tony

Tony - What does it mean?

tony | |

Tony vs Michael - What's the difference?

tony | michael |


As an adjective tony

is stylish, high-toned, upscale.

As a noun tony

is (archaic) a simpleton.

As a proper noun michael is

, a variant of michel, popular in the end of the 20th century.

Eric vs Tony - What's the difference?

eric | tony |


As a proper noun eric

is , cognate to eric.

As an adjective tony is

stylish, high-toned, upscale.

As a noun tony is

(archaic) a simpleton.

Tony vs Lee - What's the difference?

tony | lee |


As an adjective tony

is stylish, high-toned, upscale.

As a noun tony

is (archaic) a simpleton.

As a proper noun lee is

for someone who lived near a meadow (the anglo-saxon for meadow being ley or leag).

Cody vs Tony - What's the difference?

cody | tony |


As a proper noun cody

is .

As an adjective tony is

stylish, high-toned, upscale.

As a noun tony is

(archaic) a simpleton.

Mad vs Tony - What's the difference?

mad | tony |


As a pronoun mad

is .

As an adjective tony is

stylish, high-toned, upscale.

As a noun tony is

(archaic) a simpleton.

Rosie vs Tony - What's the difference?

rosie | tony |


As a verb rosie

is .

As an adjective tony is

stylish, high-toned, upscale.

As a noun tony is

(archaic) a simpleton.

Tony vs Tonies - What's the difference?

tony | tonies |


As nouns the difference between tony and tonies

is that tony is (archaic) a simpleton while tonies is .

As an adjective tony

is stylish, high-toned, upscale.

Amanda vs Tony - What's the difference?

amanda | tony |


As an adjective tony is

stylish, high-toned, upscale.

As a noun tony is

(archaic) a simpleton.

Tony vs Kelly - What's the difference?

tony | kelly |


As nouns the difference between tony and kelly

is that tony is (archaic) a simpleton while kelly is a square or hexagonal pipe that is turned in order to rotate the rotary table of a drilling rig.

As an adjective tony

is stylish, high-toned, upscale.

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