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Dook vs Wheek - What's the difference?

dook | wheek |


As verbs the difference between dook and wheek

is that dook is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck while wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

As nouns the difference between dook and wheek

is that dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton while wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig.

Dook vs Dook - What's the difference?

dook | dook |


In of a ferret|lang=en terms the difference between dook and dook

is that dook is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound while dook is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound.

In dialect|lang=en terms the difference between dook and dook

is that dook is (dialect) duck while dook is (dialect) duck.

In uk|_|dialectal|lang=en terms the difference between dook and dook

is that dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton while dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton.

As verbs the difference between dook and dook

is that dook is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck while dook is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck.

As nouns the difference between dook and dook

is that dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton while dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton.

Dook - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Dook - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | dook |


As a verb dook is

(of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck.

As a noun dook is

a strong, untwilled linen or cotton.

Gook vs Dook - What's the difference?

gook | dook |


As nouns the difference between gook and dook

is that gook is (slang|vulgar|pejorative|offensive|ethnic slur) a person from the far east, oceania or southeast asia, in particular a vietnamese, filipino, chinese, korean person or gook can be (informal) grime or mud while dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton.

As a verb dook is

(of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck.

Dook vs Kook - What's the difference?

dook | kook |


As nouns the difference between dook and kook

is that dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton while kook is kitchen.

As a verb dook

is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck.

Mook vs Dook - What's the difference?

mook | dook |


As verbs the difference between mook and dook

is that mook is while dook is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck.

As a noun dook is

a strong, untwilled linen or cotton.

Dood vs Dook - What's the difference?

dood | dook |


As a proper noun dood

is death; the personification of death.

As a verb dook is

(of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck.

As a noun dook is

a strong, untwilled linen or cotton.

Dook vs Doop - What's the difference?

dook | doop |


As nouns the difference between dook and doop

is that dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton while doop is (cup in which diamond is cut).

As a verb dook

is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck.

Dook vs Doot - What's the difference?

dook | doot |


As verbs the difference between dook and doot

is that dook is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck while doot is (chiefly|scotland) doubt.

As a noun dook

is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton.

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