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Pelt vs Polt - What's the difference?

pelt | polt |


As nouns the difference between pelt and polt

is that pelt is the skin of a beast with the hair on; a raw or undressed hide; a skin preserved]] with the hairy or [[wool|woolly covering on it or pelt can be a blow or stroke from something thrown while polt is a hard knock.

As a verb pelt

is to bombard, as with missiles.

Pott vs Polt - What's the difference?

pott | polt |


As a proper noun pott

is .

As a noun polt is

a hard knock.

Molt vs Polt - What's the difference?

molt | polt |


As a verb molt

is .

As a noun polt is

a hard knock.

Poet vs Polt - What's the difference?

poet | polt |


As nouns the difference between poet and polt

is that poet is (rare|or|archaic) while polt is a hard knock.

Pols vs Polt - What's the difference?

pols | polt |


As nouns the difference between pols and polt

is that pols is while polt is a hard knock.

Post vs Polt - What's the difference?

post | polt |


As nouns the difference between post and polt

is that post is post, mail while polt is a hard knock.

Polt vs Tolt - What's the difference?

polt | tolt |


As nouns the difference between polt and tolt

is that polt is a hard knock while tolt is (uk|legal|obsolete) a writ by which a cause pending in a court baron was removed into a country court or tolt can be .

As a verb tolt is

.

Polt vs Holt - What's the difference?

polt | holt |


As a noun polt

is a hard knock.

As a proper noun holt is

an english and north-west european topographic surname for someone who lived by a small wood.

Poly vs Polt - What's the difference?

poly | polt |


As nouns the difference between poly and polt

is that poly is dust while polt is a hard knock.

Polt vs Nolt - What's the difference?

polt | nolt |


As nouns the difference between polt and nolt

is that polt is a hard knock while nolt is (obsolete|uk|dialect) neat cattle.

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