choof

Choof vs Coof - What's the difference?

choof | coof |


As nouns the difference between choof and coof

is that choof is (slang) marijuana while coof is (scotland) an idiot, or fool.

Choo vs Choof - What's the difference?

choo | choof |


As nouns the difference between choo and choof

is that choo is (onomatopoeia) the sound of a locomotive whistle while choof is (slang) marijuana.

Choof vs Choon - What's the difference?

choof | choon |


As nouns the difference between choof and choon

is that choof is (slang) marijuana while choon is (british|nonstandard) a song or track, especially one that is catchy.

Choof vs Hoof - What's the difference?

choof | hoof |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between choof and hoof

is that choof is (slang) marijuana while hoof is (slang) the human foot.

As nouns the difference between choof and hoof

is that choof is (slang) marijuana while hoof is the tip of a toe of an ungulate such as a horse, ox or deer, strengthened by a thick keratin covering.

As a verb hoof is

to trample with hooves.

Choof vs Whoof - What's the difference?

choof | whoof |


As nouns the difference between choof and whoof

is that choof is (slang) marijuana while whoof is .

As a verb whoof is

to make a snuffling noise, like a bear or a steam engine.

Chook vs Choof - What's the difference?

chook | choof |


As nouns the difference between chook and choof

is that chook is (australia|new zealand|slang) a hen; a cooked chicken; a chicken dressed for cooking while choof is (slang) marijuana.

Marijuana vs Choof - What's the difference?

marijuana | choof |


As nouns the difference between marijuana and choof

is that marijuana is drug smoked or ingested for euphoric effect, while choof is (slang) marijuana.