¿Whats the difference between "grey" and "gray"?
if there is a difference
There's an "e" in grey and an "a" in gray.
The spelling between "grey" and "gray" .
Grey is a color and gray is normally a last name.
they're the same.. I guess grey is a British English for gray like color and colour, favorite and favourite... etc hehe
The letter e and a
gray is a color grey is a movie
Different country, different way to spell. America tends to like to be different from the rest of the World when it comes to spelling for some reason. Lol
Grey is the British, Canadian, Australian, Irish, New Zealand and South African spelling, although gray remained in common usage in the UK until the second half of the 20th century. Gray was the preferred American spelling, although grey was an accepted variant. Gray became the preferred spelling in American English around 1825
chuck norris made those words
I never notice that . . . We often have a British version of English words in the English dictionary.
Grey is the British spelling of Gray. Gray can also be a name.
Grey is for British, and gray is for... I guess all the people.
They mean the exact same thing.
The only differance is they way they are spelled, they mean exactly the same thing.
The answer is same but one is American English while other is British English. different countries pronounce and spell it differently.
Nothing. It's just the way that they're spelled.
Grey is the original, European version, and gray is the dull American one.
The spelling, and could you tell them that my game was in the mailbox, only if I'd gotten the mail before I asked...
Why do you do the spanish question mark?
It spelled different... And I can't comment for three hours...:(