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Wikidiffcom vs Hyp - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | hyp |

Wikidiffcom is likely misspelled.


Wikidiffcom has no English definition.

As a noun hyp is

hypnotism; hypnotist.

As a verb hyp is

to make melancholy.

As an initialism HYP is

harvard/Yale/Princeton.

Hyp vs Hye - What's the difference?

hyp | hye |


As an initialism hyp

is harvard/yale/princeton.

As an adjective hye is

.

As a verb hye is

.

Hyp vs Hym - What's the difference?

hyp | hym |


As an initialism hyp

is harvard/yale/princeton.

As a pronoun hym is

.

Hup vs Hyp - What's the difference?

hup | hyp |


As an interjection hup

is the first beat of a 4/4 military cadence, commanding either the lead-off step in a march or some other action.

As an initialism hyp is

harvard/yale/princeton.

Hap vs Hyp - What's the difference?

hap | hyp |


As a noun hap

is pah.

As an initialism hyp is

harvard/yale/princeton.

Hep vs Hyp - What's the difference?

hep | hyp |


As a noun hep

is (obsolete) a hip of a rose; a rosehip.

As an adjective hep

is (dated|us slang) aware, up-to-date.

As an initialism hyp is

harvard/yale/princeton.

Hyp vs Gyp - What's the difference?

hyp | gyp |


As an initialism hyp

is harvard/yale/princeton.

As a noun gyp is

(pejorative|sometimes|offensive) a cheat or swindle; a rip-off or gyp can be a college servant or gyp can be gypsophila or gyp can be pain or discomfort.

As a verb gyp is

(pejorative|sometimes|offensive) to cheat or swindle someone of something inappropriately.

Hip vs Hyp - What's the difference?

hip | hyp |

Hyp is a alternative form of hip.



As nouns the difference between hip and hyp

is that hip is the outward-projecting parts of the pelvis and top of the femur and the overlying tissue while hyp is hypnotism; hypnotist.

As verbs the difference between hip and hyp

is that hip is to use one's hips to bump into someone while hyp is to make melancholy.

As an adjective hip

is aware, informed, up-to-date, trendy.

As an initialism HYP is

harvard/Yale/Princeton.

Hypo vs Hyp - What's the difference?

hypo | hyp |


As nouns the difference between hypo and hyp

is that hypo is melancholy; a fit of ‘hypochondria’; a morbid depression (obsolete by 1881 according to Eric Partridge while hyp is hypnotism; hypnotist.

As a verb hyp is

to make melancholy.

As an initialism HYP is

harvard/Yale/Princeton.

Hop vs Hyp - What's the difference?

hop | hyp |


As an adjective hop

is hollow, sunken.

As an initialism hyp is

harvard/yale/princeton.

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