gook

Taxonomy vs Gook - What's the difference?

taxonomy | gook |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and gook

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while 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.

Gook vs Jap - What's the difference?

gook | jap |


As a noun 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.

As an acronym jap is

jewish american prince/princess.

Gook vs Chin - What's the difference?

gook | chin |


As a noun 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.

As a numeral chin is

nine.

Muck vs Gook - What's the difference?

muck | gook |


As nouns the difference between muck and gook

is that muck is slimy mud while 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.

As a verb muck

is to shovel muck.

Gook vs Zipperhead - What's the difference?

gook | zipperhead | Synonyms |

Gook is a synonym of zipperhead.


As nouns the difference between gook and zipperhead

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 zipperhead is (canada|military slang) a soldier in the or in the armoured crewman military trade or zipperhead can be (us|military slang|derogatory|offensive|ethnic slur) a person of asian descent.

Gook vs Nip - What's the difference?

gook | nip |

Gook is a see also of nip.


As nouns the difference between gook and nip

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 nip is a small quantity of something edible or a potable liquor or nip can be (vulgar) a nipple, usually of a woman or nip can be a playful bite.

As a verb nip is

to catch and enclose or compress tightly between two surfaces, or points which are brought together or closed; to pinch; to close in upon or nip can be to make a quick, short journey or errand; usually roundtrip.

Gook vs Goo - What's the difference?

gook | goo | Synonyms |

Gook is a synonym of goo.


As nouns the difference between gook and goo

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 goo is (uncountable|informal) any semi-solid or liquid substance; especially one that is sticky, gummy or slippery; frequently of vague or unknown composition, or a bodily fluid or goo can be an example of baby talk.

As a verb goo is

to apply goo to something or goo can be to produce baby talk.

Gooky vs Gook - What's the difference?

gooky | gook | Derived terms |

Gooky is a derived term of gook.


As a adjective gooky

is gloppy, gooey.

As a noun 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.

Mud vs Gook - What's the difference?

mud | gook |


As nouns the difference between mud and gook

is that mud is a mixture of water and soil or fine grained sediment while 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.

As a verb mud

is to make muddy, dirty.

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