Weely vs Wealy - What's the difference?

weely | wealy |


As a noun weely

is a kind of trap or snare for fish, made of twigs.

As an adjective wealy is

of, pertaining to, possessing, or characterising wealth or weal; well-to-do; affluent; wealthy.

weely

English

Alternative forms

* weel

Noun

(weelies)
  • A kind of trap or snare for fish, made of twigs.
  • (Carew)
    (Webster 1913)

    wealy

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Of, pertaining to, possessing, or characterising wealth or weal; well-to-do; affluent; wealthy.
  • *1913 , The Journeyman Barber, Volumes 9-10:
  • To look at him, some might take Mr. Gardner to be a banker, but he is only a barber; and Nini might be taken for a wealy dude, but he is another — .
  • Indicative of health or well-being; healthy; active; brisk.
  • a nimble, active, or wealy man