Dogs vs Platypus - What's the difference?

dogs | platypus |

As a noun dogs

is .

As a verb dogs

is (dog).

As a proper noun platypus is





  • English plurals
  • (slang, US) Feet, from rhyming slang dog's meat .
  • My dogs are tired. Let's get a taxi.
  • a greyhound racing event.
  • I lost money at the dogs last night.
  • (nautical) Fasteners securing a watertight hatch.
  • Derived terms

    * dogs bark * gone to the dogs


  • (dog)
  • Anagrams

    * ---- ==Volapük==


  • platypus


  • An egg-laying, semi-aquatic mammal with a bill resembling that of a duck, that has a mole-like body, a tail resembling that of a beaver, a waterproof pelt, and flat webbed feet — males have poisonous spurs on the inside of the back legs; Ornithorhynchus anatinus
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  • Synonyms

    * duck-billed platypus * duckbill * duckmole * watermole

    Derived terms

    * platypusary * platypussary

    See also

    * echidna * monotreme