derby

Stakes vs Derby - What's the difference?

stakes | derby |


As a noun stakes

is .

As a verb stakes

is (stake).

As a proper noun derby is

a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

Oxford vs Derby - What's the difference?

oxford | derby |


As a noun oxford

is (oxford) (cloth).

As a proper noun derby is

a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

Futurity vs Derby - What's the difference?

futurity | derby |


As a noun futurity

is the future.

As a proper noun derby is

a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

Functions vs Derby - What's the difference?

functions | derby |


As a noun functions

is .

As a verb functions

is (function).

As a proper noun derby is

a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

Derby vs Racing - What's the difference?

derby | racing |


As a proper noun derby

is a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

As a noun racing is

the sport of competing in races.

As a verb racing is

.

Steeplechase vs Derby - What's the difference?

steeplechase | derby |


As a noun steeplechase

is (chiefly|british) a horse race, either across open country, or over an obstacle course.

As a proper noun derby is

a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

Derby vs Derby - What's the difference?

derby | derby |


As proper nouns the difference between derby and derby

is that derby is a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire while derby is a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

Derby - What does it mean?

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Derby vs Merby - What's the difference?

derby | merby |


As a proper noun derby

is a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

As a noun merby is

(roller derby) men's roller derby.

Kerby vs Derby - What's the difference?

kerby | derby |


As a noun kerby

is a children's ball game played in the street, the aim being to throw the ball against the opposite kerb and catch it on the rebound.

As a proper noun derby is

a city in the east midlands of england, once the county town of derbyshire.

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