Hames vs Hayes - What's the difference?

hames | hayes |


As nouns the difference between hames and hayes

is that hames is (irish|colloquial) a mess while hayes is .

hames

English

Noun

(head)
  • (Irish, colloquial) A mess.
  • You've made a right hames of it, you eejit!
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    hayes

    English

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • Any of a number of places, outside Britain named for persons with the surname.
  • Either of two suburbs of London, one in the borough of Hillingdon and the other in the borough of Bromley.
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