Hooded vs Hooved - What's the difference?

hooded | hooved |


As adjectives the difference between hooded and hooved

is that hooded is wearing a hood while hooved is (uk).

As a verb hooded

is (hood).

hooded

English

Adjective

(head)
  • wearing a hood
  • covered with a hood
  • shaped like a hood
  • (of an animal) having a crest or similar elastic skin in the neck area
  • (of clothing) fitted with a hood
  • A hooded anorak.

    Derived terms

    * hooded crane * hooded crow * hooded grebe * hooded gull * hooded justice * hooded merganser * hooded oriole * hooded pitohui * hooded seal * hooded sheldrake * hooded snake * hooded spirits * hooded sweatshirt * hooded tickspider * hooded tops * hooded vulture * hooded warbler * hooded wheatear

    Verb

    (head)
  • (hood)
  • hooved

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • (UK)