thay

Thay vs Thas - What's the difference?

thay | thas |


As a noun thay

is corpse.

As a verb thas is

.

Thay vs Tray - What's the difference?

thay | tray |


As nouns the difference between thay and tray

is that thay is corpse while tray is (obsolete) trouble; annoyance; anger or tray can be a small, typically rectangular or round, flat, rigid object upon which things are carried.

As a verb tray is

(obsolete) to grieve; annoy or tray can be to place items on a tray or tray can be (obsolete) to betray.

Chay vs Thay - What's the difference?

chay | thay |


As nouns the difference between chay and thay

is that chay is burnt rice d at the bottom of a pot of rice or rice cooker or chay can be a fish of the genus , especially laotian or toli shad while thay is corpse.

As a verb chay

is to burn, to become burnt; to blaze.

Thay vs Tay - What's the difference?

thay | tay |


As a noun thay

is corpse.

As a proper noun tay is

a township in ontario, canada.

Thaa vs Thay - What's the difference?

thaa | thay |


As nouns the difference between thaa and thay

is that thaa is the letter in the arabic script while thay is corpse.

Than vs Thay - What's the difference?

than | thay |


As a proper noun than

is the ninth earthly branch represented by the.

As a noun thay is

corpse.

Thy vs Thay - What's the difference?

thy | thay |


As an initialism thy

is türk hava yolları'', the native name of ''turkish airlines .

As a noun thay is

corpse.

Hay vs Thay - What's the difference?

hay | thay |


As nouns the difference between hay and thay

is that hay is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand while thay is corpse.

As a verb hay

is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.

That vs Thay - What's the difference?

that | thay |


As nouns the difference between that and thay

is that that is while thay is corpse.

Thay vs Corpse - What's the difference?

thay | corpse |


As nouns the difference between thay and corpse

is that thay is corpse while corpse is a dead body.

As a verb corpse is

(intransitive|slang|of an actor) to lose control during a performance and laugh uncontrollably.

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