purre

Buzz vs Purre - What's the difference?

buzz | purre |


As nouns the difference between buzz and purre

is that buzz is a continuous, humming noise, as of bees; a confused murmur, as of general conversation in low tones while purre is (uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.

As a verb buzz

is to make a low, continuous, humming or sibilant sound, like that made by bees with their wings.

Purre vs Roar - What's the difference?

purre | roar |


As a noun purre

is (uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.

As a proper noun roar is

.

Purre vs Howl - What's the difference?

purre | howl |


As nouns the difference between purre and howl

is that purre is (uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin while howl is the protracted, mournful cry of a dog or a wolf, or other like sound.

As a verb howl is

to utter a loud, protracted, mournful sound or cry, as dogs and wolves often do.

Wikidiffcom vs Purre - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | purre |


As a noun purre is

(uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.

Terms vs Purre - What's the difference?

terms | purre |


As nouns the difference between terms and purre

is that terms is while purre is (uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.

Purpre vs Purre - What's the difference?

purpre | purre |


As nouns the difference between purpre and purre

is that purpre is (obsolete) purple while purre is (uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.

As an adjective purpre

is (obsolete) purple.

Purer vs Purre - What's the difference?

purer | purre |


As an adjective purer

is (pure).

As a noun purre is

(uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.

Purry vs Purre - What's the difference?

purry | purre |


As an adjective purry

is purring; inclined to purr.

As a noun purre is

(uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.

Purre vs Purree - What's the difference?

purre | purree |


As nouns the difference between purre and purree

is that purre is (uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin while purree is indian yellow; euxanthin.

Purred vs Purre - What's the difference?

purred | purre |


As a verb purred

is (purr).

As a noun purre is

(uk|dialect) a bird, the dunlin.

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