poller

Poller - What does it mean?

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Terms vs Poller - What's the difference?

terms | poller |


As nouns the difference between terms and poller

is that terms is while poller is bollard, mooring post.

Loller vs Poller - What's the difference?

loller | poller |


As nouns the difference between loller and poller

is that loller is an idle vagabond while poller is bollard, mooring post.

Poller vs Toller - What's the difference?

poller | toller |


As nouns the difference between poller and toller

is that poller is bollard, mooring post while toller is a person who tolls a bell; a bell ringer or toller can be a person who collects tolls; a toll keeper.

Pollen vs Poller - What's the difference?

pollen | poller |


As nouns the difference between pollen and poller

is that pollen is while poller is bollard, mooring post.

Poller vs Polled - What's the difference?

poller | polled |


As a noun poller

is bollard, mooring post.

As a verb polled is

(poll).

As an adjective polled is

lopped; said of trees having their tops cut off.

Foller vs Poller - What's the difference?

foller | poller |


As a verb foller

is .

As a noun poller is

bollard, mooring post.

Roller vs Poller - What's the difference?

roller | poller |


As a proper noun roller

is (slang) a rolls-royce car.

As a noun poller is

bollard, mooring post.

Poller vs Pollee - What's the difference?

poller | pollee |


As nouns the difference between poller and pollee

is that poller is bollard, mooring post while pollee is someone who participates in a poll.

Poller vs Proller - What's the difference?

poller | proller |


As nouns the difference between poller and proller

is that poller is bollard, mooring post while proller is (obsolete) a prowler; a thief.

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