nitter

Nitter vs Titter - What's the difference?

nitter | titter |


As nouns the difference between nitter and titter

is that nitter is (zoology) a louse that deposits nits on horses while titter is a nervous or repressed giggle.

As a verb titter is

to laugh or giggle in a somewhat subdued manner.

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.

Hitter vs Nitter - What's the difference?

hitter | nitter |


As nouns the difference between hitter and nitter

is that hitter is agent noun of hit; one who hits while nitter is (zoology) a louse that deposits nits on horses.

Nitter vs Knitter - What's the difference?

nitter | knitter |


As nouns the difference between nitter and knitter

is that nitter is (zoology) a louse that deposits nits on horses while knitter is a person who, or a machine that knits, ties or knots.

Nitter vs Nither - What's the difference?

nitter | nither |


As nouns the difference between nitter and nither

is that nitter is a louse that deposits nits on horses while nither is alternative form of lang=en.

As an adjective nither is

alternative form of lang=en.

As an adverb nither is

alternative form of lang=en.

As a verb nither is

alternative form of lang=en.

Nitter vs Sitter - What's the difference?

nitter | sitter |


As nouns the difference between nitter and sitter

is that nitter is (zoology) a louse that deposits nits on horses while sitter is someone who sits, eg for a portrait.

Nitter vs Niter - What's the difference?

nitter | niter |


As nouns the difference between nitter and niter

is that nitter is (zoology) a louse that deposits nits on horses while niter is (us|chemistry) a mineral form of potassium nitrate used in making gunpowder.

Bitter vs Nitter - What's the difference?

bitter | nitter |


As nouns the difference between bitter and nitter

is that bitter is a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic while nitter is a louse that deposits nits on horses.

As an adjective bitter

is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance).

As a verb bitter

is to make bitter.

Natter vs Nitter - What's the difference?

natter | nitter |


As nouns the difference between natter and nitter

is that natter is mindless and irrelevant chatter while nitter is a louse that deposits nits on horses.

As a verb natter

is to talk without purpose.

Jitter vs Nitter - What's the difference?

jitter | nitter |


As nouns the difference between jitter and nitter

is that jitter is a nervous action; a tic or jitter can be (computing) a program or routine that performs jitting while nitter is (zoology) a louse that deposits nits on horses.

As a verb jitter

is to be nervous.

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