lap

App vs Lap - What's the difference?

app | lap |


As an initialism app

is actinobacllus pleuropneumoniae.

As a noun lap is

laplander.

Draw vs Lap - What's the difference?

draw | lap |


As nouns the difference between draw and lap

is that draw is the result of a contest in which neither side has won; a tie while lap is laplander.

As a verb draw

is (lb) to move or develop something .

Lap vs Groin - What's the difference?

lap | groin |


As nouns the difference between lap and groin

is that lap is laplander while groin is the crease or depression of the human body at the junction of the trunk and the thigh, together with the surrounding region.

As a verb groin is

to deliver a blow to the genitals or groin can be to grunt; to growl; to snarl; to murmur.

Lap vs Slurp - What's the difference?

lap | slurp |


As nouns the difference between lap and slurp

is that lap is laplander while slurp is a loud sucking noise made in eating or drinking.

As a verb slurp is

to eat or drink noisily.

Lap vs Hem - What's the difference?

lap | hem |


As nouns the difference between lap and hem

is that lap is laplander while hem is an utterance or sound of the voice like "hem", often indicative of hesitation or doubt, sometimes used to call attention or hem can be (sewing) the border of an article of clothing doubled back and stitched together to finish the edge and prevent it from fraying.

As an interjection hem is

used to fill in the gap of a pause with a vocalized sound.

As a verb hem is

to make the sound expressed by the word hem ; to hesitate in speaking or hem can be (in sewing) to make a hem.

As a pronoun hem is

.

Lap vs Thighs - What's the difference?

lap | thighs |


As nouns the difference between lap and thighs

is that lap is laplander while thighs is .

Bulldog vs Lap - What's the difference?

bulldog | lap |


As nouns the difference between bulldog and lap

is that bulldog is a breed of dog developed in england by the crossing of the bullbaiting dog and the pug to produce a ladies companion dog having a very smooth coat, a flattened face, wrinkly cheeks, powerful front legs and smaller hind legs while lap is laplander.

As a verb bulldog

is to chase (a steer) on horseback and wrestle it to the ground by twisting its horns (as a rodeo performance).

Tight vs Lap - What's the difference?

tight | lap |


As an adjective tight

is firmly held together; compact; not loose or open.

As an adverb tight

is firmly, so as not to come loose easily.

As a verb tight

is (obsolete) to tighten.

As a noun lap is

laplander.

Lap vs Lapping - What's the difference?

lap | lapping |


As nouns the difference between lap and lapping

is that lap is laplander while lapping is a kind of machine blanket or wrapping material used by calico printers.

As a verb lapping is

.

Lap vs Trick - What's the difference?

lap | trick |


As nouns the difference between lap and trick

is that lap is laplander while trick is trick.

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