weir

Dike vs Weir - What's the difference?

dike | weir |


As a noun dike

is great desire, lust.

Spillway vs Weir - What's the difference?

spillway | weir |


As a noun spillway

is a path designed to take away overflow safely.

Weir vs Orifice - What's the difference?

weir | orifice |


As a noun orifice is

a mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe, etc; an opening; as,.

Creepy vs Weir - What's the difference?

creepy | weir |


As an adjective creepy

is producing an uneasy fearful sensation, as of things crawling over one's skin.

Strange vs Weir - What's the difference?

strange | weir |


As a proper noun strange

is .

Weir vs Dyke - What's the difference?

weir | dyke |


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).

Weir vs Sluic - What's the difference?

weir | sluic |


As a noun sluic is

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Wikidiffcom vs Weir - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | weir |

Weir - What does it mean?

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Weir vs Flume - What's the difference?

weir | flume |


As a noun flume is

a ravine or gorge, usually one with water running through.

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