Fidge vs Fedge - What's the difference?

fidge | fedge |


As nouns the difference between fidge and fedge

is that fidge is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) a shake; fiddle or similar agitation while fedge is a fence made up of living plants, especially willow, thus somewhat resembling a hedge.

As a verb fidge

is (obsolete|dialectal|scotland) to fidget; jostle or shake.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

fidge

English

Verb

  • (obsolete, dialectal, Scotland) To fidget; jostle or shake.
  • *1883 , (Robert Louis Stevenson), (Treasure Island)
  • "Look, Jim, how my fingers fidges ," he continued in the pleading tone. "I can't keep 'em still, not I. I haven't had a drop this blessed day. That doctor's a fool, I tell you. If I don't have a dram o' rum, Jim, I'll have the horrors..."

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (obsolete, dialectal, Scotland) A shake; fiddle or similar agitation.
  • fedge

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A fence made up of living plants, especially willow, thus somewhat resembling a hedge.
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