lamer

Lamer vs Nutjob - What's the difference?

lamer | nutjob |


As nouns the difference between lamer and nutjob

is that lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence while nutjob is .

As an adjective lamer

is (lame).

Newbie vs Lamer - What's the difference?

newbie | lamer |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between newbie and lamer

is that newbie is (slang) a newcomer, someone new to something while lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence.

As nouns the difference between newbie and lamer

is that newbie is (slang) a newcomer, someone new to something while lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence.

As an adjective lamer is

(lame).

Lamer vs Lamper - What's the difference?

lamer | lamper |


As nouns the difference between lamer and lamper

is that lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence while lamper is one who takes part in lamping, or hunting with bright lights or lamper can be (dialect) a lamprey.

As an adjective lamer

is (lame).

Lame vs Lamer - What's the difference?

lame | lamer |


As nouns the difference between lame and lamer

is that lame is sea while lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence.

As an adjective lamer is

(lame).

Lamer vs Laxer - What's the difference?

lamer | laxer |


As adjectives the difference between lamer and laxer

is that lamer is (lame) while laxer is (lax).

As nouns the difference between lamer and laxer

is that lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence while laxer is (informal) lacrosse player.

Lamer vs Lamen - What's the difference?

lamer | lamen |


As nouns the difference between lamer and lamen

is that lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence while lamen is (ramen).

As an adjective lamer

is (lame).

Blamer vs Lamer - What's the difference?

blamer | lamer |


As a verb blamer

is to blame.

As an adjective lamer is

(lame).

As a noun lamer is

(slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence.

Lamer vs Flamer - What's the difference?

lamer | flamer |


As nouns the difference between lamer and flamer

is that lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence while flamer is (colloquial|often|pejorative) a very flamboyant ("flaming" ), effeminate gay male.

As an adjective lamer

is (lame).

Limer vs Lamer - What's the difference?

limer | lamer |


As nouns the difference between limer and lamer

is that limer is (obsolete) a kind of dog kept on a lead; a bloodhound; a mongrel or limer can be someone who limes; someone who uses bird-lime or who limewashes or limer can be (west indies) someone who hangs around the streets; someone hanging out while lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence.

As an adjective lamer is

(lame).

Lamer vs Lager - What's the difference?

lamer | lager |


As nouns the difference between lamer and lager

is that lamer is (slang) a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence while lager is a (sleeping) quarter, a camp.

As an adjective lamer

is (lame).

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