Duke vs. Juke

Duke vs. Juke — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Duke and Juke

Dukenoun

A nobleman with the highest hereditary rank, especially a man of the highest grade of the peerage in Great Britain.

Jukenoun

A roadside or rural establishment offering liquor, dancing, and often gambling and prostitution. Also called juke house, juke joint.

Dukenoun

A sovereign prince who rules an independent duchy in some European countries.

Jukenoun

A feint or fake.

Dukenoun

Used as the title for such a nobleman.

Jukeverb

To play dance music, especially in a juke.

Dukenoun

dukes(Slang) The fists

Put up your dukes!.

Jukeverb

To dance, especially in a juke or to the music of a jukebox.

Dukenoun

(Botany) A type of cherry intermediate between a sweet and a sour cherry.

Jukeverb

To deceive or outmaneuver (a defending opponent) by a feint; fake.

Dukeverb

To fight, especially with fists

duking it out.

Jukeverb

To deceive or outmaneuver a defender by a feint.

Dukenoun

The male ruler of a duchy (female equivalent: duchess).

Jukenoun

(southern US) A roadside cafe or bar, especially one with dancing and sometimes prostitution.

Dukenoun

The sovereign of a small state.

Jukenoun

(sports) A feint.

Dukenoun

A high title of nobility; the male holder of a dukedom.

Jukenoun

The neck of a bird.

Dukenoun

A grand duke.

Jukeverb

to play dance music, or to dance, in a juke

Dukenoun

A fist.

Put up your dukes!

Jukeverb

(slang) to hit

Dukeverb

(transitive) To hit or beat with the fists.

Jukeverb

(prison slang) to stab

Dukeverb

To give cash to; to give a tip to.

I duked him twenty dollars.

Jukeverb

(intransitive) To deceive or outmaneuver someone using a feint, especially in American football or soccer

Dukenoun

a British peer of the highest rank

Jukeverb

(transitive) To deceive or outmaneuver, using a feint.

Dukenoun

a nobleman (in various countries) of high rank

Jukeverb

(intransitive) To bend the neck; to bow or duck the head.

Jukeverb

(transitive) To manipulate deceptively.

Jukenoun

a small roadside establishment in the southeastern United States where you can eat and drink and dance to music provided by a jukebox

Jukenoun

(football) a deceptive move made by a football player