gome

Residence vs Gome - What's the difference?

residence | gome |


As nouns the difference between residence and gome

is that residence is residence (place where one resides) while gome is or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm.

House vs Gome - What's the difference?

house | gome |


As a proper noun house

is (us) the house of representatives, "the house".

As a noun gome is

or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm.

Gome vs Gnome - What's the difference?

gome | gnome |


As a noun gome

is or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm.

As a proper noun gnome is

an open source, free software computer desktop environment for unix operating systems.

Gome vs Gove - What's the difference?

gome | gove |


As nouns the difference between gome and gove

is that gome is or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm while gove is (obsolete) a mow; a rick for hay.

As a verb gove is

to stare stupidly.

Gom vs Gome - What's the difference?

gom | gome |


As nouns the difference between gom and gome

is that gom is eraser while gome is or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm.

Goms vs Gome - What's the difference?

goms | gome |


As a verb goms

is .

As a noun gome is

or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm.

Gome vs Gote - What's the difference?

gome | gote |


As nouns the difference between gome and gote

is that gome is or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm while gote is .

As a verb gote is

(gjuta).

Dome vs Gome - What's the difference?

dome | gome |


As nouns the difference between dome and gome

is that dome is while gome is or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm.

Gome vs Zome - What's the difference?

gome | zome |


As nouns the difference between gome and zome

is that gome is or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm while zome is a building with unusual geometry.

Gome vs Pome - What's the difference?

gome | pome |


As nouns the difference between gome and pome

is that gome is or gome can be (uk|dialect) axle grease; gorm while pome is a type of fruit in which the often edible flesh arises from the swollen base of the flower and not from the carpels.

As a verb pome is

(obsolete|intransitive) to grow to a head, or form a head in growing.

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