calcareous

Calcareous vs Calcify - What's the difference?

calcareous | calcify |


As an adjective calcareous

is resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky.

As a verb calcify is

to make something hard and stony by impregnating with calcium salts.

Calcareous - What does it mean?

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Calcaneous vs Calcareous - What's the difference?

calcaneous | calcareous |


As a noun calcaneous

is .

As an adjective calcareous is

resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky.

Calcareous vs Receptaculitid - What's the difference?

calcareous | receptaculitid |


As an adjective calcareous

is resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky.

As a noun receptaculitid is

(zoology) a probably benthic marine calcareous dasyclad known only from fossils.

Calcareous vs Cornbrash - What's the difference?

calcareous | cornbrash |


As an adjective calcareous

is resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky.

As a noun cornbrash is

(geology) a coarse calcareous sandstone in various parts of england.

Calcareous vs Calciphobous - What's the difference?

calcareous | calciphobous |


As adjectives the difference between calcareous and calciphobous

is that calcareous is resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky while calciphobous is (botany|of a plant) not suited to a calcareous soil.

Calcareous vs Calciphilous - What's the difference?

calcareous | calciphilous |


As adjectives the difference between calcareous and calciphilous

is that calcareous is resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky while calciphilous is (botany|of a plant) suited to a calcareous soil.

Calcareous vs Noncalcareous - What's the difference?

calcareous | noncalcareous |


As adjectives the difference between calcareous and noncalcareous

is that calcareous is resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky while noncalcareous is not calcareous.

Calcareous vs Phytoherm - What's the difference?

calcareous | phytoherm |


As an adjective calcareous

is resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky.

As a noun phytoherm is

(geology|biology) a calcareous 'freshwater reef', generally built up from autochthonous petrification of bryophytes, funghi, algae and cyanobacteria.

Calcareous vs Diamictite - What's the difference?

calcareous | diamictite |


As an adjective calcareous

is resembling or containing calcium carbonate or limestone; chalky.

As a noun diamictite is

(geology) a sedimentary, calcareous conglomerate containing a mixture of particles; mixtite.

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