The terms "pocketbook," "wallet," and "purse" often get used interchangeably, but they refer to different types of accessories. Here’s a breakdown of the differences:

- **Definition**: In some regions, particularly in the United States, a pocketbook refers to a woman's handbag or purse.
- **Size and Usage**: Typically medium to large in size, used to carry various personal items such as a wallet, keys, makeup, phone, and more.
- **Function**: Primarily for carrying personal belongings and sometimes includes a shoulder strap or handles for easy carrying.

- **Definition**: A small, flat case that can be used to carry personal items such as cash, credit cards, identification documents, and sometimes coins.
- **Size and Usage**: Small and compact, designed to fit in a pocket or a small compartment in a larger bag.
- **Function**: Mainly for organizing and protecting cash, cards, and IDs.

- **Definition**: Can have different meanings based on regional usage. In the UK and other countries, it often refers to a small bag used to carry money, similar to a wallet. In the US, it typically means a woman's handbag.
- **Size and Usage**: Varies greatly. When used to mean a handbag, it can range from small to large. When referring to a money-carrying item, it is usually small.
- **Function**: As a handbag, it serves the same purpose as a pocketbook. As a money-carrying item, it functions like a wallet.

- **Pocketbook**: Typically a medium to large handbag used by women to carry personal items.
- **Wallet**: A small case for cash, cards, and IDs, used by both men and women.
- **Purse**: In the US, it’s a handbag (similar to a pocketbook). In other regions, it might refer to a small bag for carrying money (similar to a wallet).

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