Sugar vs Baby - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between sugar and baby

is that sugar is ray, beam (of light or radiation) while baby is baby (infant).

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

sugar

English

Alternative forms

* (obsolete)

Noun

  • (uncountable) Sucrose in the form of small crystals, obtained from sugar cane or sugar beet and used to sweeten food and drink.
  • (countable) When used to sweeten a drink, an amount of this substance approximately equal to five grams or one teaspoon.
  • He usually has his coffee white with one sugar .
  • (countable, chemistry) Any of various small carbohydrates that are used by organisms to store energy.
  • (countable) A generic term for sucrose, glucose, fructose, etc.
  • (countable)
  • I'll be with you in a moment, sugar .
  • (countable, slang) A kiss.
  • Effeminacy in a male, often implying homosexuality.
  • I think John has a little bit of sugar in him.
  • (uncountable, informal) Diabetes.
  • (by extension) Anything resembling sugar in taste or appearance.
  • Sugar of lead (lead acetate) is a poisonous white crystalline substance with a sweet taste.
  • Compliment or flattery used to disguise or render acceptable something obnoxious; honeyed or soothing words.
  • Derived terms

    * * acid of sugar * acorn sugar * ambered sugar * amino sugar, aminosugar * anhydrosugar * anhydrous sugar * animal sugar * aphis-sugar * as sweet as sugar, sweet as sugar * baker's sugar * Barbados sugar * barley sugar, barley-sugar * bar sugar * bastard sugar * beechwood sugar * beetroot sugar * beet sugar, beet-sugar * berry sugar * besugar * birch sugar * black sugar * blanch sugar * blood sugar * brain sugar * blown sugar * boiled sugar * brown sugar * burnt sugar * candied sugar * candy sugar * cane sugar, cane-sugar * caramelised sugar, caramelized sugar * caramel sugar * caster sugar, castor sugar * CDP-sugar * centrifugal sugar * cinnamon sugar * clarified sugar * clayed sugar * coarse sugar * coffee sugar * colored sugar crystals * compound sugar * compressible sugar * confectioner's sugar, confectioners' sugar * corn sugar * corn sugar syrup * cracked sugar * crashed sugar * crude sugar * crushed sugar * crystalline sugar * crystallisable sugar, crystallizable sugar * crystallised sugar, crystallized sugar * crystal sugar * culinary sugar * cytidine diphosphosugar * date sugar, date-sugar * dehydrosugar * demerara sugar * deoxy sugar, desoxy sugar * desugar * diabetes sugar, diabetic sugar * double-refined sugar * double sugar * dTDP-sugar * English sugar * essence of sugar * feathered sugar * female sugar * fluid sugar * flying sugar * free sugar * form sugar * fruit sugar, fruit-sugar * gelatin sugar * granular sugar * granulated sugar * grape sugar, grape-sugar * green sugar * hard sugar * heart sugar * heavy sugar * hepatic sugar * high sugar * horse sugar * icing sugar * invert sugar * inverted sugar * kitchen sugar * lead-sugar * licorice sugar * liquid sugar * liver-sugar * loaf sugar, loaf-sugar * low sugar * lump of sugar * lump sugar * male sugar * malt sugar, malt-sugar * manna sugar * maple sugar, maple-sugar * milk sugar, milk-sugar * mill white sugar * modified Sheather's sugar flotation method * moist sugar * * mountain-ash sugar * muscovado sugar * muscle sugar * mushroom sugar * natural sugar * neither sugar nor salt * nest sugar, nest-sugar * nib sugar * nibbed sugar * nitrosugar * non-sugar, nonsugar * not made of sugar or salt * nucleoside-diphosphate sugar * oil sugar * palm sugar, palm-sugar * pearl sugar * pearled sugar * pectin sugar * perilla sugar * phosphosugar * pine sugar * polyisoprenyl phosphate sugar * potato sugar, potato-sugar * pounded sugar * powder sugar * powdered sugar * preserving sugar * pulled sugar * raw sugar * reducing sugar * refined sugar * refining sugar * refuse sugar * residual sugar * rimming sugar * RNA sugar * rock sugar * sanding sugar * sifted sugar * simple sugar * soft sugar * sorghum sugar * specific soluble sugar * spun sugar * stamped sugar * store sugar * strained sugar * starch sugar * strike of sugar * sugar-acarus * sugar acid * * sugar alcohol * sugar aldehyde * sugarallie, sugarally, sugarellie, sugarolly * sugar almond, sugar-almond * sugar and honey * * sugar-ant * sugar apple, sugar-apple * sugar aquatint * sugar-babe, sugar baby, sugar-baby * sugar-bag * sugar-bakehouse * sugar-baker * sugar-bakery * sugar band * sugar basin * sugar bean, sugar-bean * sugar beet * sugar berg * sugar berry, sugar-berry, sugarberry * sugar-birch * sugar bird, sugar-bird, sugarbird * sugar block * sugar boogers * sugar bowl * sugar-box * sugar-bread * sugar brother * sugar bush, sugar-bush, sugarbush * sugar-butter sauce * sugar buzz * sugar-cake * sugar camp, sugar-camp * sugar candian, sugar-candian * sugar-candied * sugar candy, sugar-candy * sugar cane, sugar-cane, sugarcane * sugar card * sugar-caster * sugar cataract * sugar chain * sugar charcoal * sugar-chest * * sugar-coat, sugarcoat * sugar-cone * sugar cookie * sugar core * sugar corn * * * sugar-creeper * * sugar-crusher * sugar crust * sugar cube, sugar-cube * sugar-cured * sugar daddy * sugar diabetes * sugar-disease * sugar-eater * sugar ester * sugar-free * sugar fungus * sugar-garden * sugargerry * sugar glass * sugar glider * sugar grass, sugar-grass * * sugar grove * sugar gum, sugar-gum * sugar hackberry * sugar high * * sugar honey ice tea * sugar-house, sugarhouse * sugar-icing liver * sugar indigestion * sugarish * sugar kelp * * * sugarleaf * sugarless * sugar-like * sugar-lime * sugar loaf, sugar-loaf, sugarloaf * sugar-louse * sugar lump, sugar-lump * sugarly * sugar mama, sugar mamma, sugar momma, sugar mummy * sugar-man * sugar maple, sugar-maple * sugar-meat * sugar melon, sugar-melon * sugar mill * sugar-millet * sugar mimic * sugar mite, sugar-mite * * sugar mouse * sugar nib * sugar nip * sugar nippers * sugar-non-specific nuclease * * sugar of acorns * sugar of Alisaunder * sugar of Babylon * sugar of Barbary * sugar of Candy * sugar of Cipre * sugar of flesh * sugar of iron * sugar of lead * sugar of Marrokes * sugar of milk * sugar of muscle * sugar of Saturn * sugar of steel * sugar on snow, sugar-on-snow * sugar orchard, sugar-orchard * sugar palm * sugar paper, sugar-paper * sugar pea * sugar-pear * sugar pease * sugar-pellet * sugar-penide * sugar-phosphatase * sugar-pie * sugar pill * sugar pine, sugar-pine * sugar plantation * sugar-plate * sugar plum, sugar-plum, sugarplum * sugar pucker * sugar puff * Sugar Puffs * sugar-pumpkin * sugar push * sugar quartz * sugar rag * sugar-reed * sugar-refiner * sugar refinery, sugar-refinery * sugar-refining * sugar residue * * sugar-roll * sugar royal * sugar-roset * sugar rush * sugar sack * sugar sand * sugar-sensitivity * sugar shack, sugar shanty * sugar shell * sugar sifter * * sugar snap, sugar snap pea * sugar snow * sugar-snuff * sugar soap * sugar-sop * sugar sorghum * sugar-spar * sugar-spirit * sugar spoon * sugar squirrel * sugar stick * sugar substitute * sugar sumac * sugar-sweet * sugar syrup * sugar-teat * sugar test * sugar thermometer * sugartime * sugar tit, sugar-tit * sugar tongs * sugar tree, sugar-tree * sugar trough * sugar tumor, sugar tumour * * sugar vase * sugar-vinegar * sugar-wash * sugar water, sugar-water * sugar-weather * sugar weed * sugar-wood * sugar-work * sugar-worm * sugar-wrack * sugary * superfine sugar * superior sugar * * syntactic sugar * table sugar * threshold sugar * triple sugar iron agar * true sugar * turbinado sugar * uncrystallisable sugar, uncrystallizable sugar * unrefined sugar * urine sugar * vanilla sugar * white sugar * wood sugar, wood-sugar * yellow sugar

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To add sugar to; to sweeten with sugar.
  • John heavily sugars his coffee.
  • To make (something unpleasant) seem less so.
  • She has a gift for sugaring what would otherwise be harsh words.
  • (US, regional) In making maple sugar, to complete the process of boiling down the syrup till it is thick enough to crystallize; to approach or reach the state of granulation; with the preposition off .
  • Synonyms

    * (add sugar to) sweeten * (make less unpleasant) sweeten, sugar-coat

    Derived terms

    * sugared * sugarer * sugaring * sugar off * sugar the pill

    Interjection

    (en interjection)
  • (informal, euphemistic) Used in place of shit !
  • Oh, sugar!

