drake

Drake vs Gander - What's the difference?

drake | gander |


As proper nouns the difference between drake and gander

is that drake is , notably of (1540-1596) while gander is .

Dragoon vs Drake - What's the difference?

dragoon | drake |


As a noun dragoon

is (lb) a horse soldier; a cavalryman, who uses a horse for mobility, but fights dismounted.

As a verb dragoon

is to force someone into doing something; to coerce.

As a proper noun drake is

, notably of (1540-1596).

Dangle vs Drake - What's the difference?

dangle | drake |


As a verb dangle

is to hang loosely with the ability to swing.

As a noun dangle

is an agent of one intelligence agency or group who pretends to be interested in defecting or turning to another intelligence agency or group.

As a proper noun drake is

, notably of (1540-1596).

Drake vs Cat - What's the difference?

drake | cat |


As a proper noun drake

is , notably of (1540-1596).

As an adverb cat is

how much.

As an adjective cat is

how much.

Cake vs Drake - What's the difference?

cake | drake |


As a noun cake

is a rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar and eggs and baked in an oven, and often covered in icing.

As a verb cake

is coat (something) with a crust of solid material or cake can be (uk|dialect|obsolete|intransitive) to cackle like a goose.

As a proper noun drake is

, notably of (1540-1596).

Meghan vs Drake - What's the difference?

meghan | drake |


As proper nouns the difference between meghan and drake

is that meghan is , a pseudo-irish spelling of the welsh megan while drake is , notably of (1540-1596).

Drake vs Jake - What's the difference?

drake | jake |


As a proper noun drake

is , notably of (1540-1596).

As a noun jake is

collar.

As an interjection jake is

come.

Drake vs Josh - What's the difference?

drake | josh |


As a proper noun drake

is , notably of (1540-1596).

As a noun josh is

good natured banter.

As a verb josh is

to tease someone in a kindly fashion.

Drake vs Wyrm - What's the difference?

drake | wyrm |


As a proper noun drake

is , notably of (1540-1596).

As a noun wyrm is

(poetic) dragon, particularly one without legs or wings.

Drake vs Drawe - What's the difference?

drake | drawe |


As a proper noun drake

is , notably of (1540-1596).

As a verb drawe is

.

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