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Berry vs Perry - What's the difference?

berry | perry |


In given name|male|from=surnames terms the difference between berry and perry

is that berry is while perry is derived from the surname, or a pet form of the rare given name peregrine.

As proper nouns the difference between berry and perry

is that berry is or berry can be (rare) while perry is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

Berry vs Barry - What's the difference?

berry | barry |


As a proper noun berry

is or berry can be (rare).

As a noun barry is

(heraldry) a field divided transversely into several equal parts, and consisting of two different tinctures interchangeably disposed.

Berry vs Terry - What's the difference?

berry | terry |


As proper nouns the difference between berry and terry

is that berry is or berry can be (rare) while terry is from the medieval norman given name thierry'', a cognate of the english ''derek .

Berry vs Merry - What's the difference?

berry | merry |


As proper nouns the difference between berry and merry

is that berry is or berry can be (rare) while merry is originally a nickname for a merry person.

Berry vs Ferry - What's the difference?

berry | ferry |


As a proper noun berry

is or berry can be (rare).

As a noun ferry is

a ship used to transport people, smaller vehicles and goods from one port to another, usually on a regular schedule.

As a verb ferry is

to carry; transport; convey.

Currant vs Berry - What's the difference?

currant | berry |


As nouns the difference between currant and berry

is that currant is a small dried grape, usually the Black Corinth grape, rarely more than 4mm diameter when dried while berry is a small fruit, of any one of many varieties.

As a verb berry is

to pick berries.

As a proper noun Berry is

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Gabriella vs Berry - What's the difference?

gabriella | berry |


As proper nouns the difference between gabriella and berry

is that gabriella is from the italian feminine form of gabriel while berry is or berry can be (rare).

Berry vs Pitomba - What's the difference?

berry | pitomba |


As a proper noun berry

is or berry can be (rare).

As a noun pitomba is

talisia esculenta , a south american tree.

Berry vs Oheloberry - What's the difference?

berry | oheloberry |


As a proper noun berry

is or berry can be (rare).

As a noun oheloberry is

the berry of (taxlink), related to the cranberry.

Berry vs Agarita - What's the difference?

berry | agarita |


As a proper noun berry

is or berry can be (rare).

As a noun agarita is

(uncountable) mahonia trifoliolata , a rounded evergreen shrub with high heat tolerance, native to the united states and mexico.

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