puss

Housecat vs Puss - What's the difference?

housecat | puss |


As nouns the difference between housecat and puss

is that housecat is a pet cat that is not allowed outside while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

Puss vs Pet - What's the difference?

puss | pet |


As nouns the difference between puss and pet

is that puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth while pet is an animal kept as a companion or pet can be a fit of petulance, a sulk, arising from the impression that one has been offended or slighted or pet can be or pet can be (geordie) a term of endearment usually applied to women and children.

As a verb pet is

to stroke or fondle (an animal).

As an adjective pet is

favourite; cherished.

Puss vs Kitten - What's the difference?

puss | kitten |


As nouns the difference between puss and kitten

is that puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth while kitten is a young cat diminutive: kitty.

As a verb kitten is

to give birth to kittens.

Puss vs Malkin - What's the difference?

puss | malkin |


As nouns the difference between puss and malkin

is that puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth while malkin is .

Puss vs Abscess - What's the difference?

puss | abscess |


As nouns the difference between puss and abscess

is that puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth while abscess is a cavity caused by tissue destruction, usually because of infection, filled with pus and surrounded by inflamed tissue .

As a verb abscess is

to form a pus filled cavity typically from an infection.

Puss vs Oldnglish - What's the difference?

puss | oldnglish |

Puss vs Cut - What's the difference?

puss | cut |


In context|informal|lang=en terms the difference between puss and cut

is that puss is (informal) a cat while cut is (informal) circumcised.

As nouns the difference between puss and cut

is that puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth while cut is an opening resulting from cutting.

As a adjective cut is

(participial adjective) having been cut .

As a verb cut is

to incise, to cut into the surface of something .

Memory vs Puss - What's the difference?

memory | puss |


As nouns the difference between memory and puss

is that memory is (uncountable) the ability of an organism to record information about things or events with the facility of recalling them later at will while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

Ram vs Puss - What's the difference?

ram | puss |


As nouns the difference between ram and puss

is that ram is a male sheep while puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth.

As a verb ram

is to intentionally collide with (a ship) with the intention of damaging or sinking it.

Puss vs Ear - What's the difference?

puss | ear |


As nouns the difference between puss and ear

is that puss is (informal) a cat or puss can be (slang) the mouth while ear is (countable) the organ of hearing, consisting of the pinna, auditory canal, eardrum, malleus, incus, stapes and cochlea or ear can be (countable) the fruiting body of a grain plant.

As a verb ear is

(humorous) to take in with the ears; to hear or ear can be to put forth ears in growing; to form ears, as grain does or ear can be (archaic) to plough.

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