

muckle | puckle |


As nouns the difference between muckle and puckle

is that muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount while puckle is (obsolete) the devil; satan.

As an adjective muckle

is (archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

As a verb muckle

is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

Buckle vs Muckle - What's the difference?

buckle | muckle |


As verbs the difference between buckle and muckle

is that buckle is to distort or collapse under physical pressure; especially, of a slender structure in compression or buckle can be to fasten using a buckle while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As nouns the difference between buckle and muckle

is that buckle is (countable) a clasp used for fastening two things together, such as the ends of a belt, or for retaining the end of a strap while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As an adjective muckle is

(archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

Taxonomy vs Muckle - What's the difference?

taxonomy | muckle |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and muckle

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As an adjective muckle is

(archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

As a verb muckle is

(us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

Muckle vs Wad - What's the difference?

muckle | wad |


As nouns the difference between muckle and wad

is that muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount while wad is an amorphous, compact mass.

As verbs the difference between muckle and wad

is that muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth while wad is to crumple or crush into a compact, amorphous shape or ball.

As an adjective muckle

is (archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

Flock vs Muckle - What's the difference?

flock | muckle |


As nouns the difference between flock and muckle

is that flock is a large number of birds, especially those gathered together for the purpose of migration or flock can be coarse tufts of wool or cotton used in bedding while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As verbs the difference between flock and muckle

is that flock is to congregate in or head towards a place in large numbers or flock can be to coat a surface with dense fibers or particles while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As an adjective muckle is

(archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

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