palesy

Terms vs Palesy - What's the difference?

terms | palesy |


As nouns the difference between terms and palesy

is that terms is while palesy is .

Palesy vs Pales - What's the difference?

palesy | pales |


As a noun palesy

is .

As a proper noun pales is

(roman god) the deity of shepherds, flocks and livestock in roman mythology.

Palsy vs Palesy - What's the difference?

palsy | palesy |


As nouns the difference between palsy and palesy

is that palsy is (pathology) complete or partial muscle paralysis of a body part, often accompanied by a loss of feeling and uncontrolled body movements such as shaking while palesy is .

As a verb palsy

is to paralyse, either completely or partially.

As an adjective palsy

is (colloquial) chummy, friendly.

Palesy vs Palely - What's the difference?

palesy | palely |


As a noun palesy

is obsolete form of palsy.

As an adverb palely is

in a pale manner; lightly.

Palest vs Palesy - What's the difference?

palest | palesy |


As an adjective palest

is (pale).

As a verb palest

is (pale).

As a noun palesy is

.

Palesy vs Palsey - What's the difference?

palesy | palsey |


As nouns the difference between palesy and palsey

is that palesy is while palsey is .