petter

Wikidiffcom vs Petter - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | petter |


As a noun petter is

(rare) one who pets.

Petter vs Pewter - What's the difference?

petter | pewter |


As nouns the difference between petter and pewter

is that petter is (rare) one who pets while pewter is an alloy of approximately 93–98% tin, 1–2% copper, and the balance of antimony.

As an adjective pewter is

of a dark, dull grey colour, like that of the metal.

Petter vs Pettier - What's the difference?

petter | pettier |


As a noun petter

is (rare) one who pets.

As an adjective pettier is

(petty).

Petter vs Potter - What's the difference?

petter | potter |


As nouns the difference between petter and potter

is that petter is (rare) one who pets while potter is (soccer) someone connected with , as a fan, player, coach etc.

As a proper noun potter is

for a potter.

Vetter vs Petter - What's the difference?

vetter | petter |


As nouns the difference between vetter and petter

is that vetter is agent noun]] of [[vet#verb|vet; one who vets while petter is (rare) one who pets.

Netter vs Petter - What's the difference?

netter | petter |


As nouns the difference between netter and petter

is that netter is one who nets (in any sense), or who uses a net while petter is (rare) one who pets.

Petter vs Setter - What's the difference?

petter | setter |


As nouns the difference between petter and setter

is that petter is (rare) one who pets while setter is one who sets something, especially a typesetter.

As a verb setter is

(uk|dialect|transitive) to cut the dewlap (of a cow or ox), and insert a seton, so as to cause an issue.

Perter vs Petter - What's the difference?

perter | petter |


As an adjective perter

is (pert).

As a noun petter is

(rare) one who pets.

Retter vs Petter - What's the difference?

retter | petter |


As nouns the difference between retter and petter

is that retter is one who rets while petter is (rare) one who pets.

Pitter vs Petter - What's the difference?

pitter | petter |


As nouns the difference between pitter and petter

is that pitter is see pitter-patter while petter is (rare) one who pets.

As a verb pitter

is to make a pattering sound.

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