schuhplattler

Slap vs Schuhplattler - What's the difference?

slap | schuhplattler |


As nouns the difference between slap and schuhplattler

is that slap is a blow, especially one given with the open hand, or with something broad and flat while schuhplattler is a folk dance from bavaria and austria in which the thighs and the soles of the shoes are slapped.

As a verb slap

is to give a slap.

As an adverb slap

is exactly, precisely.

Sole vs Schuhplattler - What's the difference?

sole | schuhplattler |


As nouns the difference between sole and schuhplattler

is that sole is (dialectal|or|obsolete) a wooden band or yoke put around the neck of an ox or cow in the stall or sole can be (dialectal|northern england) a pond or pool; a dirty pond of standing water or sole can be the bottom or plantar surface of the foot while schuhplattler is a folk dance from bavaria and austria in which the thighs and the soles of the shoes are slapped.

As a verb sole

is to pull by the ears; to pull about; haul; lug or sole can be to put a sole on (a shoe or boot).

As an adjective sole

is only.

Thigh vs Schuhplattler - What's the difference?

thigh | schuhplattler |


As nouns the difference between thigh and schuhplattler

is that thigh is the upper leg of a human, between the hip and the knee while schuhplattler is a folk dance from bavaria and austria in which the thighs and the soles of the shoes are slapped.

Austria vs Schuhplattler - What's the difference?

austria | schuhplattler |

Bavaria vs Schuhplattler - What's the difference?

bavaria | schuhplattler |