alice

Alive vs Alice - What's the difference?

alive | alice |


As an adjective alive

is having life, in opposition to dead; living; being in a state in which the organs perform their functions; as, an animal or a plant which is alive.

As a noun alice is

(military|us|initialism) (all-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment).

Alice vs Wood - What's the difference?

alice | wood |


As a noun alice

is (military|us|initialism) (all-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment).

As a proper noun wood is

an english topographic surname for someone who lived in or near a wood.

Alice vs Carina - What's the difference?

alice | carina |


As nouns the difference between alice and carina

is that alice is (military|us|initialism) (all-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment) while carina is a longitudinal ridge or projection like the keel of a boat.

Alice vs Elisha - What's the difference?

alice | elisha |


As a noun alice

is (military|us|initialism) (all-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment).

As a proper noun elisha is

a prophet, a disciple and successor of elijah.

Oliver vs Alice - What's the difference?

oliver | alice |


As a proper noun oliver

is (male given name).

As a noun alice is

(military|us|initialism) (all-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment).

Alice vs Miranda - What's the difference?

alice | miranda |


As a noun alice

is (military|us|initialism) (all-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment).

As an adjective miranda is

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