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luke

Luke vs Loke - What's the difference?

luke | loke |


As a verb luke

is to pull .

As a proper noun loke is

loki.

Luke vs Huke - What's the difference?

luke | huke |


As a verb luke

is to pull .

As a noun huke is

(obsolete) an outer garment worn in europe in the middle ages.

Nuke vs Luke - What's the difference?

nuke | luke |


As a noun nuke

is nuclear weapon.

As a verb nuke

is to use a nuclear weapon on a target.

As a proper noun Luke is

a given name derived from Latin.

As an adjective luke is

lukewarm.

Luke vs Lube - What's the difference?

luke | lube |


As verbs the difference between luke and lube

is that luke is to pull while lube is (informal) to lubricate.

As a noun lube is

(informal) lubricant.

Zuke vs Luke - What's the difference?

zuke | luke |


As a noun zuke

is (us|slang) zucchini.

As a verb luke is

to pull .

Like vs Luke - What's the difference?

like | luke |


As a verb luke is

to pull .

Luke vs Puke - What's the difference?

luke | puke |


As verbs the difference between luke and puke

is that luke is to pull while puke is (transitive|and|intransitive) to vomit; to throw up; to eject from the stomach.

As a noun puke is

(uncountable) vomit.

As an adjective puke is

a fine grade of woolen cloth.

Luxe vs Luke - What's the difference?

luxe | luke |


As a noun luxe

is light.

As a verb luke is

to pull .

Lude vs Luke - What's the difference?

lude | luke |


As verbs the difference between lude and luke

is that lude is while luke is to pull .

Luke vs Uke - What's the difference?

luke | uke |


As a verb luke

is to pull .

As a proper noun uke is

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