netter

Netter - What does it mean?

netter | |

is likely misspelled.


has no English definition.

As a noun netter

is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net.

Netter vs Tetter - What's the difference?

netter | tetter |


As nouns the difference between netter and tetter

is that netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net while tetter is any of various pustular skin conditions.

As a verb tetter is

to affect with tetter .

Neater vs Netter - What's the difference?

neater | netter |


As an adjective neater

is comparative of neat.

As a noun netter is

one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net.

Retter vs Netter - What's the difference?

retter | netter |


As nouns the difference between retter and netter

is that retter is one who rets while netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net.

Netter vs Vetter - What's the difference?

netter | vetter |


As nouns the difference between netter and vetter

is that netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net while vetter is agent noun]] of [[vet#verb|vet; one who vets.

Netter vs Petter - What's the difference?

netter | petter |


As nouns the difference between netter and petter

is that netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net while petter is (rare) one who pets.

Fetter vs Netter - What's the difference?

fetter | netter |


As nouns the difference between fetter and netter

is that fetter is a chain or similar object used to bind a person or animal – often by its legs (usually in plural) while netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net.

As a verb fetter

is to shackle or bind up with fetters.

Setter vs Netter - What's the difference?

setter | netter |


As nouns the difference between setter and netter

is that setter is one who sets something, especially a typesetter while netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net.

As a verb setter

is (uk|dialect|transitive) to cut the dewlap (of a cow or ox), and insert a seton, so as to cause an issue.

Netter vs Nitter - What's the difference?

netter | nitter |


As nouns the difference between netter and nitter

is that netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net while nitter is a louse that deposits nits on horses.

Netter vs Wetter - What's the difference?

netter | wetter |


As nouns the difference between netter and wetter

is that netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net while wetter is agent noun of wet; someone who wets something as part of some process.

As an adjective wetter is

comparative of wet.

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