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illinois

Illinois vs Michigan - What's the difference?

illinois | michigan |


As proper nouns the difference between illinois and michigan

is that illinois is a capital: springfield largest city: chicago while michigan is michigan.

As an adjective illinois

is of or relating to the (miami-illinois language).

As a noun illinois

is any of a tribe of native americans who formerly occupied the region between the wabash and mississippi rivers.

Wisconsin vs Illinois - What's the difference?

wisconsin | illinois |


As proper nouns the difference between wisconsin and illinois

is that wisconsin is a capital: madison largest city: milwaukee while illinois is a capital: springfield largest city: chicago.

As an adjective illinois is

of or relating to the (miami-illinois language).

As a noun illinois is

any of a tribe of native americans who formerly occupied the region between the wabash and mississippi rivers.

Iowa vs Illinois - What's the difference?

iowa | illinois |


As proper nouns the difference between iowa and illinois

is that iowa is a capital: des moines while illinois is a capital: springfield largest city: chicago.

As nouns the difference between iowa and illinois

is that iowa is one of the native americans formerly occupying the region now included in the state of iowa while illinois is any of a tribe of native americans who formerly occupied the region between the wabash and mississippi rivers.

As an adjective illinois is

of or relating to the (miami-illinois language).

Illinois vs D - What's the difference?

illinois | d |


As a proper noun illinois

is a capital: springfield largest city: chicago.

As an adjective illinois

is of or relating to the (miami-illinois language).

As a noun illinois

is any of a tribe of native americans who formerly occupied the region between the wabash and mississippi rivers.

As a letter d is

the fourth letter of the.

As a numeral d is

cardinal number five hundred (500).

As a symbol d is

deuterium, when it needs to be distinguished from ordinary hydrogen.

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