Unspecified mystic words. It's up to you
The Basic Rules on verbal components (and also PHB p. 203) state,
Most spells require the chanting of mystic words. The words themselves aren't the source of the spell's power; rather, the particular combination of sounds, with specific pitch and resonance, sets the threads of magic in motion. Thus, a character who is gagged or in an area of silence, such as one created by the silence spell, can't cast a spell with a verbal component.
This is all the rules say on what the verbal components are. Prestidigitation makes no special clarifications about its verbal component. Therefore, we are left with an unspecified verbal component. The rules provide no specific guidance, so it is up to you (or the DM) how you want to flavour your spells, including how distinguishable the components for different effects are.
However, as for whether you could fool someone, Xanathar's Guide to Everything p. 85, Perceiving a Caster at Work, clarifies that spells with components are perceptible. As for how perceptible, see this question on how loud/obvious is a wizard casting a spell. There are no clear rules on precisely how perceptible casting a spell is. If people aren't paying you too much attention they might miss the casting. Otherwise, a Sleight of Hand check might be appropriate to conceal or obfuscate the casting, at the DM's discretion. But bear in mind that casting is not meant to be too subtle: it is obvious enough for someone to cast counterspell as a reaction. Also, one of the major uses of the sorcerer's Subtle Spell metamagic is to conceal casting. But misdirection is different to concealment so has different balance implications.