tumi

Belly vs Tumi - What's the difference?

belly | tumi |


As nouns the difference between belly and tumi

is that belly is the abdomen while tumi is (archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america.

As a verb belly

is to position one's belly.

Tumb vs Tumi - What's the difference?

tumb | tumi |


As a verb tumb

is (archaic) to tumble; jump; dance.

As a noun tumi is

(archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america.

Tumi vs Tump - What's the difference?

tumi | tump |


As nouns the difference between tumi and tump

is that tumi is (archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america while tump is (british|rare) a mound or hillock or tump can be (uncommon) a tumpline.

As a verb tump is

to form a mass of earth or a hillock about or tump can be (southern us) to bump, knock (usually used with "over", possibly a combination of "tip" and "dump").

Tum vs Tumi - What's the difference?

tum | tumi |


As an adjective tum

is entire, complete.

As a noun tumi is

(archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america.

Tumi vs Tumid - What's the difference?

tumi | tumid |


As a noun tumi

is (archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america.

As an adjective tumid is

swollen, enlarged, bulging.

Tumi vs Tui - What's the difference?

tumi | tui |


As nouns the difference between tumi and tui

is that tumi is (archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america while tui is (computing).

Tums vs Tumi - What's the difference?

tums | tumi |


As nouns the difference between tums and tumi

is that tums is while tumi is (archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america.

Yumi vs Tumi - What's the difference?

yumi | tumi |


As nouns the difference between yumi and tumi

is that yumi is a type of bow from japan while tumi is (archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america.

Ami vs Tumi - What's the difference?

ami | tumi |


As nouns the difference between ami and tumi

is that ami is {ami} friend (male) while tumi is (archaeology) a ceremonial axe used by some incan and pre-incan cultures of south america.