Shoots vs Shotts - What's the difference?

shoots | shotts |


As nouns the difference between shoots and shotts

is that shoots is while shotts is .

As a verb shoots

is (shoot).

As an adjective shoots

is (hawaii|slang) alright; ok; of coursehunter travel guides: adventure guide kauai , by heather mcdaniel, hunter publishing, inc, 2007, page 40.

As an interjection shoots

is (hawaii|slang) goodbye.

shoots

English

Noun

(head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (shoot)
  • Adjective

    (-)
  • (Hawaii, slang) Alright; ok; of course.Hunter Travel Guides: Adventure Guide Kauai , by Heather McDaniel, Hunter Publishing, Inc., 2007, page 40.
  • * 2006 , Steen Marcussen, 2000 Carats , page 410:
  • Johannis and Marcella took a yellow cab downtown and asked the driver to stop in front of First National City Bank.
    —“Shoots !”—he answered.
    Marcella looked at Johannis with question marks in the eyes.
    Ok! It means ok Marcella.

    Interjection

    (en interjection)
  • (Hawaii, slang) Goodbye.
  • * 2010 , David Heaukulani, The Reficul Parallax: Godsquad Genesis , page 112:
  • The concierge began talking on the phone in the local pidgin. “Eh, anikala Moki, diz Rodney at work, howzit? I get one winnah for you today. Diz guys like go Miloli?i … no kidding uncle, four po?e ipukea kane, come now. Shoots .”

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    shotts

    English

    Noun

    (head)