aulate

Aulate vs Aulete - What's the difference?

aulate | aulete |


As an adjective aulate

is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

As a noun aulete is

.

Aulate vs Adulate - What's the difference?

aulate | adulate |


As an adjective aulate

is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

As a verb adulate is

to flatter effusively.

Aulate vs Aurate - What's the difference?

aulate | aurate |


As an adjective aulate

is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

As a noun aurate is

(inorganic chemistry) any salt of auric acid.

Aulate vs Alate - What's the difference?

aulate | alate |


As adjectives the difference between aulate and alate

is that aulate is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions 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.

Aulate vs Aulae - What's the difference?

aulate | aulae |


As an adjective aulate

is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

As a noun aulae is

(aula).

Aulate vs Ablate - What's the difference?

aulate | ablate |


As an adjective aulate

is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

As a verb ablate is

.

Periaxial vs Aulate - What's the difference?

periaxial | aulate |

Axial vs Aulate - What's the difference?

axial | aulate |


As adjectives the difference between axial and aulate

is that axial is of or pertaining to an axis; of the nature of, or resembling, an axis; around an axis while aulate is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

Wall vs Aulate - What's the difference?

wall | aulate |


As a noun wall

is a rampart of earth, stones etc built up for defensive purposes or wall can be (chiefly|dialectal) a spring of water or wall can be (nautical) a kind of knot often used at the end of a rope; a wall knot or wale.

As a verb wall

is to enclose with a wall or wall can be to boil.

As an adjective aulate is

(rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

Annular vs Aulate - What's the difference?

annular | aulate |


As adjectives the difference between annular and aulate

is that annular is pertaining to, or having the form of, a ring; forming a ring; ringed; ring-shaped; as, annular fibers; in the shape of an annulus while aulate is (rare|biology|of a coral) having an aulos (annular wall) between one's axial and periaxial regions.

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