shand

Shand vs Shad - What's the difference?

shand | shad |


As nouns the difference between shand and shad

is that shand is shame; scandal; disgrace while shad is any one of several species of food fishes that comprise the genus alosa in the family clupeidae, to which the herrings also belong;.

As an adjective shand

is worthless.

Shandy vs Shand - What's the difference?

shandy | shand |


As nouns the difference between shandy and shand

is that shandy is (uncountable) a drink made by mixing beer and lemonade while shand is shame; scandal; disgrace.

As an adjective shand is

worthless.

Shard vs Shand - What's the difference?

shard | shand |


As nouns the difference between shard and shand

is that shard is a piece of broken glass or pottery, especially one found in an archaeological dig or shard can be the plant chard while shand is shame; scandal; disgrace.

As a verb shard

is to fall apart into shards, usually as the result of impact or explosion.

As an adjective shand is

worthless.

Shand vs Shend - What's the difference?

shand | shend |


As a noun shand

is shame; scandal; disgrace.

As an adjective shand

is worthless.

As a verb shend is

(obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

Shand vs Shan - What's the difference?

shand | shan |


As a noun shand

is shame; scandal; disgrace.

As an adjective shand

is worthless.

Shank vs Shand - What's the difference?

shank | shand |


As adjectives the difference between shank and shand

is that shank is (slang) bad while shand is worthless.

As nouns the difference between shank and shand

is that shank is the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle while shand is shame; scandal; disgrace.

As a verb shank

is (archaic|ulster) to travel on foot.

Shand vs Shanda - What's the difference?

shand | shanda |


As nouns the difference between shand and shanda

is that shand is shame; scandal; disgrace while shanda is shame; disgrace.

As an adjective shand

is worthless.

Sand vs Shand - What's the difference?

sand | shand |


As a verb sand

is .

As a noun shand is

shame; scandal; disgrace.

As an adjective shand is

worthless.

Hand vs Shand - What's the difference?

hand | shand |


As nouns the difference between hand and shand

is that hand is tail while shand is shame; scandal; disgrace.

As an adjective shand is

worthless.

Stand vs Shand - What's the difference?

stand | shand |


As nouns the difference between stand and shand

is that stand is stall, booth, bench, stand (place to sell items or make deals) while shand is shame; scandal; disgrace.

As an adjective shand is

worthless.