willie

Gillie vs Willie - What's the difference?

gillie | willie |


As a noun gillie

is (originally) male attendant on a scottish highland chief or gillie can be (scotland) a gill of an alcoholic drink.

As a verb gillie

is to be a gillie (a hunting or fishing guide ) for (someone).

As a proper noun willie is

a male given name, diminutive of william.

Wellie vs Willie - What's the difference?

wellie | willie |


As a noun wellie

is .

As a proper noun willie is

a male given name, diminutive of william.

Wille vs Willie - What's the difference?

wille | willie |


As a noun wille

is .

As a verb wille

is .

As a proper noun willie is

a male given name, diminutive of william.

Willie vs Millie - What's the difference?

willie | millie |


As a proper noun willie

is a male given name, diminutive of william.

As a noun millie is

(northern ireland, 19th century, pejorative or affectionate) a mill-worker, usually a young, industrybbc newsline broadcast 27th of may 2010.

Taxonomy vs Willie - What's the difference?

taxonomy | willie |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a proper noun willie is

a male given name, diminutive of william.

Mitchell vs Willie - What's the difference?

mitchell | willie |


As proper nouns the difference between mitchell and willie

is that mitchell is while willie is a male given name, diminutive of william.

Willie vs Bryce - What's the difference?

willie | bryce |


As a proper noun willie

is a male given name, diminutive of william.

As an adjective bryce is

useful, useable, profitable.

Mae vs Willie - What's the difference?

mae | willie |


As a noun willie is

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Wilhelmina vs Willie - What's the difference?

wilhelmina | willie |

Diminutive vs Willie - What's the difference?

diminutive | willie |


As nouns the difference between diminutive and willie

is that diminutive is (grammar) a word form expressing smallness, youth, unimportance, or endearment while willie is .

As a adjective diminutive

is very small.

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