nuddle

Nuddle vs Noddle - What's the difference?

nuddle | noddle |


As a verb nuddle

is (uk|dialect) to walk quickly with the head bent forward.

As a noun noddle is

(uk|informal) the head; the part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth and main sense organs.

Nuddle vs Guddle - What's the difference?

nuddle | guddle |


As verbs the difference between nuddle and guddle

is that nuddle is (uk|dialect) to walk quickly with the head bent forward while guddle is to catch fish with the hands, especially by groping under stones or at the banks of a stream.

Ruddle vs Nuddle - What's the difference?

ruddle | nuddle |


As verbs the difference between ruddle and nuddle

is that ruddle is to mark something with red ochre while nuddle is (uk|dialect) to walk quickly with the head bent forward.

As a noun ruddle

is a form of red ochre sometimes used to mark sheep or ruddle can be a riddle or sieve.

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