Duke vs Margrave - What's the difference?

duke | margrave |

As a verb duke

is to plunge, dive.

As a noun margrave is

a feudal era military-administrative officer of comital rank in the carolingian empire and some successor states, originally in charge of a border area.

Sir vs Duke - What's the difference?

sir | duke |

As a noun sir

is garlic (plant).

As a verb duke is

to plunge, dive.

Durham vs Duke - What's the difference?

durham | duke |

As a proper noun durham

is the name signed by alternate bishops of durham (see duresm).

As a noun durham

is one of a breed of short-horned cattle, originating in the county of durham, england, and noted for their beef-producing quality.

As a verb duke is

to plunge, dive.

Duke vs Prnce - What's the difference?

duke | prnce |

Duke vs June - What's the difference?

duke | june |

As a verb duke

is to plunge, dive.

As an adverb june is

in a young manner, youthfully.

Duke - What does it mean?

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Duke vs Nobelman - What's the difference?

duke | nobelman |

Duke vs Nobelmen - What's the difference?

duke | nobelmen |

Duke vs Governor - What's the difference?

duke | governor |

As nouns the difference between duke and governor

is that duke is the male ruler of a duchy (compare duchess) while governor is the leader of a region or state that is a member of a federation or an empire. In Rome, they were endorsed by the emperor and appointed by the Senate. In the modern United States, they are elected by the people of that state.

As a verb duke

is to hit or beat with the fists.

As a proper noun Duke

is the title of a duke.

Duke vs Pronce - What's the difference?

duke | pronce |