neigh

Neigh vs Wheek - What's the difference?

neigh | wheek |


As nouns the difference between neigh and wheek

is that neigh is the cry of a horse while wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig.

As verbs the difference between neigh and wheek

is that neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry while wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

Neigh vs Tweet - What's the difference?

neigh | tweet |


As nouns the difference between neigh and tweet

is that neigh is the cry of a horse while tweet is the sound of a bird; any short high-pitched sound or whistle.

As verbs the difference between neigh and tweet

is that neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry while tweet is to make a short high-pitched sound, like that of certain birds.

Neigh vs Cluck - What's the difference?

neigh | cluck |


As nouns the difference between neigh and cluck

is that neigh is the cry of a horse while cluck is the sound made by a hen, especially when brooding, or calling her chicks.

As verbs the difference between neigh and cluck

is that neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry while cluck is to make such a sound.

Meow vs Neigh - What's the difference?

meow | neigh |


As nouns the difference between meow and neigh

is that meow is the cry of a cat while neigh is the cry of a horse.

As verbs the difference between meow and neigh

is that meow is of a cat, to make its cry while neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry.

As an interjection meow

is the cry of a cat.

Neigh vs Baa - What's the difference?

neigh | baa |


As a noun neigh

is the cry of a horse.

As a verb neigh

is (of a horse) to make its cry.

As an interjection baa is

baa.

Woof vs Neigh - What's the difference?

woof | neigh |


As nouns the difference between woof and neigh

is that woof is the set of yarns placed crosswise in a loom, interlaced with the warp, carried by the shuttle or woof can be the sound a dog makes when barking while neigh is the cry of a horse.

As verbs the difference between woof and neigh

is that woof is to make a woofing sound while neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry.

As an interjection woof

is (humorous) expression of strong physical attraction for someone.

As an acronym woof

is (marketing) well off older folks.

Neigh vs Grizzle - What's the difference?

neigh | grizzle |


As nouns the difference between neigh and grizzle

is that neigh is the cry of a horse while grizzle is a dark grey colour.

As verbs the difference between neigh and grizzle

is that neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry while grizzle is to make or become grey or grizzle can be (uk|slang) to whinge or whine.

As an adjective grizzle is

of a grey colour.

Neigh vs Heehaw - What's the difference?

neigh | heehaw |


As nouns the difference between neigh and heehaw

is that neigh is the cry of a horse while heehaw is .

As verbs the difference between neigh and heehaw

is that neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry while heehaw is .

As an interjection heehaw is

.

Moo vs Neigh - What's the difference?

moo | neigh |


As a pronoun moo

is we.

As a noun neigh is

the cry of a horse.

As a verb neigh is

(of a horse) to make its cry.

Trumpeting vs Neigh - What's the difference?

trumpeting | neigh |


As nouns the difference between trumpeting and neigh

is that trumpeting is action of the verb to trumpet while neigh is the cry of a horse.

As verbs the difference between trumpeting and neigh

is that trumpeting is while neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry.

Pages