choon

Wikidiffcom vs Choon - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | choon |


As a noun choon is

(british|nonstandard) a song or track, especially one that is catchy.

Choon vs Chron - What's the difference?

choon | chron |


As nouns the difference between choon and chron

is that choon is (british|nonstandard) a song or track, especially one that is catchy while chron is (geology) a period of time between two.

Chon vs Choon - What's the difference?

chon | choon |


As nouns the difference between chon and choon

is that chon is c'arbon]]++[[nitrogen|' n itrogen while choon is (british|nonstandard) a song or track, especially one that is catchy.

Choon vs Coon - What's the difference?

choon | coon |


As nouns the difference between choon and coon

is that choon is (british|nonstandard) a song or track, especially one that is catchy while coon is (informal|chiefly|southern us) a raccoon.

As a verb coon is

(southern us|colloquial) to hunt racoons.

Choonz vs Choon - What's the difference?

choonz | choon |


As nouns the difference between choonz and choon

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

Choo vs Choon - What's the difference?

choo | choon |


As nouns the difference between choo and choon

is that choo is (onomatopoeia) the sound of a locomotive whistle while choon is (british|nonstandard) a song or track, especially one that is catchy.

Croon vs Choon - What's the difference?

croon | choon |


As nouns the difference between croon and choon

is that croon is a soft or sentimental hum or song while choon is (british|nonstandard) a song or track, especially one that is catchy.

As a verb croon

is to hum or sing softly or in a sentimental manner.

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.

Hoon vs Choon - What's the difference?

hoon | choon |


As nouns the difference between hoon and choon

is that hoon is (australia|slang|dated) a pimp or hoon can be (dated) a unit of weight, used to measure opium in british-controlled china while choon is (british|nonstandard) a song or track, especially one that is catchy.

As a verb hoon

is (australia|new zealand|slang) to drive excessively quickly, loudly or irresponsibly.

Shoon vs Choon - What's the difference?

shoon | choon |


As nouns the difference between shoon and choon

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

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