church

Church vs Poo - What's the difference?

church | poo |


As a proper noun church

is .

As a noun poo is

(countable|colloquial|often|childish) excrement; faecal matter.

As a verb poo is

(colloquial|often|childish) to defecate.

As an interjection poo is

(colloquial|euphemistic) expression of displeasure or failure; shit!.

Abby vs Church - What's the difference?

abby | church |


As proper nouns the difference between abby and church

is that abby is , also used as a formal given name while church is .

Church vs Masses - What's the difference?

church | masses |


As a proper noun church

is .

As a noun masses is

.

Heretic vs Church - What's the difference?

heretic | church |


As an adjective heretic

is heretical.

As a proper noun church is

.

Church vs Worship - What's the difference?

church | worship |


As a proper noun church

is .

As a noun worship is

(british) a form of address of a mayor and other dignitaries.

School vs Church - What's the difference?

school | church |


As a noun school

is a group of fish or a group of marine mammals such as porpoises, dolphins, or whales or school can be (us|canada)  an institution dedicated to teaching and learning; an educational institution.

As a verb school

is (of fish) to form into, or travel in a school or school can be to educate, teach, or train (often, but not necessarily, in a school).

As a proper noun church is

.

Citadel vs Church - What's the difference?

citadel | church |


As a noun citadel

is a strong fortress that sits high above a city.

As a proper noun church is

.

Tantrum vs Church - What's the difference?

tantrum | church |


As a noun tantrum

is an often childish display or fit of bad temper.

As a proper noun church is

.

Vicarage vs Church - What's the difference?

vicarage | church |


As a noun vicarage

is (countable) the residence of a vicar.

As a proper noun church is

.

Ministry vs Church - What's the difference?

ministry | church |


As a noun ministry

is government department, at the administrative level normally headed by a minister (or equivalent rank, eg secretary of state), who holds it as portfolio, especially in a constitutional monarchy, but also as a polity.

As a proper noun church is

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