Cops vs Copsy - What's the difference?

cops | copsy |


As a noun cops

is .

As an adjective copsy is

characterized by copses.

cops

English

Etymology 1

Noun

(head)
  • (slang) ; Police officers.
  • * 1986 , Liam Sternberg (performed by The Bangles), Walk Like an Egyptian
  • All the cops in the donut shops say, "Way-oh-way-oh-way-ooo-aaa-ooo"
  • The police, considered as a group entity.
  • * 1906 ,
  • "Maybe he'll git the cops after you, Jack." "I'll watch out fer dat, Nick, an' you must watch out too," answered Jack Sagger.

    Verb

    (head)
  • (cop)
  • Etymology 2

    Noun

  • (UK, dialect) The connecting crook of a harrow.
  • * 1807 , The complete farmer: or, a general dictionary of husbandry
  • It is almost needless to say, that the true point of draught should be exactly in the centre notch of the cops

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    copsy

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Characterized by copses.
  • Copsy villages.
    Copsy banks.
    (Webster 1913)