Durty vs Dusty - What's the difference?

durty | dusty |


As adjectives the difference between durty and dusty

is that durty is an archaic spelling of lang=en while dusty is covered with dust.

As a proper noun Dusty is

a given name, diminutive of Dustin.

durty

English

Adjective

  • * 1662 , , Book II, A Collection of Several Philosophical Writings of Dr. Henry More, p. 49:
  • "For men in stead of those magnificent Buildings which are seen in the world, could have had no better kind of dwellings then a bigger sort of Bee-hives or Birds-nests, made of contemptible sticks, and straws, and durty morter."

    dusty

    English

    Adjective

    (er)
  • Covered with dust.
  • powdery and resembling dust
  • gray/grey in parts
  • Derived terms

    * dusty miller

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