dervish

Dervish vs Drive - What's the difference?

dervish | drive |


As a noun dervish

is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning.

As a verb drive is

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Dervish vs Faqir - What's the difference?

dervish | faqir |


As nouns the difference between dervish and faqir

is that dervish is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning while faqir is (islam) a religious mendicant who owns no personal property.

Dervish vs Fakir - What's the difference?

dervish | fakir |


As nouns the difference between dervish and fakir

is that dervish is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning while fakir is fakir.

Dervish - What does it mean?

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Dervish vs Dervise - What's the difference?

dervish | dervise |


As nouns the difference between dervish and dervise

is that dervish is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning while dervise is .

Dervish vs Nervish - What's the difference?

dervish | nervish |


As a noun dervish

is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning.

As an adjective nervish is

nervous; anxious.

Dervish vs Qalandar - What's the difference?

dervish | qalandar |


As nouns the difference between dervish and qalandar

is that dervish is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning while qalandar is a wandering ascetic sufi dervish.

Dervish vs Tekke - What's the difference?

dervish | tekke |


As nouns the difference between dervish and tekke

is that dervish is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning while tekke is a dervish or sufi lodge or place of worship.

Dervish vs Calender - What's the difference?

dervish | calender |


As nouns the difference between dervish and calender

is that dervish is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning while calender is or calender can be one of a wandering, mendicant sufic order of fantastically dressed or painted dervishes, founded in the 13th century by an arab named yusuf.

As a verb calender is

to press between rollers for the purpose of making smooth and glossy, or wavy, as woolen and silk stuffs, linens, paper etc, as in the homonymous machine.

Spin vs Dervish - What's the difference?

spin | dervish |


As nouns the difference between spin and dervish

is that spin is circular motion while dervish is a member of dervish fraternity of sufism, known for spinning.

As a verb spin

is (ergative) to rotate, revolve, gyrate (usually quickly); to partially or completely rotate to face another direction.

As a adjective spin

is (cricket) describing a spin bowler, or his style of bowling.

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