chook

Chook vs Shook - What's the difference?

chook | shook |


As nouns the difference between chook and shook

is that chook is (australia|new zealand|slang) a hen; a cooked chicken; a chicken dressed for cooking while shook is a set of pieces for making a cask or box, usually wood.

As a verb shook is

to pack (staves, etc) in a shook.

What is the difference between chookyard and chook?

chookyard | chook | Derived terms |

Chookyard is a derived term of chook.

What is the difference between chookhouse and chook?

chookhouse | chook | Derived terms |

Chookhouse is a derived term of chook.

What is the difference between fool and chook?

fool | chook |


As nouns the difference between fool and chook

is that fool is (pejorative) a person with poor judgment or little intelligence while chook is (australia|new zealand|slang) a hen; a cooked chicken; a chicken dressed for cooking.

As a verb fool

is to trick; to make a fool of someone.

What is the difference between chicken and chook?

chicken | chook | Synonyms |

Chook is a synonym of chicken.


As nouns the difference between chicken and chook

is that chicken is (countable) a domestic fowl, gallus gallus , especially when young while chook is (australia|new zealand|slang) a hen; a cooked chicken; a chicken dressed for cooking.

As a adjective chicken

is cowardly.

As a verb chicken

is to avoid as a result of fear.

What is the difference between hen and chook?

hen | chook |


As nouns the difference between hen and chook

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

As a adverb hen

is (dialectal) hence.

As a verb hen

is (dialectal) to throw.

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