    See also

    * * agave syrup * aldose * alitame * allose * altrose * amylose * arabinose * aspartame * barley malt syrup * birch syrup * blanco directo * Brazzein * brown rice syrup * caramel * carbohydrate * cellulose * corn syrup * cyclamate * decose * dulcin * demerara * dextrose * erythritol * erythrose * erythrulose * Florida crystals * fructose * fruit syrup * fucose * furanose * galactose * glucose * glyco- * glycyrrhizin * golden syrup * goor, gur * gulose * heptose * hexose * high fructose corn syrup * holing cane * honey * idose * inulin * isomalt * jaggery * karupatti * ketose * lactilol * lactose * lugduname * lyxose * maltitol * maltose * mannitol * mannose * maple syrup * mizuame * molasses * monellin * muscovado * neohesperidin dihydrochalcone * neotame * nonose * octose * -ose * panela * panocha, panoche * pentose * polyol * psicose * pyranose * rhamnose * ribose * ribulose * rum * saccharide * saccharin * sedoheptulose * sorbitol * sorbose * stachyose * sucralose * sucrose * Steen's cane syrup * stevia * steviol glycoside * sweetener * sweet sorghum * syrup * tagatose * talose * tetrose * thaumatin * threose * treacle * trehalose * triose * turbinado * volemitol * xylitol * xylose * xylulose

    baby

    English

    Noun

    (babies)
  • A very young human, particularly from birth to a couple of years old or until walking is fully mastered.
  • Any very young animal, especially a vertebrate; many species have specific names for their babies, such as kittens for the babies of cats, puppies]] for the babies of dogs, and chicks for the babies of birds. See [[:Category:Baby animals for more.
  • Unborn young; a fetus.
  • When is your baby due?
  • A person who is immature or infantile.
  • Stand up for yourself - don't be such a baby !
  • A term of endearment for a girlfriend or boyfriend or spouse.
  • (informal) A form of address to a man or a woman considered to be attractive.
  • Hey baby , what are you doing later?
  • A pet project or responsibility.
  • The annual report has been my baby since September.
  • The lastborn of a family.
  • See my new car here? I can't wait to take this baby for a drive.
  • (archaic) A small image of an infant; a doll.
  • Synonyms

    * (young human being) babe, babby, babbie, infant * (immature or infantile person) big baby * (term of endearment) love

    See also

    * gamete, zygote, morula, blastocyst, embryo, fetus

    Adjective

    (-) (used only before the noun)
  • Of a child: very young; of the age when he or she would be termed a baby or infant.
  • a baby boy
  • Of an animal: young.
  • a baby elephant
  • Intended for babies.
  • baby clothes
  • Picked when small and immature (as in baby corn'', ''baby potatoes ).
  • Usage notes

    When referring to a human baby (as per noun sense 1 above) the usual practice is to treat 'human' as the adjective and 'baby' as the noun.

    Synonyms

    * (sense) little * (intended for babies) baby's

    Verb

  • To coddle; to pamper somebody like an infant.
  • Derived terms

    * anchor baby * baby-batterer * baby-battering * baby beef * Baby Bell * baby bond * baby bonus * baby boom * baby boomer * baby-bouncer * baby boy * baby buggy * babycare * baby carriage * baby doll * baby-doll pajamas, baby doll pyjamas * baby face * baby food * baby girl * baby grand * babygro * babyhood * baby house * babyish * baby-jumper * baby-minder * baby monitor * baby of the family * baby's breath * baby seat * babysit, baby-sit * babysitter, baby-sitter * babysitting * baby-sitting * baby-snatcher * baby-snatching * baby's tears * baby talk * baby tooth * baby-walker * be left holding the baby * big baby * crybaby * cry like a baby * passport baby * throw out the baby with the bathwater, throw the baby out with the bathwater * sleep like a baby (baby)

    See also

    * child * infant * toddler