moonseed

Wikidiffcom vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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As a noun moonseed is

(botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

Terms vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between terms and moonseed

is that terms is while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

Seedsman vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Seedsman is a related term of moonseed.


As nouns the difference between seedsman and moonseed

is that seedsman is one who sows seeds while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

Seedpod vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Seedpod is a related term of moonseed.


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between seedpod and moonseed

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

As nouns the difference between seedpod and moonseed

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

Seedling vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Seedling is a related term of moonseed.


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between seedling and moonseed

is that seedling is (botany) a young plant grown from seed while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

As nouns the difference between seedling and moonseed

is that seedling is (botany) a young plant grown from seed while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

As an adjective seedling

is which is a seedling (see below).

Seedlike vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Seedlike is a related term of moonseed.


As an adjective seedlike

is resembling a seed or some aspect of one.

As a noun moonseed is

(botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

Seedful vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Seedful is a related term of moonseed.


As an adjective seedful

is full of seed, richly bearing seed.

As a noun moonseed is

(botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

Seedeater vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Seedeater is a related term of moonseed.


As nouns the difference between seedeater and moonseed

is that seedeater is (literally) an individual or species which eats seeds while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

Moony vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Moony is a related term of moonseed.


As nouns the difference between moony and moonseed

is that moony is the act of mooning while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

As an adjective moony

is resembling the moon.

Moonstruck vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Moonstruck is a related term of moonseed.


As an adjective moonstruck

is (obsolete) crazy or insane when affected by the phases of the moon.

As a noun moonseed is

(botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

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