alete

Alete vs Monikers - What's the difference?

alete | monikers |


As an adjective alete

is (palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

As a noun monikers is

.

Wikidiffcom vs Alete - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | alete |


As an adjective alete is

(palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

Alete vs Arete - What's the difference?

alete | arete |


As an adjective alete

is (palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

As a noun arete is

virtue, excellence or arete can be .

Azete vs Alete - What's the difference?

azete | alete |


As a noun azete

is azete.

As an adjective alete is

(palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

Alete vs Alate - What's the difference?

alete | alate |


As adjectives the difference between alete and alate

is that alete is (palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae while alate is (entomology|botany) having winglike extensions or parts; winged.

As a noun alate is

a winged, reproductive form of several social insects.

As an adverb alate is

(archaic) recently; lately; of late.

Alete vs Alee - What's the difference?

alete | alee |


As an adjective alete

is (palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

As a verb alee is

.

Aulete vs Alete - What's the difference?

aulete | alete |


As a noun aulete

is .

As an adjective alete is

(palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

Aletic vs Alete - What's the difference?

aletic | alete | see also |

Aletic is a see also of alete.


As adjectives the difference between aletic and alete

is that aletic is while alete is (palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

Aletes vs Alete - What's the difference?

aletes | alete | see also |

Aletes is a see also of alete.


As a noun aletes

is .

As an adjective alete is

(palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

Trilete vs Alete - What's the difference?

trilete | alete | Related terms |

Trilete is a related term of alete.


As adjectives the difference between trilete and alete

is that trilete is (botany|of a spore) having three lines indicating the splitting axes while alete is (palynology) forming single spores or pollen grains, and therefore lacking laesurae.

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