swire

Swike vs Swire - What's the difference?

swike | swire |


As nouns the difference between swike and swire

is that swike is (dialectal|chiefly|scotland) deceit; treachery while swire is (obsolete) the neck.

As a verb swike

is (transitive|dialectal|or|obsolete) to deceive, cheat; betray.

As an adjective swike

is (dialectal|or|obsolete) deceitful; treacherous.

Swive vs Swire - What's the difference?

swive | swire |


As a verb swive

is to copulate with (a woman).

As a noun swire is

(obsolete) the neck.

Swipe vs Swire - What's the difference?

swipe | swire |


As nouns the difference between swipe and swire

is that swipe is (countable) a quick grab, bat, or other motion with the hand or paw; a sweep while swire is (obsolete) the neck.

As a verb swipe

is to steal or snatch.

Sware vs Swire - What's the difference?

sware | swire |


As a verb sware

is (archaic) (swear).

As a noun swire is

(obsolete) the neck.

Swire vs Shire - What's the difference?

swire | shire |


As nouns the difference between swire and shire

is that swire is (obsolete) the neck while shire is former administrative area of britain; a county.

As a verb shire is

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

Spire vs Swire - What's the difference?

spire | swire |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between spire and swire

is that spire is (obsolete) to breathe while swire is (obsolete) the neck.

As nouns the difference between spire and swire

is that spire is or spire can be one of the sinuous foldings of a serpent or other reptile; a coil while swire is (obsolete) the neck.

As a verb spire

is of a seed, plant etc: to sprout, to send forth the early shoots of growth; to germinate or spire can be (obsolete) to breathe.

Swine vs Swire - What's the difference?

swine | swire |


As nouns the difference between swine and swire

is that swine is any of various omnivorous, even-toed ungulates of the family suidae while swire is (obsolete) the neck.

Sire vs Swire - What's the difference?

sire | swire |


As a proper noun sire

is .

As a noun swire is

(obsolete) the neck.

Swirl vs Swire - What's the difference?

swirl | swire |


As nouns the difference between swirl and swire

is that swirl is a whirling eddy while swire is (obsolete) the neck.

As a verb swirl

is (ambitransitive) to twist or whirl, as an eddy.

Swire vs Twire - What's the difference?

swire | twire |


As nouns the difference between swire and twire

is that swire is (obsolete) the neck while twire is a sly glance; a leer or twire can be a twisted filament; a thread.

As a verb twire is

to glance shyly or slyly; look askance; make eyes; leer; peer; pry or twire can be to twist; twirl.

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