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jimmy

Jimmy vs Jamie - What's the difference?

jimmy | jamie |


As a noun jimmy

is chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a verb jimmy

is to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

As a proper noun jamie is

an english and scottish diminutive of the male given name james, also used as a formal given name.

Johnathan vs Jimmy - What's the difference?

johnathan | jimmy |


As a proper noun johnathan

is , a uncommon variant spelling of jonathan, confusing that name with john.

As a noun jimmy is

chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a verb jimmy is

to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

Chicken vs Jimmy - What's the difference?

chicken | jimmy |


As a proper noun chicken

is a cdp in alaska.

As a noun jimmy is

chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a verb jimmy is

to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

John vs Jimmy - What's the difference?

john | jimmy |


As a proper noun john

is very popular since the middle ages.

As a noun jimmy is

chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a verb jimmy is

to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

Hannah vs Jimmy - What's the difference?

hannah | jimmy |


As a proper noun hannah

is mother of the prophet samuel in the old testament.

As a noun jimmy is

chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a verb jimmy is

to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

Jiggy vs Jimmy - What's the difference?

jiggy | jimmy |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between jiggy and jimmy

is that jiggy is (slang) having fun, enjoying oneself totally; losing one's inhibitions, especially when dancing or performing to music while jimmy is (slang) royal navy slang for first lieutenant (executive officer).

As an adjective jiggy

is of or pertaining to a jig.

As a noun jimmy is

chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a verb jimmy is

to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

Jax vs Jimmy - What's the difference?

jax | jimmy |


As an abbreviation jax

is (computing|internet).

As a noun jimmy is

chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a verb jimmy is

to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

Timmy vs Jimmy - What's the difference?

timmy | jimmy |


As a proper noun timmy

is .

As a noun jimmy is

chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a verb jimmy is

to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

Jonathan vs Jimmy - What's the difference?

jonathan | jimmy |


As nouns the difference between jonathan and jimmy

is that jonathan is (en) an apple cultivar from new york while jimmy is chocolate sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes.

As a proper noun jonathan

is a son of saul, first mentioned in 1 samuel.

As a verb jimmy is

to pry (something, especially a lock) open with or as if with a crowbar.

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