jank

Lank vs Jank - What's the difference?

lank | jank |


As nouns the difference between lank and jank

is that lank is a link (connection) while jank is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations.

As an adjective jank is

janky.

Junk vs Jank - What's the difference?

junk | jank |


As nouns the difference between junk and jank

is that junk is discarded or waste material; rubbish, trash or junk can be (nautical) a chinese sailing vessel while jank is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations.

As a verb junk

is to throw away.

As an adjective jank is

janky.

Jank vs Yank - What's the difference?

jank | yank |


As nouns the difference between jank and yank

is that jank is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations while yank is (us) a yankee, a northerner: someone from the northern united states, especially from new england.

As an adjective jank

is janky.

Gank vs Jank - What's the difference?

gank | jank |


As nouns the difference between gank and jank

is that gank is hallway, corridor while jank is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations.

As an adjective jank is

janky.

Jank vs Sank - What's the difference?

jank | sank |


As nouns the difference between jank and sank

is that jank is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations while sank is bar (counter).

As an adjective jank

is janky.

Jank vs Mank - What's the difference?

jank | mank |


As nouns the difference between jank and mank

is that jank is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations while mank is something that is disgusting or manky.

As adjectives the difference between jank and mank

is that jank is janky while mank is disgusting, repulsive.

As a verb mank is

(obsolete) to mutilate.

Jank vs Jane - What's the difference?

jank | jane |


As a noun jank

is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations.

As an adjective jank

is janky.

As a verb jane is

.

Jank vs Jark - What's the difference?

jank | jark |


As nouns the difference between jank and jark

is that jank is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations while jark is a seal (stamp or impression of a stamp ).

As an adjective jank

is janky.

As a verb jark is

(slang|military|british) to modify (weaponry) to disadvantage; especially, to attach and use a tracking device to covertly monitor its location or jark can be .

Jank vs Fank - What's the difference?

jank | fank |


As nouns the difference between jank and fank

is that jank is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations while fank is a pen for enclosing sheep.

As an adjective jank

is janky.

Jan vs Jank - What's the difference?

jan | jank |


As a proper noun jan

is , cognate to john.

As a noun jank is

(computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations.

As an adjective jank is

janky.

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