Wicky vs Ticky - What's the difference?

wicky | ticky |


As nouns the difference between wicky and ticky

is that wicky is sheep laurel while ticky is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an adjective ticky is

infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina).

As an interjection ticky is

(onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

wicky

English

Noun

(wickies)
  • sheep laurel
  • ticky

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • infested with ticks (The tiny woodland arthropod of the order Acarina.)
  • The ticky cows should be kept well separated to avoid contamination.

    Noun

    (tickies)
  • (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).
  • Can I get another ticky ?

    Interjection

    (en interjection)
  • (onomatopoeia, also tick) Representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.
  • Ticky-ticky-ticky the clock continued regardless of whether anyone listened.

    See also

    * ticky-tacky