bungalow

Bungalow vs Mansionette - What's the difference?

bungalow | mansionette |


As nouns the difference between bungalow and mansionette

is that bungalow is bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) while mansionette is (us) a large and somewhat luxurious house.

Estate vs Bungalow - What's the difference?

estate | bungalow |


As nouns the difference between estate and bungalow

is that estate is while bungalow is bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) .

Bungalow vs Ranchhouse - What's the difference?

bungalow | ranchhouse |


As nouns the difference between bungalow and ranchhouse

is that bungalow is bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) while ranchhouse is a house on a ranch.

Bungalow vs Manson - What's the difference?

bungalow | manson |


As a noun bungalow

is bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) .

As a proper noun manson is

.

Bungalow vs Rancher - What's the difference?

bungalow | rancher |


As nouns the difference between bungalow and rancher

is that bungalow is bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) while rancher is a person who operates a ranch.

Aranchstylehome vs Bungalow - What's the difference?

aranchstylehome | bungalow |


As a noun bungalow is

bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) .

Bach vs Bungalow - What's the difference?

bach | bungalow | Related terms |

Bach is a related term of bungalow.


As a proper noun bach

is of english-speakers.

As a noun bungalow is

bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) .

Wikidiffcom vs Bungalow - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | bungalow |


As a noun bungalow is

bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) .

Capecodhome vs Bungalow - What's the difference?

capecodhome | bungalow |


As a noun bungalow is

bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) .

Crib vs Bungalow - What's the difference?

crib | bungalow | Related terms |

Crib is a related term of bungalow.


As nouns the difference between crib and bungalow

is that crib is (us) a baby’s bed (british and australasian cot) with high, often slatted, often moveable sides, suitable for a child who has outgrown a cradle or bassinet while bungalow is bungalow (in german mainly used for bungalows with a flat roof) .

As a verb crib

is to place or confine in a crib.

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