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malty

Maty vs Malty - What's the difference?

maty | malty |


As a noun maty

is (archaic) a native house servant in india.

As an adjective malty is

of, pertaining to, containing, or characteristic of malt.

Malty vs Malts - What's the difference?

malty | malts |


As an adjective malty

is of, pertaining to, containing, or characteristic of malt.

As a noun malts is

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Malty vs Malky - What's the difference?

malty | malky |


As an adjective malty

is of, pertaining to, containing, or characteristic of malt.

As a verb malky is

(scotland|slang) to physically assault.

As a noun malky is

(scotland|slang) a beating.

Salty vs Malty - What's the difference?

salty | malty |


As adjectives the difference between salty and malty

is that salty is tasting of salt while malty is of, pertaining to, containing, or characteristic of malt.

Malty vs Doppelbock - What's the difference?

malty | doppelbock |


As an adjective malty

is of, pertaining to, containing, or characteristic of malt.

As a noun doppelbock is

a bavarian speciality beer, deep gold to dark brown, with a large, creamy, persistent head and a strong malty aroma.

Malty vs Maltiness - What's the difference?

malty | maltiness |


As an adjective malty

is of, pertaining to, containing, or characteristic of malt.

As a noun maltiness is

the state or condition of being malty.

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