verry

Verry - What does it mean?

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Burry vs Verry - What's the difference?

burry | verry |


As adjectives the difference between burry and verry

is that burry is abounding in burs while verry is .

As an adverb verry is

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Verry vs Evry - What's the difference?

verry | evry |

Verry vs Varry - What's the difference?

verry | varry |


As adverbs the difference between verry and varry

is that verry is while varry is .

As an adjective verry

is .

Verry vs Herry - What's the difference?

verry | herry |


As an adjective verry

is .

As an adverb verry

is .

As a verb herry is

(obsolete) to honour, praise or celebrate or herry can be (transitive|obsolete|scotland).

Verry vs Merry - What's the difference?

verry | merry |


As an adjective verry

is .

As an adverb verry

is .

As a proper noun merry is

originally a nickname for a merry person.

Perry vs Verry - What's the difference?

perry | verry |


As a proper noun perry

is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

As an adjective verry is

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As an adverb verry is

.

Verry vs Serry - What's the difference?

verry | serry |


As an adjective verry

is .

As an adverb verry

is .

As a verb serry is

to crowd; to press together.

Terry vs Verry - What's the difference?

terry | verry |


As a proper noun terry

is from the medieval norman given name thierry'', a cognate of the english ''derek .

As an adjective verry is

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As an adverb verry is

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Veery vs Verry - What's the difference?

veery | verry |


As a noun veery

is an american thrush () common in the northern united states and canada.

As an adjective verry is

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As an adverb verry is

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