nobbut

Just vs Nobbut - What's the difference?

just | nobbut |


As a proper noun just

is , cognate to english justus.

As an adverb nobbut is

(uk|northern) nothing but; only; just.

Only vs Nobbut - What's the difference?

only | nobbut |


As adverbs the difference between only and nobbut

is that only is without others or anything further; exclusively while nobbut is (uk|northern) nothing but; only; just.

As an adjective only

is alone in a category.

As a conjunction only

is under the condition that; but.

As a noun only

is (rare) only child.

But vs Nobbut - What's the difference?

but | nobbut |


As a noun but

is any piece of equipment used for writing with one's hand, except chalks.

As an adverb nobbut is

(uk|northern) nothing but; only; just.

Nothing vs Nobbut - What's the difference?

nothing | nobbut |


As adverbs the difference between nothing and nobbut

is that nothing is (archaic) not at all; in no way while nobbut is (uk|northern) nothing but; only; just.

As a pronoun nothing

is not any thing; no thing.

As a noun nothing

is something trifling, or of no consequence or importance.