Mulberry vs Bast - What's the difference?

mulberry | bast |

As a noun mulberry

is any of several trees, of the genus morus , having edible fruit.

As an adjective mulberry

is of a dark purple colour tinted with red.

Bast - What does it mean?

bast | |

Bast vs Tm - What's the difference?

bast | tm |

As a symbol tm is

(label) symbol for thulium.

Baht vs Bast - What's the difference?

baht | bast |

As a noun baht

is the official currency of thailand, equal to 100 satang.

Hast vs Bast - What's the difference?

hast | bast |

As an adjective hast

is neuter singular nominative or accusative form of .

Bast vs Baft - What's the difference?

bast | baft |

As a noun baft is


Bast vs Bats - What's the difference?

bast | bats |

As a proper noun bats is

a northeast caucasian language spoken in georgia or bats can be a commune in france.

Bast vs Batter - What's the difference?

bast | batter |

As a verb batter is

to hit or strike violently and repeatedly or batter can be (architecture) to slope (of walls, buildings etc).

As a noun batter is

a beaten mixture of flour and liquid (usually egg and milk), used for baking (eg pancakes, cake, or yorkshire pudding) or to coat food (eg fish) prior to frying or batter can be an incline on the outer face of a built wall or batter can be (baseball) the player attempting to hit the ball with a bat.

Bant vs Bast - What's the difference?

bant | bast |

As a noun bant

is banter.

Oast vs Bast - What's the difference?

oast | bast |

As a noun oast

is (british) a kiln for drying tobacco, malt and especially hops.