wheek

Caw vs Wheek - What's the difference?

caw | wheek |


As nouns the difference between caw and wheek

is that caw is the harsh cry of a crow while wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig.

As verbs the difference between caw and wheek

is that caw is to make the harsh cry of a crow, rook, or raven while wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

Cluck vs Wheek - What's the difference?

cluck | wheek |


As nouns the difference between cluck and wheek

is that cluck is the sound made by a hen, especially when brooding, or calling her chicks while wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig.

As verbs the difference between cluck and wheek

is that cluck is to make such a sound while wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

Dook vs Wheek - What's the difference?

dook | wheek |


As verbs the difference between dook and wheek

is that dook is (of a ferret) to make a certain clucking sound or dook can be (dialect) duck while wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

As nouns the difference between dook and wheek

is that dook is a strong, untwilled linen or cotton while wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig.

Quack vs Wheek - What's the difference?

quack | wheek |


As nouns the difference between quack and wheek

is that quack is the sound made by a duck or quack can be a fraudulent healer or incompetent professional, especially a doctor of medicine; an impostor who claims to have qualifications to practice medicine while wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig.

As verbs the difference between quack and wheek

is that quack is to make a noise like a duck or quack can be to practice or commit quackery while wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

As an adjective quack

is falsely presented as having medicinal powers.

Wheek vs Ribbit - What's the difference?

wheek | ribbit |


As nouns the difference between wheek and ribbit

is that wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig while ribbit is the sound made by a frog or toad.

As verbs the difference between wheek and ribbit

is that wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound while ribbit is to make the sound of a frog or toad.

As an interjection ribbit is

(onomatopoeia) the sound made by a frog or toad.

Wheek vs Gobble - What's the difference?

wheek | gobble |


As nouns the difference between wheek and gobble

is that wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig while gobble is the sound of a turkey.

As verbs the difference between wheek and gobble

is that wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound while gobble is to make the sound of a turkey.

Wheek vs Moo - What's the difference?

wheek | moo |


As a noun wheek

is the sound made by a guinea pig.

As a verb wheek

is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

As a pronoun moo is

we.

Wheek vs Whinny - What's the difference?

wheek | whinny |


As nouns the difference between wheek and whinny

is that wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig while whinny is a gentle neigh.

As verbs the difference between wheek and whinny

is that wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound while whinny is (transitive|intransitive|of a horse) to make a gentle neigh.

Wheek vs Neigh - What's the difference?

wheek | neigh |


As nouns the difference between wheek and neigh

is that wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig while neigh is the cry of a horse.

As verbs the difference between wheek and neigh

is that wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound while neigh is (of a horse) to make its cry.

Meow vs Wheek - What's the difference?

meow | wheek |


As nouns the difference between meow and wheek

is that meow is the cry of a cat while wheek is the sound made by a guinea pig.

As verbs the difference between meow and wheek

is that meow is of a cat, to make its cry while wheek is (of a guinea pig) to make such a sound.

As an interjection meow

is the cry of a cat.

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