Arbor vs Armor - What's the difference?
As a proper noun arbor
As a noun armor is
(uncountable) a protective layer over a body, vehicle, or other object intended to deflect or diffuse damaging forces.
As a verb armor is
to equip something with armor or a protective coating or hardening.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(etyl) arbour, from (etyl) .
* arbour (chiefly British)
A shady sitting place, usually in a park or garden, and usually surrounded by climbing shrubs or vines and other vegetation.
A grove of trees.
An axis or shaft supporting a rotating part on a lathe.
A bar for supporting cutting tools.
A spindle of a wheel.
(uncountable) A protective layer over a body, vehicle, or other object intended to deflect or diffuse damaging forces.
(uncountable) A natural form of this kind of protection on an animal's body.
(uncountable) Metal plate, protecting a ship, military vehicle, or aircraft.
(countable) A tank, or other heavy mobile assault vehicle.
(military, uncountable) A military formation consisting primarily of tanks or other armoured fighting vehicles, collectively.
(hydrology, uncountable) The naturally occurring surface of pebbles, rocks or boulders that line the bed of a waterway or beach and provide protection against erosion.
* (body armour) body armour, body armor, mail, chain mail, plate, suit of armour, suit of armor
* (animal) horn, carapace, chitin
* (metal plate) armour plate, armor plate
* (military) mechanized, cavalry
* composite armour
* armour plating
* spaced armour
* stand-off armour
* suit of armour
* reactive armour
* explosive reactive armour
To equip something with armor or a protective coating or hardening.
To provide something with an analogous form of protection.