Dows vs Dogs - What's the difference?
As a proper noun dows
is a city in iowa.
As a noun dogs is
As a verb dogs is
(etyl) dugan'', from (etyl) . Cognate with Dutch ''deugen'', German ''taugen'', Swedish ''duga .
(obsolete) To be worth.
(obsolete) To be of use, have value.
To have the strength for, to be able to.
To thrive, prosper.
From (etyl) douer'', from (etyl) ''dotare .
To furnish with a dower; to endow.
(slang, US) Feet, from rhyming slang dog's meat .
a greyhound racing event.
- My dogs are tired. Let's get a taxi.
(nautical) Fasteners securing a watertight hatch.
- I lost money at the dogs last night.
* dogs bark
* gone to the dogs