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Gobo vs Goto - What's the difference?

gobo | goto |


As a noun gobo

is (film|television) a disc placed between a light and the illuminated object or actor in order to diffuse the glare or gobo can be the taproot of young burdock plants, eaten as a root vegetable.

As a verb goto is

.

Goto vs Gote - What's the difference?

goto | gote |


As verbs the difference between goto and gote

is that goto is while gote is (gjuta).

As a noun gote is

.

Gogo vs Goto - What's the difference?

gogo | goto |


As a noun gogo

is (the lump in the throat).

As a verb goto is

.

Goth vs Goto - What's the difference?

goth | goto |


As a noun goth

is a member of the east germanic tribe, who invaded the roman empire in the 3rd to 5th centuries.

As a verb goto is

.

Goto vs Koto - What's the difference?

goto | koto |


As a verb goto

is .

As a noun koto is

(musical instruments) a japanese stringed instrument having numerous strings, usually seven or thirteen, that are stretched over a convex wooden sounding board and are plucked with three plectra, worn on the thumb, index finger, and middle finger of one hand.

Goto vs Foto - What's the difference?

goto | foto |


As a verb goto

is .

As a noun foto is

photon.

Gots vs Goto - What's the difference?

gots | goto |


As a noun gots

is .

As a verb goto is

.

Roto vs Goto - What's the difference?

roto | goto |


As verbs the difference between roto and goto

is that roto is while goto is .

Got vs Goto - What's the difference?

got | goto |


As a proper noun got

is god.

As a verb goto is

.

Togoto vs Goto - What's the difference?

togoto | goto |


As a verb goto is

.

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