Furry vs Gurry - What's the difference?

furry | gurry |


As nouns the difference between furry and gurry

is that furry is an animal character with human characteristics; most commonly refers to such characters created by members of the furry subculture while gurry is (india) a small fort or gurry can be fishing offal.

As an adjective furry

is covered with fur, or with something resembling fur.

furry

English

(wikipedia furry)

Adjective

(er)
  • Covered with fur, or with something resembling fur.
  • (informal) Having both animal and human characteristics; of or related to the furry subculture.
  • Noun

    (furries)
  • An animal character with human characteristics; most commonly refers to such characters created by members of the furry subculture.
  • (slang) A member of the furry fandom or subculture; a furfan.
  • (slang) Someone who roleplays or describes themselves as being a furry character.
  • Coordinate terms

    * (furry fandom senses) scalie, avian

    See also

    * kemonomimi * nahualism * anthropomorphism * zoomorphism

    gurry

    English

    Etymology 1

    (etyl)

    Noun

    (gurries)
  • (India) A small fort.
  • Etymology 2

    Origin unknown.

    Noun

    (-)
  • fishing offal
  • References

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