perry

Wine vs Perry - What's the difference?

wine | perry |


As a noun wine

is an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting juice of grapes or wine can be (nonstandard|british) wind.

As a verb wine

is to entertain with wine.

As a proper noun perry is

derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

Celeste vs Perry - What's the difference?

celeste | perry |


As proper nouns the difference between celeste and perry

is that celeste is borrowed from (etyl) , ultimately (etyl) caelestis "heavenly" while perry is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

Scrumpy vs Perry - What's the difference?

scrumpy | perry |


As a noun scrumpy

is (british) a rough cider, normally more alcoholic than usual, and typically produced through natural fermentation.

As a proper noun perry is

derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

Beautiful vs Perry - What's the difference?

beautiful | perry |


As an adjective beautiful

is attractive and possessing charm.

As a proper noun perry is

derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

Perry vs Perky - What's the difference?

perry | perky |


As a proper noun perry

is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

As an adjective perky is

lively or enthusiastic.

Perry vs Werry - What's the difference?

perry | werry |


As a proper noun perry

is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

As an adverb werry is

(obsolete) very.

Perry vs Peary - What's the difference?

perry | peary |


As a proper noun perry

is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

As an adjective peary is

resembling pears, pear-like.

Perry vs Merry - What's the difference?

perry | merry |


As proper nouns the difference between perry and merry

is that perry is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree) while merry is originally a nickname for a merry person.

Perry vs Peery - What's the difference?

perry | peery |


As a proper noun perry

is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

As a noun peery is

(scotland) spinning top.

As an adjective peery is

(rare) that tends to peer; prying, inquisitive, curious.

Perry vs Pervy - What's the difference?

perry | pervy |


As a proper noun perry

is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

As an adjective pervy is

behaving or appearing like a sexual pervert.

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