sike

Yikes vs Sike - What's the difference?

yikes | sike |


As an interjection yikes

is (humorous|slang).

As a verb sike is

3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of .

Sike vs Psyche - What's the difference?

sike | psyche |


As a verb sike

is 3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of .

As a noun psyche is

psyche.

Dyke vs Sike - What's the difference?

dyke | sike |


As a noun dyke

is or dyke can be (slang|pejorative) a lesbian, particularly one who appears macho or acts in a macho manner this word has been reclaimed, by some, as politically empowering (see usage notes).

As a verb sike is

3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of .

Sike vs Ill - What's the difference?

sike | ill |


As a verb sike

is 3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of .

As an adjective ill is

(label) evil; wicked (of people).

As an adverb ill is

not well; imperfectly, badly; hardly.

As a noun ill is

(often pluralized) trouble; distress; misfortune; adversity.

Sike vs Https - What's the difference?

sike | https |


As a verb sike

is 3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of .

As an initialism https is

(internet) hypertext transfer protocol secure (http secure), an encrypted form of information transfer on the internet.

Sike - What does it mean?

sike | |

Siked vs Sike - What's the difference?

siked | sike |


As verbs the difference between siked and sike

is that siked is (sike) while sike is 3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of .

Sike vs Sise - What's the difference?

sike | sise |


As a verb sike

is 3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of .

As a noun sise is

(obsolete) six or sise can be (obsolete) an assize.

Sice vs Sike - What's the difference?

sice | sike |


As a noun sice

is (obsolete) the number six in a game of dice.

As a verb sike is

3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of .

Sike vs Hike - What's the difference?

sike | hike |


As verbs the difference between sike and hike

is that sike is 3rd-person dual si-perfective neuter of while hike is to take a long walk for pleasure or exercise.

As a noun hike is

a long walk.

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