shive

Shive vs Shim - What's the difference?

shive | shim |


As nouns the difference between shive and shim

is that shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be while shim is a wedge or shim can be (informal|often|derogatory) a person characterised by both male and female traits, or by ambiguous male-female traits, also called a he-she; transsexual.

As a verb shim is

to fit one or more shims to a piece of machinery.

Shive vs Pericarp - What's the difference?

shive | pericarp |


As nouns the difference between shive and pericarp

is that shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be while pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary.

Shake vs Shive - What's the difference?

shake | shive |


As nouns the difference between shake and shive

is that shake is the act of shaking something while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb shake

is (ergative) to cause (something) to move rapidly in opposite directions alternatingly.

Shives vs Shive - What's the difference?

shives | shive |


As nouns the difference between shives and shive

is that shives is while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

Shive - What does it mean?

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Shive vs Krishana - What's the difference?

shive | krishana |

Shive vs Spile - What's the difference?

shive | spile |


As nouns the difference between shive and spile

is that shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be while spile is a splinter or spile can be a pile; a post or girder.

As a verb spile is

to plug (a hole) with a spile or spile can be to support by means of spiles or spile can be (us|dialect|ambitransitive) spoil.

Shive vs Swive - What's the difference?

shive | swive |


As a noun shive

is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb swive is

to copulate with (a woman).

Shire vs Shive - What's the difference?

shire | shive |


As nouns the difference between shire and shive

is that shire is former administrative area of britain; a county while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb shire

is to (re]])constitute as one or more shires or [[county|counties.

Shie vs Shive - What's the difference?

shie | shive |


As a verb shie

is (to throw).

As a noun shive is

a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

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