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Took vs Dook - What's the difference?

took | dook |


As verbs the difference between took and dook

is that took is (take) 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.

Look vs Dook - What's the difference?

look | dook |


As a proper noun look

is or look can be .

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.

Book vs Dook - What's the difference?

book | dook |


As nouns the difference between book and dook

is that book is book 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.

Cotton vs Dook - What's the difference?

cotton | dook |


As a proper noun cotton

is the name of several settlements around the world or cotton can be .

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.

Linen vs Dook - What's the difference?

linen | dook |


As nouns the difference between linen and dook

is that linen is (lb) thread or cloth made from flax fiber 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.

Duck vs Dook - What's the difference?

duck | dook |


As a proper noun duck

is .

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.

Cluck vs Dook - What's the difference?

cluck | dook |


As nouns the difference between cluck and dook

is that cluck is the sound made by a hen, especially when brooding, or calling her chicks while dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton.

As verbs the difference between cluck and dook

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

Dook vs Crut - What's the difference?

dook | crut |

Dook is a see also of crut.


As nouns the difference between dook and crut

is that dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton while crut is (mining) a cross-measure tunnel or drift or crut can be the rough, shaggy part of oak bark.

As a verb dook

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

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