kismet

Kismet vs Providence - What's the difference?

kismet | providence |


As a proper noun kismet

is a city in kansas.

As a noun providence is

.

Chance vs Kismet - What's the difference?

chance | kismet |


As proper nouns the difference between chance and kismet

is that chance is , an american pet form of chauncey, in modern usage also associated with the word chance while kismet is a city in kansas.

Synchronicity vs Kismet - What's the difference?

synchronicity | kismet |


As a noun synchronicity

is (uncountable) the state of being synchronous or simultaneous.

As a proper noun kismet is

a city in kansas.

Bashert vs Kismet - What's the difference?

bashert | kismet |


As a noun bashert

is one's predestined soulmate.

As an adjective bashert

is preordained, fated.

As a proper noun kismet is

a city in kansas.

Beshert vs Kismet - What's the difference?

beshert | kismet |


As a proper noun kismet is

a city in kansas.

Taxonomy vs Kismet - What's the difference?

taxonomy | kismet |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a proper noun kismet is

a city in kansas.

Serendipitous vs Kismet - What's the difference?

serendipitous | kismet |


As an adjective serendipitous

is by serendipity; by unexpected good fortune.

As a proper noun kismet is

a city in kansas.

Karma vs Kismet - What's the difference?

karma | kismet |


As a noun karma

is karma.

As a proper noun kismet is

a city in kansas.

Lot vs Kismet - What's the difference?

lot | kismet | Synonyms |

Lot is a synonym of kismet.


As nouns the difference between lot and kismet

is that lot is a large quantity or number; a great deal while kismet is fate; a predetermined or unavoidable destiny.

As a verb lot

is (dated) to allot; to sort; to apportion.

Fortune vs Kismet - What's the difference?

fortune | kismet | Synonyms |

Fortune is a synonym of kismet.


As nouns the difference between fortune and kismet

is that fortune is destiny, especially favorable while kismet is fate; a predetermined or unavoidable destiny.

As a verb fortune

is (obsolete|intransitive) to happen, take place.

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