shash

Shish vs Shash - What's the difference?

shish | shash |


As an adjective shish

is on a skewer.

As a noun shash is

(obsolete) the scarf of a turban.

Shash vs Snash - What's the difference?

shash | snash |


As nouns the difference between shash and snash

is that shash is (obsolete) the scarf of a turban while snash is verbal abuse, guff.

Stash vs Shash - What's the difference?

stash | shash |


As nouns the difference between stash and shash

is that stash is a collection, sometimes hidden; a reserve while shash is (obsolete) the scarf of a turban.

As a verb stash

is to hide or store away for later use.

Shah vs Shash - What's the difference?

shah | shash |


As a proper noun shah

is a common surname in india.

As a noun shash is

(obsolete) the scarf of a turban.

Shush vs Shash - What's the difference?

shush | shash |


As a verb shush

is (onomatopoeia|intransitive) to be quiet; to keep quiet.

As a noun shash is

(obsolete) the scarf of a turban.

Smash vs Shash - What's the difference?

smash | shash |


As nouns the difference between smash and shash

is that smash is the sound of a violent impact; a violent striking together while shash is (obsolete) the scarf of a turban.

As a verb smash

is to break (something brittle) violently.

Shash vs Shahs - What's the difference?

shash | shahs |


As nouns the difference between shash and shahs

is that shash is (obsolete) the scarf of a turban while shahs is .

Swash vs Shash - What's the difference?

swash | shash |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between swash and shash

is that swash is (obsolete) a swaggering fellow; a swasher while shash is (obsolete) a sash.

As nouns the difference between swash and shash

is that swash is the water that washes up on shore after an incoming wave has broken while shash is (obsolete) the scarf of a turban.

As a verb swash

is to swagger; to bluster and brag.

As an adjective swash

is soft, like overripe fruit; swashy; squashy.

Hash vs Shash - What's the difference?

hash | shash |


As nouns the difference between hash and shash

is that hash is food]], especially meat and potatoes, chopped and mixed together or hash can be hashish, a drug derived from the cannabis plant while shash is (obsolete) the scarf of a turban.

As an adjective hash

is hashed, chopped into small pieces.

As a verb hash

is to chop into small pieces, to make into a hash.

Slash vs Shash - What's the difference?

slash | shash |


As nouns the difference between slash and shash

is that slash is a swift cut with a blade, particularly with fighting weapons as a sword, saber, knife etc while shash is (obsolete) the scarf of a turban.

As a verb slash

is to cut violently across something with a blade such as knife, sword, scythe, etc.

As a conjunction slash

is .

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