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Wis vs Wisp - What's the difference?

wis | wisp |


As verbs the difference between wis and wisp

is that wis is (obsolete|or|archaic) to know while wisp is to brush or dress, as with a wisp.

As an adverb wis

is (rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis

is (rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certain.

As a noun wisp is

a small bundle, as of straw or other like substance; any slender, flexible structure or group.

Wits vs Wis - What's the difference?

wits | wis |


As a noun wits

is .

As an adverb wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certain.

As a verb wis is

(obsolete|or|archaic) to know.

Vis vs Wis - What's the difference?

vis | wis |


As a noun vis

is force; power.

As an adverb wis is

certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis is

certain.

As a verb wis is

to know.

Wins vs Wis - What's the difference?

wins | wis |


As verbs the difference between wins and wis

is that wins is (win) while wis is (obsolete|or|archaic) to know.

As a noun wins

is .

As an adverb wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certain.

Wit vs Wis - What's the difference?

wit | wis |


As an adverb wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certain.

As a verb wis is

(obsolete|or|archaic) to know.

Dis vs Wis - What's the difference?

dis | wis |


As a numeral dis

is ten.

As an adverb wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certain.

As a verb wis is

(obsolete|or|archaic) to know.

Pis vs Wis - What's the difference?

pis | wis |


As adjectives the difference between pis and wis

is that pis is dirty while wis is certain.

As a noun pis

is plural of lang=en.

As an adverb wis is

certainly, surely.

As a verb wis is

to know.

Was vs Wis - What's the difference?

was | wis |


As a determiner was

is your (plural and polite).

As an adverb wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certain.

As a verb wis is

(obsolete|or|archaic) to know.

His vs Wis - What's the difference?

his | wis |


As a noun his

is b sharp.

As an adverb wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certain.

As a verb wis is

(obsolete|or|archaic) to know.

Win vs Wis - What's the difference?

win | wis |


As verbs the difference between win and wis

is that win is to conquer, defeat while wis is (obsolete|or|archaic) to know.

As a noun win

is pleasure; joy; delight or win can be gain; profit; income.

As an adverb wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certainly, surely.

As an adjective wis is

(rare|obsolete|or|dialectal) certain.

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