plowman

Ploughboy vs Plowman - What's the difference?

ploughboy | plowman | Related terms |

Ploughboy is a related term of plowman.


As nouns the difference between ploughboy and plowman

is that ploughboy is (dated) a boy who directed the animals that pulled a plough while plowman is a male plower, who plows land with a plough.

Plowboy vs Plowman - What's the difference?

plowboy | plowman | Related terms |

Plowboy is a related term of plowman.


As nouns the difference between plowboy and plowman

is that plowboy is a boy plower, a boy who plows while plowman is a male plower, who plows land with a plough.

Plough vs Plowman - What's the difference?

plough | plowman |


As nouns the difference between plough and plowman

is that plough is a device pulled through the ground in order to break it open into furrows for planting while plowman is a male plower, who plows land with a plough.

As a verb plough

is to use a plough on to prepare for planting.

Plow vs Plowman - What's the difference?

plow | plowman |


As nouns the difference between plow and plowman

is that plow is (us) while plowman is a male plower, who plows land with a plough.

As a verb plow

is (us).

Plower vs Plowman - What's the difference?

plower | plowman |


As nouns the difference between plower and plowman

is that plower is one who plows, works land with a plow while plowman is a male plower, who plows land with a plough.

Ploughman vs Plowman - What's the difference?

ploughman | plowman | Alternative forms |

Plowman is an alternative form of ploughman.

Ploughman is an alternative form of plowman.


As nouns the difference between ploughman and plowman

is that ploughman is (british) while plowman is a male plower, who plows land with a plough.

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