ollie

Ollie vs Collie - What's the difference?

ollie | collie |


As a proper noun ollie

is a diminutive of the male given name oliver.

As a noun collie is

any of various breeds of dog originating in scotland and england as sheepdogs.

Oldie vs Ollie - What's the difference?

oldie | ollie |


As a noun oldie

is something or someone old.

As a proper noun ollie is

a diminutive of the male given name oliver.

Tollie vs Ollie - What's the difference?

tollie | ollie |


As a noun tollie

is (south africa) a bullock.

As a proper noun ollie is

a diminutive of the male given name oliver.

Ollied vs Ollie - What's the difference?

ollied | ollie |


As a verb ollied

is (ollie).

As a proper noun ollie is

a diminutive of the male given name oliver.

Ollie vs Rollie - What's the difference?

ollie | rollie |


As proper nouns the difference between ollie and rollie

is that ollie is a diminutive of the male given name oliver while rollie is (male).

Ollie vs Mollie - What's the difference?

ollie | mollie |


As a proper noun ollie

is a diminutive of the male given name oliver.

As a noun mollie is

any of many new world fish of the genus poecilia , formerly called.

Ollie vs Pollie - What's the difference?

ollie | pollie |


As a proper noun ollie

is a diminutive of the male given name oliver.

As a noun pollie is

(australia|informal) a politician.

Ollie vs Slappy - What's the difference?

ollie | slappy |


As a proper noun ollie

is a diminutive of the male given name oliver.

As an adjective slappy is

resembling a slap, especially of sound.

As a noun slappy is

(skateboarding) a grind on a curb without doing an ollie.

Ollie vs Nollie - What's the difference?

ollie | nollie |


As nouns the difference between ollie and nollie

is that ollie is (snowboarding|skateboarding) a manoeuvre wherein one catches air by lifting the front and tail ends off the ground at the same time; a hop while nollie is (skateboarding|snowboarding) a variation of the ollie where the rider uses the front foot to pop the nose down and the back foot to scrape backwards to achieve lift off of the ground.

As a verb ollie

is to perform an ollie.

Ollie vs Kickflip - What's the difference?

ollie | kickflip |


As nouns the difference between ollie and kickflip

is that ollie is (snowboarding|skateboarding) a manoeuvre wherein one catches air by lifting the front and tail ends off the ground at the same time; a hop while kickflip is (skateboarding) an ollie where the board is rotated 360 degrees along its axis.

As verbs the difference between ollie and kickflip

is that ollie is to perform an ollie while kickflip is to perform a kickflip.

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