parfay

Parfay vs Parlay - What's the difference?

parfay | parlay |


As an interjection parfay

is (obsolete) by my faith; verily.

As a verb parlay is

to carry forward the stake and winnings from a bet onto a subsequent wager.

As a noun parlay is

such a bet or series of bets.

Parfay vs Partay - What's the difference?

parfay | partay |


As an interjection parfay

is (obsolete) by my faith; verily.

As a noun partay is

(slang) party (in the sense of an organised gathering of people for the purpose of dancing and otherwise having fun).

As a verb partay is

(label) party.

Parfay vs Parfry - What's the difference?

parfay | parfry |


As an interjection parfay

is (obsolete) by my faith; verily.

As a verb parfry is

to fry until partly cooked and crispy.

Parfay vs Par - What's the difference?

parfay | par |


As a interjection parfay

is (obsolete) by my faith; verily.

As a preposition par is

by; with.

As a noun par is

equal value; equality of nominal and actual value; the value expressed on the face or in the words of a certificate of value, as a bond or other commercial paper.

As a verb par is

(golf) to reach the hole in the allotted number of strokes.