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Luke vs Alicia - What's the difference?

luke | alicia |


As proper nouns the difference between luke and alicia

is that luke is a given name derived from Latin while Alicia is {{given name|female|from=Germanic|}} - The Latinized form of Alice.

As an adjective luke

is lukewarm.

Calum vs Luke - What's the difference?

calum | luke |


As a proper noun calum

is .

As a verb luke is

to pull .

Luke vs Lucas - What's the difference?

luke | lucas |


As a verb luke

is to pull .

As a noun lucas is

.

Wikidiffcom vs Luke - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | luke |


As a verb luke is

to pull .

Mason vs Luke - What's the difference?

mason | luke |


As a proper noun mason

is for a stonemason.

As a noun mason

is a freemason.

As a verb luke is

to pull .

Luke vs James - What's the difference?

luke | james |


As a verb luke

is to pull .

As an adverb james is

.

Luke vs Juke - What's the difference?

luke | juke |


As verbs the difference between luke and juke

is that luke is to pull while juke is to play dance music, or to dance, in a juke or juke can be to deceive or outmaneuver (someone) using a feint, especially in american football or soccer or juke can be (prison slang) to stab.

As a noun juke is

(southern us) a roadside cafe or bar, especially one with dancing and sometimes prostitution or juke can be a feint.

Lure vs Luke - What's the difference?

lure | luke |


As verbs the difference between lure and luke

is that lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice while luke is to pull .

As a noun lure

is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

Cuke vs Luke - What's the difference?

cuke | luke |


As a noun cuke

is small part (of something broken off from a whole).

As a verb luke is

to pull .

Luge vs Luke - What's the difference?

luge | luke |


As a noun luge

is spoon.

As a verb luke is

to pull .

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