Jank vs Jane - What's the difference?

jank | jane |


As a noun jank

is (computing|slang|rare) problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations.

As an adjective jank

is janky.

As a verb jane is

.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

jank

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (computing, slang, rare) Problematic blocking of a software application's user interface due to slow operations.
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • janky
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    jane

    English

    Alternative forms

    * Jayne, Jaine

    Proper noun

    (s)
  • ; the standard feminine form of John since the 17th century.
  • * 1605 William Camden: Remains Concerning Britain . John Russell Smith, 1870. p.103-104:
  • In latter years some of the better and nicer sort, misliking Joan, have mollified the name of Joan into Jane', as it may seem, for that ' Jane is never found in old Records; and as some will, never before the time of King Henry the eight.
  • * 1830 , Our Village: Fourth Series: Cottage Names:
  • People will please their fancies, and every lady has favourite names. I myself have several, and they are mostly short and simple. Jane', that queenly name! '''Jane''' Seymour, '''Jane''' Grey, 'the noble ' Jane de Montford;' - - -
  • * 1912 (H.H.Munro), The Secret Sin of Septimus Brope :
  • "What I mean is," said Mrs. Riversedge, "that when I get maids with unsuitable names I call them Jane ; they soon get used to it."
    "An excellent plan," said the aunt of Clovis coldly; "unfortunately I have got used to being called Jane myself. It happens to be my name."
  • derived from a (etyl) variant of John.
  • Derived terms

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    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A woman, often specifically a girlfriend
  • What happened to your regular Jane ?

    Alternative forms

    * jane

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