Purey vs Purvey - What's the difference?

purey | purvey |


As a noun purey

is a marble, of the sort used in playing marbles, that is one solid color through and through.

As a proper noun purvey is

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purey

English

Noun

(s)
  • A marble, of the sort used in playing marbles, that is one solid color through and through.
  • *1957 , , 1991 LB Books edition, page 76,
  • *:... an unclouded blue marble (known to marble shooters, at least in the twenties, as a "purey "),...
  • purvey

    English

    Alternative forms

    * puruey

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • (obsolete) To prepare in advance (for or to do something); to plan, make provision.
  • *:
  • *:A sayd the kynge / syn ye knowe of your aduenture puruey for hit / and put awey by your craftes that mysauenture / Nay said Merlyn it wylle not be / soo he departed from the kynge
  • To furnish or provide.
  • *Spenser
  • *:Give no odds to your foes, but do purvey / Yourself of sword before that bloody day.
  • *2005 , Lesley Brown, trans. (Plato), Sophist , :
  • *:Those who sell their own products are distinguished from purveyors, who purvey what others produce.
  • To procure; to get.
  • *Sir Walter Scott
  • *:I mean to purvey me a wife after the fashion of the children of Benjamin.