yerk

Yerk - What does it mean?

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Yerk vs Perc - What's the difference?

yerk | perc |


As nouns the difference between yerk and perc

is that yerk is (archaic) a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk while perc is perchloroethylene, a common solvent.

As a verb yerk

is (archaic) to stab.

Yerk vs Yers - What's the difference?

yerk | yers |


As nouns the difference between yerk and yers

is that yerk is (archaic) a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk while yers is .

As a verb yerk

is (archaic) to stab.

Yerk vs Yeri - What's the difference?

yerk | yeri |


As nouns the difference between yerk and yeri

is that yerk is (archaic) a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk while yeri is (tamil areas of india) a lake.

As a verb yerk

is (archaic) to stab.

Yerk vs Erk - What's the difference?

yerk | erk |


As a verb yerk

is (archaic) to stab.

As a noun yerk

is (archaic) a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk.

As a proper noun erk is

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Yern vs Yerk - What's the difference?

yern | yerk |


As verbs the difference between yern and yerk

is that yern is while yerk is (archaic) to stab.

As a noun yerk is

(archaic) a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk.

Merk vs Yerk - What's the difference?

merk | yerk |


As nouns the difference between merk and yerk

is that merk is mark, sign while yerk is (archaic) a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk.

As a verb yerk is

(archaic) to stab.

Ferk vs Yerk - What's the difference?

ferk | yerk |


As verbs the difference between ferk and yerk

is that ferk is alternative form of lang=en while yerk is to stab.

As a noun yerk is

a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk.

Yerk vs Werk - What's the difference?

yerk | werk |


As nouns the difference between yerk and werk

is that yerk is a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk while werk is obsolete form of lang=en.

As a verb yerk

is to stab.

Yerk vs Perk - What's the difference?

yerk | perk |


As verbs the difference between yerk and perk

is that yerk is (archaic) to stab while perk is shortened form of percolate or perk can be to become more lively or enthusiastic or perk can be (dated) to peer; to look inquisitively.

As nouns the difference between yerk and perk

is that yerk is (archaic) a sudden or quick thrust or motion; a jerk while perk is perquisite or perk can be a percolator, particularly of coffee.

As an adjective perk is

smart; trim; spruce; jaunty; vain.

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