quay

Shipside vs Quay - What's the difference?

shipside | quay |


As a noun shipside

is the part of a harbour or dock by a ship.

As a verb quay is

enclose, surround, encircle.

Quay vs Jetties - What's the difference?

quay | jetties |


As a verb quay

is enclose, surround, encircle.

As a noun jetties is

.

Pie vs Quay - What's the difference?

pie | quay |


As a noun pie

is foot.

As a verb quay is

enclose, surround, encircle.

Quay vs Buoy - What's the difference?

quay | buoy |


As verbs the difference between quay and buoy

is that quay is enclose, surround, encircle while buoy is to keep afloat or aloft; used with up .

As a noun buoy is

(nautical) a float moored in water to mark a location, warn of danger, or indicate a navigational channel.

Bouy vs Quay - What's the difference?

bouy | quay |


As a noun bouy

is .

As a verb quay is

enclose, surround, encircle.

Marina vs Quay - What's the difference?

marina | quay |


As an adjective marina

is .

As a verb quay is

enclose, surround, encircle.

Docks vs Quay - What's the difference?

docks | quay |


As verbs the difference between docks and quay

is that docks is (dock) while quay is enclose, surround, encircle.

As a noun docks

is .

Quay vs Eir - What's the difference?

quay | eir |


As a verb quay

is enclose, surround, encircle.

As a proper noun eir is

eir, old norse goddess of medicine.

Deck vs Quay - What's the difference?

deck | quay |


As an adjective deck

is thick.

As a verb quay is

enclose, surround, encircle.

Quay vs Kay - What's the difference?

quay | kay |


As verbs the difference between quay and kay

is that quay is enclose, surround, encircle while kay is or kay can be .

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