wicky

Wicky vs Bicky - What's the difference?

wicky | bicky |


As nouns the difference between wicky and bicky

is that wicky is sheep laurel while bicky is (slang) biscuit.

Wick vs Wicky - What's the difference?

wick | wicky |


As nouns the difference between wick and wicky

is that wick is a bundle, twist, braid, or woven strip of cord, fabric, fibre/fiber, or other porous material in a candle, oil lamp, kerosene heater, or the like, that draws up liquid fuel, such as melted tallow, wax, or the oil, delivering it to the base of the flame for conversion to gases and burning; any other length of material burned for illumination in small successive portions or wick can be (british|dialect|chiefly|east anglia|and|essex) a farm, especially a dairy farm or wick can be (british|dialect|chiefly|yorkshire) liveliness; life or wick can be a corner of the mouth or eye while wicky is sheep laurel.

As a verb wick

is to convey or draw off (liquid) by capillary action.

As an adjective wick

is (british|dialect|chiefly|yorkshire) alive; lively; full of life; active; bustling; nimble; quick.

Winky vs Wicky - What's the difference?

winky | wicky |


As nouns the difference between winky and wicky

is that winky is (slang) the penis while wicky is sheep laurel.

As an adjective winky

is tending to wink; winking.

Icky vs Wicky - What's the difference?

icky | wicky |


As an adjective icky

is (informal) unpleasantly sticky; yucky; disgusting.

As a noun wicky is

sheep laurel.

Wicke vs Wicky - What's the difference?

wicke | wicky |


As an adjective wicke

is .

As a noun wicky is

sheep laurel.

Sicky vs Wicky - What's the difference?

sicky | wicky |


As an adjective sicky

is (informal) sick; vomiting.

As a noun wicky is

sheep laurel.

Wicks vs Wicky - What's the difference?

wicks | wicky |


As nouns the difference between wicks and wicky

is that wicks is while wicky is sheep laurel.

As a verb wicks

is (wick).

Wicky vs Ticky - What's the difference?

wicky | ticky |


As nouns the difference between wicky and ticky

is that wicky is sheep laurel while ticky is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an adjective ticky is

infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina).

As an interjection ticky is

(onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Dicky vs Wicky - What's the difference?

dicky | wicky |


As nouns the difference between dicky and wicky

is that dicky is while wicky is sheep laurel.

As an adjective dicky

is .

Wicky vs Kicky - What's the difference?

wicky | kicky |


As a noun wicky

is sheep laurel.

As an adjective kicky is

lively, exciting, thrilling.

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