What is the difference between Vibe and Personality?

The difference between vibe and personality

is that “vibe” is a vibraphone. [earlier 20th c.] and “personality” is a set of non-physical psychological and social qualities that make a person distinct from another.




  • (colloquial) A vibraphone. [earlier 20th c.]
  • (colloquial) Vibration. [later 20th c.]
  • (colloquial, originally New Age jargon) An atmosphere or aura felt to belong to a person, place or thing. [circa 1960s]


  • The couple canceled their night out when they got a bad vibe from the new babysitter.
  • “I like her. I get good vibes from her."
  • “This place is giving me bad vibes."


  • To stimulate with a ********.
  • To relax and enjoy oneself.
  • To agree.
  • To get along; to hit it off.


  • Besides, even if you don’t vibe with his subject matter, he is a style king of West Coast, down-tempo gangsta-pimp music.
  • Nia was glad she’d let Rico bring her to the club as she vibed with the fusion of Latin sounds and American hip-hop.
  • Maria took him through the events of the next morning and his recollection vibed with his statement at the time.
  • Sam started out being someone I totally vibed with on every level.
  • Nervous and shaky but feigning confidence, I completed the interview with ease and even managed to vibe with the country cutie.
  • It was odd, because there was always one person I didn’t vibe with in every office I spent time in, sometimes multiple people like in the case with Amazon.


  • A set of non-physical psychological and social qualities that make a person (or thing) distinct from another.
  • An assumed role or manner of behavior.
  • A celebrity.
  • Charisma, or qualities that make a person stand out from the crowd.
  • Something said or written which refers to the person, conduct, etc., of some individual, especially something of a disparaging or offensive nature; personal remarks.
  • (law) That quality of a law which concerns the condition, state, and capacity of persons.


  • selfness


  • Personality is individuality existing in itself, but with a nature as a ground.
  • Meanwhile Nanny Broome was recovering from her initial panic and seemed anxious to make up for any kudos she might have lost, by exerting her personality to the utmost. She took the policeman’s helmet and placed it on a chair, and unfolded his tunic to shake it and fold it up again for him.
  • The president has a unique personality.
  • In his final act, the comedian takes on a child’s personality.
  • Johnny Carson was a respected television personality.
  • But over and over / I´ll be a fool for you / ’cause you got personality.
  • The best contestant shows most personality.
  • Sharp personalities were exchanged.
  • Perceiving that personalities were not out of order, I asked him what species of beast had long ago twisted and mutilated his left ear.
  • indulgence in personalities