antigua

Antigua vs Antroba - What's the difference?

antigua | antroba |


As a proper noun antigua

is the largest island of the nation of antigua and barbuda, in the caribbean.

As a noun antroba is

a crushed eggplant dish eaten, often with salt fish, in the caribbean island nation of antigua.

Antigua vs Barbuda - What's the difference?

antigua | barbuda |


As adjectives the difference between antigua and barbuda

is that antigua is while barbuda is .

As a verb antigua

is .

Antigua vs Ducana - What's the difference?

antigua | ducana |


As an adjective antigua

is .

As a verb antigua

is .

As a noun ducana is

an antiguan dish made using sweet potatoes, white flour, sugar, vanilla essence, grated coconut and sometime raisins, blended and wrapped in large grape leaves or aluminum foil and boiled, often served with salted fish in tomato sauce.

Caribbean vs Antigua - What's the difference?

caribbean | antigua |

Island vs Antigua - What's the difference?

island | antigua |


As verbs the difference between island and antigua

is that island is to surround with water; make into an island while antigua is .

As a noun island

is a contiguous area of land, smaller than a continent, totally surrounded by water.

As an adjective antigua is

.

What is the difference between antigua and antiguan?

antigua | antiguan |


As a adjective antigua

is .

As a verb antigua

is .

As a noun antiguan is

antiguan (person).