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muller

Muller - What does it mean?

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Mixture vs Muller - What's the difference?

mixture | muller |


As nouns the difference between mixture and muller

is that mixture is the act of mixing while muller is one who, or that which, mulls.

As a verb muller is

to grind up into, or as if into, powder.

As a proper noun Muller is

alternative form of Mueller|lang=en.

Mixer vs Muller - What's the difference?

mixer | muller |


As a noun mixer

is food processor.

As a proper noun muller is

.

Culler vs Muller - What's the difference?

culler | muller |


As a noun culler

is one who picks or chooses; especially, an inspector who selects wares suitable for market.

As a proper noun muller is

.

Muller vs Mullet - What's the difference?

muller | mullet |


As a proper noun muller

is .

As a noun mullet is

a fish of the family mugilidae (the grey mullets) or mullet can be a fool or mullet can be a hairstyle where the hair is kept short on the top and sides and long at the back or mullet can be (heraldiccharge) a star with straight edges and usually with five or six points.

Muller vs Mulley - What's the difference?

muller | mulley |


As nouns the difference between muller and mulley

is that muller is one who, or that which, mulls while mulley is a hornless or polled animal.

As a verb muller

is to grind up into, or as if into, powder.

As a proper noun Muller

is alternative form of Mueller|lang=en.

As an adjective mulley is

alternative form of lang=en.

Muller vs Duller - What's the difference?

muller | duller |


As a proper noun muller

is .

As an adjective duller is

(dull).

As a noun duller is

one who, or that which, dulls.

Miller vs Muller - What's the difference?

miller | muller |


As proper nouns the difference between miller and muller

is that miller is {{surname|A=An|English and Scottish occupational|from=occupations}} for a miller while Muller is alternative form of Mueller|lang=en.

As nouns the difference between miller and muller

is that miller is a person who owns or operates a mill, especially a flour mill while muller is one who, or that which, mulls.

As a verb muller is

to grind up into, or as if into, powder.

Meller vs Muller - What's the difference?

meller | muller |


As a noun meller

is (entertainment industry) a melodrama.

As a proper noun muller is

.

Muller vs Luller - What's the difference?

muller | luller |


As nouns the difference between muller and luller

is that muller is one who, or that which, mulls while luller is one who, or that which, lulls.

As a verb muller

is to grind up into, or as if into, powder.

As a proper noun Muller

is alternative form of Mueller|lang=en.

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