teugh

Teugh vs Yeugh - What's the difference?

teugh | yeugh |


As an adjective teugh

is (northumbria, scotland) tough, stubborn.

As a noun yeugh is

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As an interjection yeugh is

an exclamation of disgust; yech, yuck, ew.

Teugh vs Eugh - What's the difference?

teugh | eugh |


As an adjective teugh

is (northumbria, scotland) tough, stubborn.

As a noun eugh is

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Teugh vs Heugh - What's the difference?

teugh | heugh |


As an adjective teugh

is (northumbria, scotland) tough, stubborn.

As a noun heugh is

(scotland) a steep crag or cliff, especially one with overhanging sides.

Teughly vs Teugh - What's the difference?

teughly | teugh | Related terms |

Teughly is a related term of teugh.


As an adjective teugh is

(northumbria, scotland) tough, stubborn.

Teuch vs Teugh - What's the difference?

teuch | teugh | Related terms |

Teuch is a related term of teugh.


As an adjective teugh is

(northumbria, scotland) tough, stubborn.

Stubborn vs Teugh - What's the difference?

stubborn | teugh |


As adjectives the difference between stubborn and teugh

is that stubborn is refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting while teugh is (northumbria, scotland) tough, stubborn.

Tough vs Teugh - What's the difference?

tough | teugh |


As adjectives the difference between tough and teugh

is that tough is strong and resilient; sturdy while teugh is (northumbria, scotland) tough, stubborn.

As an interjection tough

is (slang) (used to indicate lack of sympathy).

As a noun tough

is a person who obtains things by force; a thug or bully.

As a verb tough

is to endure.