Assy vs Gassy - What's the difference?

assy | gassy |


As adjectives the difference between assy and gassy

is that assy is (vulgar) characteristic of or like an ass or asshole or assy can be like or resembling an ass; asinine while gassy is of a beverage, containing dissolved gas (usually carbon dioxide).

As a noun assy

is .

assy

English

Etymology 1

From .

Adjective

(en-adj)
  • (vulgar) Characteristic of or like an ass or asshole.
  • *2009 , Jincy Willett, The Writing Class :
  • Maybe "the assiest asshat in assville" wasn't as minty fresh as all that.

    Etymology 2

    From .

    Adjective

    (en-adj)
  • Like or resembling an ass; asinine.
  • *2009 , Mary Hogan, Pretty Face :
  • I am the assiest of all asses. I bray in my sleep.

    Etymology 3

    Short for assembly.

    Noun

  • * 1984 , Dan Poynter, The parachute manual: a technical treatise on aerodynamic decelerators (page 172)
  • A manually operated 28' seat assy with a white C-8 canopy.

    gassy

    English

    Adjective

    (er)
  • Of a beverage, containing dissolved gas (usually carbon dioxide).
  • Flatulent.
  • Synonyms

    * (of a beverage, containing gas ): fizzy