muckle

Hatful vs Muckle - What's the difference?

hatful | muckle |


As nouns the difference between hatful and muckle

is that hatful is the amount that will fit into a hat 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.

Heap vs Muckle - What's the difference?

heap | muckle |


As nouns the difference between heap and muckle

is that heap is a crowd; a throng; a multitude or great number of people while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As verbs the difference between heap and muckle

is that heap is to pile in a heap while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As an adjective muckle is

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

Load vs Muckle - What's the difference?

load | muckle |


As nouns the difference between load and muckle

is that load is a burden; a weight to be carried while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As verbs the difference between load and muckle

is that load is to put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage) while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As an adjective muckle is

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

Mass vs Muckle - What's the difference?

mass | muckle |


As nouns the difference between mass and muckle

is that mass is (label) matter, material or mass can be (christianity) the eucharist, now especially in roman catholicism while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As verbs the difference between mass and muckle

is that mass is to form or collect into a mass; to form into a collective body; to bring together into masses; to assemble or mass can be (obsolete) to celebrate mass while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As adjectives the difference between mass and muckle

is that mass is involving a mass of things; concerning a large quantity or number while muckle is (archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

Exaggerate vs Muckle - What's the difference?

exaggerate | muckle |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and muckle

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As a noun muckle is

(chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As a adjective muckle is

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

Much vs Muckle - What's the difference?

much | muckle |


As a determiner much

is (label) large, great.

As a adverb much

is to a great extent.

As a pronoun much

is a large amount or great extent.

As a noun muckle is

(chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As a adjective muckle is

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

As a verb muckle is

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

Massive vs Muckle - What's the difference?

massive | muckle |


As adjectives the difference between massive and muckle

is that massive is of or pertaining to a large mass; weighty, heavy, or bulky while muckle is (archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

As nouns the difference between massive and muckle

is that massive is (mineralogy) a homogeneous mass of rock, not layered and without an obvious crystal structure while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As a verb muckle is

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

Large vs Muckle - What's the difference?

large | muckle |


As adjectives the difference between large and muckle

is that large is of considerable or relatively great size or extent while muckle is (archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

As nouns the difference between large and muckle

is that large is (music|obsolete) an old musical note, equal to two longas, four breves, or eight semibreves while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As a verb muckle is

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

Amount vs Muckle - What's the difference?

amount | muckle |


As nouns the difference between amount and muckle

is that amount is the total, aggregate or sum of material (not applicable to discrete numbers or units or items in standard english) while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As verbs the difference between amount and muckle

is that amount is to total or evaluate while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As a adjective muckle is

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

Great vs Muckle - What's the difference?

great | muckle |


As adjectives the difference between great and muckle

is that great is very big, large scale while muckle is (archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

As nouns the difference between great and muckle

is that great is a person of major significance, accomplishment or acclaim while muckle is (chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As a interjection great

is expression of gladness and content about something.

As a adverb great

is very well (in a very satisfactory manner).

As a verb muckle is

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

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