nudle

Nudge vs Nudle - What's the difference?

nudge | nudle |


As verbs the difference between nudge and nudle

is that nudge is to push against gently, especially in order to gain attention or give a signal while nudle is (archaic|british) to walk quickly with the head bent forward.

As a noun nudge

is a gentle push.

Nudle vs Nurdle - What's the difference?

nudle | nurdle |


As verbs the difference between nudle and nurdle

is that nudle is (archaic|british) to walk quickly with the head bent forward while nurdle is (cricket) to score runs by gently nudging the ball into vacant areas of the fieldhttp://newsbbccouk/sport1/hi/cricket/england/6668549stm 1349: "collingwood picks up the first run after lunch with a nurdle to wide mid-on".

As a noun nurdle is

(cricket) such a shot.

Nudie vs Nudle - What's the difference?

nudie | nudle |


As a noun nudie

is entertainment involving naked people, especially women.

As a verb nudle is

(archaic|british) to walk quickly with the head bent forward.

Nudle vs Nuddle - What's the difference?

nudle | nuddle |


As verbs the difference between nudle and nuddle

is that nudle is (archaic|british) to walk quickly with the head bent forward while nuddle is (uk|dialect) to walk quickly with the head bent forward.