trots

Trot vs Trots - What's the difference?

trot | trots |


As nouns the difference between trot and trots

is that trot is (archaic|disparaging) an ugly old woman, a hag“[http://booksgooglecomau/books?id=_m7k1oi-cakc&pg=pa209&dq=%22trot%22%7c%22trots%22+-intitle:%22%22+-inauthor:%22%22&hl=en&sa=x&ei=meibumxvfunrmawo4ohwdq&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=%22trot%22%7c%22trots%22%20-intitle%3a%22%22%20-inauthor%3a%22%22&f=false trot]”, entry in 2008 , anatolij simonovič liberman, an analytic dictionary of english etymology: an introduction , page 208 while trots is .

As verbs the difference between trot and trots

is that trot is to walk rapidly while trots is (trot).

Trots vs Runs - What's the difference?

trots | runs | Synonyms |

Trots is a synonym of runs.


As nouns the difference between trots and runs

is that trots is while runs is .

As verbs the difference between trots and runs

is that trots is (trot) while runs is (run).

Trots vs Diarrhea - What's the difference?

trots | diarrhea |

Trots is a synonym of diarrhea.


As nouns the difference between trots and diarrhea

is that trots is (trot) while diarrhea is (chiefly|north america) a condition in which the sufferer has frequent and watery bowel movements.

As a verb trots

is (trot).

Pages