indian

Indian vs Germany - What's the difference?

indian | germany |


As a noun indian

is indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas).

As a proper noun germany is

(geography) the central european state formed by west germany's 1990 absorption of east germany, with its capital in berlin.

Invite vs Indian - What's the difference?

invite | indian |


As a verb invite

is .

As a noun indian is

indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas).

Indian vs Idli - What's the difference?

indian | idli |


As nouns the difference between indian and idli

is that indian is indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas) while idli is a southeast asian cake made from rice and lentils, whose ground mixture is fermented and steamed in a mold.

You vs Indian - What's the difference?

you | indian |


As a noun indian is

indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas).

Continental vs Indian - What's the difference?

continental | indian |


As nouns the difference between continental and indian

is that continental is someone from "the continent" while indian is indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas).

As an adjective continental

is of or relating to a continent or continents.

Indian vs Chicken - What's the difference?

indian | chicken |


As a noun indian

is indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas).

As a proper noun chicken is

a cdp in alaska.

Indian vs Foreigner - What's the difference?

indian | foreigner |


As nouns the difference between indian and foreigner

is that indian is indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas) while foreigner is a person from a foreign country.

Wikidiffcom vs Indian - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | indian |


As a noun indian is

indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas).

Orantal vs Indian - What's the difference?

orantal | indian |


As a noun indian is

indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas).

Railroad vs Indian - What's the difference?

railroad | indian |


As nouns the difference between railroad and indian

is that railroad is a permanent road consisting of fixed metal rails to drive trains or similar motorized vehicles on while indian is indian, american indian (a member of one of the indigenous peoples of the americas).

As a verb railroad

is to transport via railroad.

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