shay

Tea vs Shay - What's the difference?

tea | shay |


As an initialism tea

is (northern ireland) training and employment agency.

As a proper noun shay is

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Share vs Shay - What's the difference?

share | shay |


As a noun share

is a portion of something, especially a portion given or allotted to someone or share can be (agriculture) the cutting blade of an agricultural machine like a plough, a cultivator or a seeding-machine.

As a verb share

is to give part of what one has to somebody else to use or consume.

As a proper noun shay is

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Shay - What does it mean?

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Shay vs Sway - What's the difference?

shay | sway |


As a proper noun shay

is .

As a noun sway is

the act of swaying; a swaying motion; a swing or sweep of a weapon.

As a verb sway is

to move or swing from side to side; or backward and forward; to rock.

Shay vs Shad - What's the difference?

shay | shad |


As a proper noun shay

is .

As a noun 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;.

Shay vs Shag - What's the difference?

shay | shag |


As a proper noun shay

is .

As a noun shag is

matted material; rough massed hair, fibres etc or shag can be several species of sea birds in the family phalacrocoracidae (cormorant family), especially the , phalacrocorax aristotelis , found on european and african coasts or shag can be a swing dance or shag can be (canada|northwestern ontario) a fundraising dance in honour of a couple engaged to be married.

As a verb shag is

to make hairy or shaggy; to roughen or shag can be to shake, wiggle around.

As an adjective shag is

(obsolete) hairy; shaggy.

Shay vs Thay - What's the difference?

shay | thay |


As a proper noun shay

is .

As a noun thay is

corpse.

Shab vs Shay - What's the difference?

shab | shay |


As a noun shab

is (obsolete|uk|dialect) scabies.

As a verb shab

is (obsolete) to scratch; to rub or shab can be (obsolete|uk|dialect) to play mean tricks; to act shabbily.

As a proper noun shay is

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Chay vs Shay - What's the difference?

chay | shay |


As a verb chay

is to burn, to become burnt; to blaze.

As a noun chay

is burnt rice d at the bottom of a pot of rice or rice cooker or chay can be a fish of the genus , especially laotian or toli shad.

As a proper noun shay is

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Shy vs Shay - What's the difference?

shy | shay |


As an adjective shy

is easily frightened; timid.

As a verb shy

is to avoid due to timidness or caution.

As a noun shy

is an act of throwing.

As a proper noun shay is

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