shillelagh

Wikidiffcom vs Shillelagh - What's the difference?

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As a noun shillelagh is

a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob.

Shillelagh vs Cudgel - What's the difference?

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Shillelagh is a related term of cudgel.


As nouns the difference between shillelagh and cudgel

is that shillelagh is a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob while cudgel is a short heavy club with a rounded head used as a weapon.

As a verb cudgel is

to strike with a cudgel.

Shillelagh vs Waddy - What's the difference?

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Shillelagh is a related term of waddy.


As nouns the difference between shillelagh and waddy

is that shillelagh is a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob while waddy is (colloquial) a cowboy or waddy can be (australia) a war club used by aboriginal australians; a nulla nulla.

Shillelagh vs Staff - What's the difference?

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Shillelagh is a related term of staff.


As a noun shillelagh

is a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob.

As a proper noun staff is

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Shillelagh vs Cosh - What's the difference?

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Shillelagh is a related term of cosh.


As a noun shillelagh

is a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob.

As a symbol cosh is

the symbol of the hyperbolic function hyperbolic cosine.

Bludgeon vs Shillelagh - What's the difference?

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Bludgeon is a related term of shillelagh.


As nouns the difference between bludgeon and shillelagh

is that bludgeon is a short, heavy club, often of wood, which is thicker or loaded at one end while shillelagh is a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob.

As a verb bludgeon

is to strike or hit with something hard, usually on the head; to club.

Shillelagh vs Truncheon - What's the difference?

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Shillelagh is a related term of truncheon.


As nouns the difference between shillelagh and truncheon

is that shillelagh is a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob while truncheon is (label) a fragment or piece broken off from something, especially a broken-off piece of a spear or lance.

As a verb truncheon is

to strike with a truncheon.

Pulley vs Shillelagh - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between pulley and shillelagh

is that pulley is one of the simple machines; a wheel with a grooved rim in which a pulled rope or chain will lift an object (more useful when two or more pulleys are used together such that a small force moving through a greater distance can exert a larger force through a smaller distance) while shillelagh is a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob.

As a verb pulley

is to raise or lift by means of a pulley.

Shillelagh vs Stick - What's the difference?

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Shillelagh is a related term of stick.


As nouns the difference between shillelagh and stick

is that shillelagh is a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob while stick is (ireland) a member of the official ira.

As a proper noun stick is

(musici) the chapman stick, an electric musical instrument devised by emmett chapman.

Bat vs Shillelagh - What's the difference?

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Bat is a related term of shillelagh.


As an acronym bat

is best available technology; a principle applying to regulations]] on limiting pollutant [[discharge|discharges.

As a noun shillelagh is

a wooden (especially oaken) club ending with a large knob.

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