Tweer vs Tweep - What's the difference?

tweer | tweep |


As nouns the difference between tweer and tweep

is that tweer is while tweep is a chirp or beep or tweep can be (internet|slang) a user.

As a verb tweep is

to chirp or beep or tweep can be (us|intelligence|euphemistic) to kill; to assassinate.

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tweer

English

Noun

(en noun)
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    tweep

    English

    Etymology 1

    Onomatopoeic.

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A chirp or beep.
  • * 1995 , John Wynne, The Listener's Guide to Audio Books: Reviews, Recommendations, and Listings for More Than 2,000 Titles , Fireside (1995), ISBN 0684802392, page 321:
  • The readers are Star Trek'' cast members, and the sound is enhanced with authentic, ''Enterprise -sounding beeps and tweeps .
  • * 2008 , Eric W. Bragg, The Midnight Blade of Sonic Honey , Oyster Moon Press (2008), ISBN 9781435714281, page 106:
  • Many of the neighboring birds had already begun their preliminary chirps, sending out those quirky little twits and tweeps that announce their presence
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  • Verb

    (en verb)
  • To chirp or beep.
  • * 1996 , , A New Day Rising , Bethany House Publishers (1996), ISBN 9780764201929, unnumbered page:
  • A bird tweeped and twittered on a thistle by the side of the trail.
  • * 1999 , , Steps and Exes: A Novel of Family , Bard (1999), ISBN 9780380977673, page 103:
  • No ubiquitous telephones, no fax machines or computers burping and tweeping and chirping their electronic chirps.
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  • Etymology 2

    From TWEP , acronym of (terminate with extreme prejudice), a US military intelligence and CIA euphemism for "kill, assassinate" that was first used in the 1960s.

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • (US, intelligence, euphemistic) To kill; to assassinate.
  • * 1997 , , Vendetta!: Fidel Castro and the Kennedy Brothers , John Wiley (1997), ISBN 9780471184560:
  • Robert Maheu, tough, astute, dynamic, was the perfect professional to implement the CIA scheme to tweep Fidel Castro.
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  • Etymology 3

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    Noun

    (en-noun)
  • (Internet, slang) A user.
  • * 2011 , (writing as God), The Last Testament: A Memoir , Simon & Schuster (2011), ISBN 9781451640182, page 305:
  • As astute tweeps will observe, I myself only follow one other person, the one thou callest "Justin Bieber";
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  • English onomatopoeias