basal

Basal vs Ecumenical - What's the difference?

basal | ecumenical |


As adjectives the difference between basal and ecumenical

is that basal is relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin while ecumenical is (ecclesiastical) pertaining to the universal church, representing the entire christian world; interdenominational; sometimes by extension, interreligious.

As a noun basal

is (anatomy) any basal structure or part.

Basal vs Primal - What's the difference?

basal | primal | Related terms |

Basal is a related term of primal.


As adjectives the difference between basal and primal

is that basal is relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin while primal is being the first in time, or history.

As a noun basal

is (anatomy) any basal structure or part.

Basal vs Inherent - What's the difference?

basal | inherent | Related terms |

Basal is a related term of inherent.


As adjectives the difference between basal and inherent

is that basal is relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin while inherent is inherent.

As a noun basal

is (anatomy) any basal structure or part.

Basal vs Bottom - What's the difference?

basal | bottom | Related terms |

Basal is a related term of bottom.


As adjectives the difference between basal and bottom

is that basal is relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin while bottom is the lowest or last place or position.

As nouns the difference between basal and bottom

is that basal is (anatomy) any basal structure or part while bottom is the lowest part from the uppermost part, in either of these senses:.

As a verb bottom is

to fall to the lowest point.

Downward vs Basal - What's the difference?

downward | basal | Related terms |

Downward is a related term of basal.


As adjectives the difference between downward and basal

is that downward is moving or sloping down while basal is relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin.

As an adverb downward

is toward a lower level, whether in physical space, in a hierarchy, or in amount or value.

As a noun basal is

(anatomy) any basal structure or part.

Nether vs Basal - What's the difference?

nether | basal | Synonyms |

Nether is a synonym of basal.


As adjectives the difference between nether and basal

is that nether is lower; under while basal is relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin.

As nouns the difference between nether and basal

is that nether is oppression; stress; a withering or stunting influence while basal is (anatomy) any basal structure or part.

As an adverb nether

is down; downward.

As a verb nether

is to bring or thrust down; bring or make low; lower; abase; humble.

Under vs Basal - What's the difference?

under | basal | Related terms |

Under is a related term of basal.


As a preposition under

is under.

As an adjective basal is

relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin.

As a noun basal is

(anatomy) any basal structure or part.

Subjacent vs Basal - What's the difference?

subjacent | basal | Related terms |

Subjacent is a related term of basal.


As adjectives the difference between subjacent and basal

is that subjacent is lying beneath or at a lower level; underlying while basal is relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin.

As a noun basal is

(anatomy) any basal structure or part.

Prime vs Basal - What's the difference?

prime | basal | Synonyms |

Prime is a synonym of basal.


As a verb prime

is .

As an adjective basal is

relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin.

As a noun basal is

(anatomy) any basal structure or part.

Wikidiffcom vs Basal - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | basal |


As an adjective basal is

relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin.

As a noun basal is

(anatomy) any basal structure or part.

Pages