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Brog vs Boog - What's the difference?

brog | boog |


As verbs the difference between brog and boog

is that brog is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce while boog is (label) to dance; to go boogiewooging.

As a noun brog

is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl.

Terms vs Brog - What's the difference?

terms | brog |


As nouns the difference between terms and brog

is that terms is while brog is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl.

As a verb brog is

to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

Brag vs Brog - What's the difference?

brag | brog |


In lang=en terms the difference between brag and brog

is that brag is to boast of while brog is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

As verbs the difference between brag and brog

is that brag is to boast; to talk with excessive pride about what one has, can do, or has done while brog is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

As nouns the difference between brag and brog

is that brag is a boast or boasting; bragging; ostentatious pretence or self-glorification while brog is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl.

As an adjective brag

is first-rate.

As an adverb brag

is (obsolete) proudly; boastfully.

Borg vs Brog - What's the difference?

borg | brog |


As nouns the difference between borg and brog

is that borg is (slang) one who proselytises or assimilates while brog is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl.

As verbs the difference between borg and brog

is that borg is (slang) to assimilate rivals, via corporate acquisition or religious proselytisation while brog is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

Brob vs Brog - What's the difference?

brob | brog |


As nouns the difference between brob and brog

is that brob is a wedge-shaped spike used to secure the end of a timber where it abuts another much used in earlier times in the construction of tunnelled box-timber headings while brog is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl.

As verbs the difference between brob and brog

is that brob is (obsolete) to poke or prick while brog is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

Brog vs Bros - What's the difference?

brog | bros |


As nouns the difference between brog and bros

is that brog is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl while bros is brooch.

As a verb brog

is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

Brog vs Biog - What's the difference?

brog | biog |


As nouns the difference between brog and biog

is that brog is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl while biog is (informal) a biography.

As a verb brog

is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

Bro vs Brog - What's the difference?

bro | brog |


As nouns the difference between bro and brog

is that bro is (slang) brother; a male sibling while brog is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl.

As a verb brog is

to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

Brog vs Trog - What's the difference?

brog | trog |


As a noun brog

is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl.

As a verb brog

is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

As an adjective trog is

inert, slow.

Brog vs Rog - What's the difference?

brog | rog |


As nouns the difference between brog and rog

is that brog is a pointed instrument, such as a joiner's awl while rog is horn.

As a verb brog

is to prod with a pointed instrument, such as a lance; to prick or pierce.

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