Coom vs Pees - What's the difference?

coom | pees |


As nouns the difference between coom and pees

is that coom is soot, smut while pees is .

As verbs the difference between coom and pees

is that coom is while pees is (pee).

coom

English

Etymology 1

Noun

(-)
  • soot, smut
  • dust
  • grease
  • Etymology 2

    See (come).

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • * 1838–1839 , , Chapman and Hall (1839), chapter XLII, page 411:
  • “Not a bit,” replied the Yorkshireman, extending his mouth from ear to ear. “There I lay, snoog in schoolmeasther’s bed long efther it was dark, and nobody coom' nigh the pleace. ‘Weel!’ thinks I, ‘he’s got a pretty good start, and if he bean’t whoam by noo, he never will be; so you may '''coom''' as quick as you loike, and foind us reddy’—that is, you know, schoolmeasther might ' coom .”

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    pees

    English

    Noun

    (head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (pee)
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