pappy

Pappy - What does it mean?

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Pappy vs Papi - What's the difference?

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As a proper noun pappy

is (informal) one's grandfather.

As a noun papi is

daddy.

Wikidiffcom vs Pappy - What's the difference?

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As a proper noun pappy is

(informal) one's grandfather.

Sappy vs Pappy - What's the difference?

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As an adjective sappy

is (us) excessively sweet, emotional, nostalgic; cheesy; mushy (british equivalent: soppy) or sappy can be (obsolete) musty; tainted.

As a proper noun pappy is

(informal) one's grandfather.

Pappi vs Pappy - What's the difference?

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As a noun pappi

is .

As a proper noun pappy is

(informal) one's grandfather.

Pappy vs Zappy - What's the difference?

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In informal|lang=en terms the difference between pappy and zappy

is that pappy is (informal) one's grandfather while zappy is (informal) lively or energetic.

As a proper noun pappy

is (informal) one's grandfather.

As an adjective zappy is

(informal) lively or energetic.

Pappy vs Poppy - What's the difference?

pappy | poppy |


As proper nouns the difference between pappy and poppy

is that pappy is (informal) one's grandfather while poppy is , a flower name used since the end of the 19th century.

Nappy vs Pappy - What's the difference?

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As a noun nappy

is pimple.

As a proper noun pappy is

(informal) one's grandfather.

Pappy vs Poppa - What's the difference?

pappy | poppa |


As a proper noun pappy

is (informal) one's grandfather.

As a noun poppa is

(us|colloquial|sometimes|childish) father, papa.

Pappy vs Paspy - What's the difference?

pappy | paspy |


As a proper noun pappy

is (informal) one's grandfather.

As a noun paspy is

a kind of minuet, in triple time, of french origin, popular in the reign of (queen elizabeth i) and for some time after.

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