yeke

Yoke vs Yeke - What's the difference?

yoke | yeke |


As nouns the difference between yoke and yeke

is that yoke is a bar or frame of wood by which two oxen are joined at the heads or necks for working together while yeke is a cuckoo.

As a verb yoke

is to link or to join.

Yeke vs Yekke - What's the difference?

yeke | yekke |


As nouns the difference between yeke and yekke

is that yeke is a cuckoo while yekke is (mildly derogatory) a jew originating from germany currently living in israel.

Yeke vs Yee - What's the difference?

yeke | yee |


As nouns the difference between yeke and yee

is that yeke is a cuckoo while yee is .

Eeke vs Yeke - What's the difference?

eeke | yeke |


As an adverb eeke

is .

As a noun yeke is

a cuckoo.

Yeke vs Yete - What's the difference?

yeke | yete |


As a noun yeke

is a cuckoo.

As a verb yete is

("to melt, found").

Yede vs Yeke - What's the difference?

yede | yeke |


As a verb yede

is (obsolete) (go).

As a noun yeke is

a cuckoo.

Eke vs Yeke - What's the difference?

eke | yeke |


As nouns the difference between eke and yeke

is that eke is while yeke is a cuckoo.

Yeke vs Yere - What's the difference?

yeke | yere |


As a noun yeke

is a cuckoo.

As a pronoun yere is

(irish) your (plural); of ye, belonging to ye.

Yeek vs Yeke - What's the difference?

yeek | yeke |


As an interjection yeek

is eek; the sound of a mouse.

As a noun yeke is

a cuckoo.

Yeke vs Seke - What's the difference?

yeke | seke |


As a noun yeke

is a cuckoo.

As a verb seke is

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