swayer

Swayer vs Slayer - What's the difference?

swayer | slayer |


As nouns the difference between swayer and slayer

is that swayer is one who or that which sways something while slayer is one who slays; a killer; a murderer; a destroyer of life.

Swayer vs Stayer - What's the difference?

swayer | stayer |


As nouns the difference between swayer and stayer

is that swayer is one who or that which sways something while stayer is one who, or that which, upholds or supports; a prop.

Sayer vs Swayer - What's the difference?

sayer | swayer |


As a proper noun sayer

is common in sussex.

As a noun swayer is

one who or that which sways something.

Swayer vs Swayed - What's the difference?

swayer | swayed |


As a noun swayer

is one who or that which sways something.

As a verb swayed is

(sway).

As an adjective swayed is

bent backwards, as in swayback.

Swayer vs Sawyer - What's the difference?

swayer | sawyer |


As a noun swayer

is one who or that which sways something.

As a proper noun sawyer is

for someone who made a living from sawing wood.