Tyke vs Fyke - What's the difference?

tyke | fyke |


As nouns the difference between tyke and fyke

is that tyke is (uk|informal) a yorkshireman or yorkshirewoman; a yorkshire person while fyke is (fishing) a type of fish-trap consisting of tubular nets]] that are supported by [[hoop|hoops.

As a proper noun tyke

is a dialect, also known as yorkshire, spoken in the county of yorkshire.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

tyke

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (dialectal) A mongrel dog.
  • (slang) A small child, especially a cheeky or mischievous one
  • # (Canadian) An initiation level of sports competition for young children
  • (dated, chiefly, British) A crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement
  • (UK, informal) A person from Yorkshire; a Yorkshireman or Yorkshirewoman
  • (Australian, NZ, informal, derogatory) A Roman Catholic
  • Synonyms

    *(mongrel dog) mongrel, mutt * ankle-biter, nipper, tot

    Anagrams

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    References

    fyke

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (fishing) A type of fish-trap consisting of tubular nets]] that are supported by [[hoop, hoops.
  • Synonyms

    * fyke net, fyke-net