Twyer vs Twoer - What's the difference?

twyer | twoer |


As nouns the difference between twyer and twoer

is that twyer is while twoer is a glass marble in children's games, slightly larger and more valuable than a oner.

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twyer

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • twoer

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A glass marble in children's games, slightly larger and more valuable than a oner.
  • * 1953 , Julian Franklyn, The Cockney: a survey of London life and language
  • As the word implies the glarneys were glass marbles, but no ball out of an old mineral-water bottle was ever dignified by receiving the name, though such balls were not despised possessions, and had the rank of twoers .
  • (UK) A conker that has won two matches.