curry

Curt vs Curry - What's the difference?

curt | curry |


As proper nouns the difference between curt and curry

is that curt is a short form of the male given name curtis while curry is a family name of irish origin, from.

Curry vs Marsala - What's the difference?

curry | marsala |


As a proper noun curry

is a family name of irish origin, from.

As a noun marsala is

(sauce).

Dahl vs Curry - What's the difference?

dahl | curry |


As proper nouns the difference between dahl and curry

is that dahl is while curry is a family name of irish origin, from.

Curry vs Lamb - What's the difference?

curry | lamb |


As proper nouns the difference between curry and lamb

is that curry is a family name of irish origin, from while lamb is .

Bring vs Curry - What's the difference?

bring | curry |


As a verb bring

is (lb) to transport toward somebody/somewhere.

As an interjection bring

is the sound of a telephone ringing.

As a proper noun curry is

a family name of irish origin, from.

Curry vs Gumbo - What's the difference?

curry | gumbo |


As a proper noun curry

is a family name of irish origin, from.

As a noun gumbo is

(countable) the okra plant or its pods.

Curry vs Ingratiate - What's the difference?

curry | ingratiate |


As a proper noun curry

is a family name of irish origin, from.

As a verb ingratiate is

(reflexive) to bring oneself into favour with someone by flattering or trying to please him or her.

Curry vs Football - What's the difference?

curry | football |


As a proper noun curry

is a family name of irish origin, from.

As a noun football is

the kind of ball used in american football.

Curry vs Wonder - What's the difference?

curry | wonder |


As a proper noun curry

is a family name of irish origin, from.

As a noun wonder is

one of the.

Curry vs Westbrook - What's the difference?

curry | westbrook |


As proper nouns the difference between curry and westbrook

is that curry is a family name of irish origin, from while westbrook is any of a number of places in england and elsewhere.

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