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Sneck vs Serpent - What's the difference?

sneck | serpent |


As nouns the difference between sneck and serpent

is that sneck is (northern england|scotland) a latch or catch while serpent is snake.

As a verb sneck

is to latch, to lock.

Sneck vs Snib - What's the difference?

sneck | snib |


As nouns the difference between sneck and snib

is that sneck is (northern england|scotland) a latch or catch while snib is (scotland) a latch or fastening for a door, window etc.

As verbs the difference between sneck and snib

is that sneck is to latch, to lock while snib is (scotland) to latch (a door, window etc).

Sneck - What does it mean?

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Sneck vs Kneck - What's the difference?

sneck | kneck |


As nouns the difference between sneck and kneck

is that sneck is (northern england|scotland) a latch or catch while kneck is (uk|nautical) the twisting of a rope or cable, as it is running out.

As a verb sneck

is to latch, to lock.

Speck vs Sneck - What's the difference?

speck | sneck |


As nouns the difference between speck and sneck

is that speck is bacon while sneck is (northern england|scotland) a latch or catch.

As a verb sneck is

to latch, to lock.

Sneck vs Snick - What's the difference?

sneck | snick |


As nouns the difference between sneck and snick

is that sneck is (northern england|scotland) a latch or catch while snick is (cricket) a small deflection of the ball off the side of the bat; often carries to the wicketkeeper for a catch or snick can be a sharp clicking sound.

As verbs the difference between sneck and snick

is that sneck is to latch, to lock while snick is to cut or snip or snick can be to make something click, to make a clicking noise or snick can be .

Sneck vs Sleck - What's the difference?

sneck | sleck |


As verbs the difference between sneck and sleck

is that sneck is to latch, to lock while sleck is .

As a noun sneck

is (northern england|scotland) a latch or catch.

Sneck vs Snerk - What's the difference?

sneck | snerk |


As verbs the difference between sneck and snerk

is that sneck is to latch, to lock while snerk is (internet|slang) to snicker or snort with laughter to express amusement.

As a noun sneck

is (northern england|scotland) a latch or catch.

As an interjection snerk is

(internet|slang) expressing amusement; a snicker, or a snort of laughter.

Seck vs Sneck - What's the difference?

seck | sneck |


As an adjective seck

is (obsolete) barren; unprofitable.

As a noun sneck is

(northern england|scotland) a latch or catch.

As a verb sneck is

to latch, to lock.

Snack vs Sneck - What's the difference?

snack | sneck |


As nouns the difference between snack and sneck

is that snack is snack (a light meal) while sneck is (northern england|scotland) a latch or catch.

As a verb sneck is

to latch, to lock.

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