calcify

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.

Calcify vs Solidify - What's the difference?

calcify | solidify |


In lang=en terms the difference between calcify and solidify

is that calcify is to become hard and stony by impregnation with calcium salts while solidify is to become solid; to freeze, set.

As verbs the difference between calcify and solidify

is that calcify is to make something hard and stony by impregnating with calcium salts while solidify is to make solid; convert into a solid body.

Calcify - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Calcify - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | calcify |


As a verb calcify is

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

Taxonomy vs Calcify - What's the difference?

taxonomy | calcify |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb calcify is

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

Calcify vs Noncalcifying - What's the difference?

calcify | noncalcifying |


As a verb calcify

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

As an adjective noncalcifying is

not calcifying.

Calcify vs Kis - What's the difference?

calcify | kis |


As a verb calcify

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

As a noun kis is

sulfide mineral.

Calcify vs Lime - What's the difference?

calcify | lime |

Calcify is a see also of lime.


As verbs the difference between calcify and lime

is that calcify is to make something hard and stony by impregnating with calcium salts while lime is to treat with calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide (lime) or lime can be (west indies) to hang out/socialize in an informal, relaxed environment, especially with friends, for example at a party or on the beach.

As a noun lime is

(chemistry) a general term for inorganic materials containing calcium, usually calcium oxide or calcium hydroxide; quicklime or lime can be a deciduous tree of the genus tilia , especially ; the linden tree, or its wood or lime can be any of several green citrus fruit, somewhat smaller and sharper-tasting than a lemon or lime can be (anime) a fan fiction story that stops short of full, explicit descriptions of sexual activity, with the intimacy left to the reader's imagination.

As an adjective lime is

containing lime or lime juice.

Recalcification vs Calcify - What's the difference?

recalcification | calcify | Derived terms |

Recalcification is a derived term of calcify.


As a noun recalcification

is calcification again or anew.

As a verb calcify is

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

Recalcify vs Calcify - What's the difference?

recalcify | calcify | Derived terms |

Recalcify is a derived term of calcify.

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