pish

Bish vs Pish - What's the difference?

bish | pish |


As nouns the difference between bish and pish

is that bish is (british|slang) a mistake while pish is a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

As an abbreviation bish

is (chess) bishop.

As an interjection pish is

an expression of disdain.

As a verb pish is

to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

Pish vs Ish - What's the difference?

pish | ish |


As an interjection pish

is an expression of disdain.

As a noun pish

is a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

As a verb pish

is to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

As a proper noun ish is

a diminutive of the male given name ishmael.

Pish vs Apish - What's the difference?

pish | apish |


As an interjection pish

is an expression of disdain.

As a noun pish

is a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

As a verb pish

is to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

As an adjective apish is

resembling or characteristic of an ape.

Pish vs Gish - What's the difference?

pish | gish |


As nouns the difference between pish and gish

is that pish is a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds while gish is (role-playing games) a magician, or character that is skilled in both physical combat and the use of magic most gish characters use their magical abilities to increase their own personal combat abilities (known as "buffing").

As an interjection pish

is an expression of disdain.

As a verb pish

is to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

Pash vs Pish - What's the difference?

pash | pish |


As verbs the difference between pash and pish

is that pash is (dialect) to throw (or be thrown) and break or pash can be to strike; to crush; to smash; to dash into pieces while pish is to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

As nouns the difference between pash and pish

is that pash is a passionate kiss or pash can be (uk|dialect|obsolete) a crushing blow while pish is a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

As an interjection pish is

an expression of disdain.

Pis vs Pish - What's the difference?

pis | pish |


As verbs the difference between pis and pish

is that pis is while pish is to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

As an interjection pish is

an expression of disdain.

As a noun pish is

a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

Push vs Pish - What's the difference?

push | pish |


As verbs the difference between push and pish

is that push is (intransitive) to apply a force to (an object) such that it moves away from the person or thing applying the force while pish is to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

As nouns the difference between push and pish

is that push is a short, directed application of force; an act of pushing or push can be (obsolete|uk|dialect) a pustule; a pimple while pish is a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

As an interjection pish is

an expression of disdain.

Dish vs Pish - What's the difference?

dish | pish |


As an abbreviation dish

is .

As an interjection pish is

an expression of disdain.

As a noun pish is

a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

As a verb pish is

to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

Posh vs Pish - What's the difference?

posh | pish |


As a proper noun posh

is (soccer) , a football club from peterborough, england.

As an interjection pish is

an expression of disdain.

As a noun pish is

a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

As a verb pish is

to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

Fish vs Pish - What's the difference?

fish | pish |


As a proper noun fish

is .

As an interjection pish is

an expression of disdain.

As a noun pish is

a sibilant noise (eg "psshh") made by birders and ornithologists to attract small birds.

As a verb pish is

to try to attract birds by making a sibilant noise (eg "psshh").

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