shish

Shish vs Shisho - What's the difference?

shish | shisho |


As an adjective shish

is on a skewer.

As a noun shisho is

(sumo) an oyakata who runs a heya.

Shyish vs Shish - What's the difference?

shyish | shish |


As adjectives the difference between shyish and shish

is that shyish is somewhat shy while shish is on a skewer.

Swish vs Shish - What's the difference?

swish | shish |


As adjectives the difference between swish and shish

is that swish is (british|colloquial) sophisticated; fashionable; smooth while shish is on a skewer.

As a noun swish

is a short rustling, hissing or whistling sound, often made by friction.

As a verb swish

is to make a rustling sound while moving.

Skewer vs Shish - What's the difference?

skewer | shish |


As a noun skewer

is a long pin, normally made of metal or wood, used to secure food during cooking.

As a verb skewer

is to impale on a skewer.

As an adjective shish is

on a skewer.

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