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Owler - What does it mean?

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Oiler vs Owler - What's the difference?

oiler | owler |


As nouns the difference between oiler and owler

is that oiler is (nautical) an oil tanker while owler is (northern english dialect) the alder tree.

Owler vs Bowler - What's the difference?

owler | bowler |


As nouns the difference between owler and bowler

is that owler is (northern english dialect) the alder tree while bowler is (bowling) one who engages in the sport of bowling or bowler can be a bowler hat; a round black hat formerly popular among british businessmen.

Owler vs Ogler - What's the difference?

owler | ogler |


As nouns the difference between owler and ogler

is that owler is (northern english dialect) the alder tree while ogler is one who ogles.

Owler vs Ower - What's the difference?

owler | ower |


As nouns the difference between owler and ower

is that owler is (northern english dialect) the alder tree while ower is a person who owes money.

As a preposition ower is

(geordie) over.

As an adverb ower is

(geordie) over.

As an adjective ower is

(geordie) over, too.

Owler vs Yowler - What's the difference?

owler | yowler |


As nouns the difference between owler and yowler

is that owler is (northern english dialect) the alder tree while yowler is someone who, or something which yowls.

Jowler vs Owler - What's the difference?

jowler | owler |


As nouns the difference between jowler and owler

is that jowler is a dog with large jowls, such as the beagle while owler is (northern english dialect) the alder tree.

Owner vs Owler - What's the difference?

owner | owler |


As nouns the difference between owner and owler

is that owner is one who owns (something) while owler is (northern english dialect) the alder tree.

Owler vs Owlery - What's the difference?

owler | owlery |


As nouns the difference between owler and owlery

is that owler is (northern english dialect) the alder tree while owlery is (zoology) an abode or a haunt of owls.

Owher vs Owler - What's the difference?

owher | owler |


As an adverb owher

is (obsolete) anywhere.

As a noun owler is

(northern english dialect) the alder tree.

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