cape

Hood vs Cape - What's the difference?

hood | cape |


As a proper noun hood

is .

As a noun cape is

hard earth layer (while digging).

Horn vs Cape - What's the difference?

horn | cape |


As a proper noun horn

is one of the names of freyja.

As a noun cape is

hard earth layer (while digging).

Cape vs Batwing - What's the difference?

cape | batwing |


As nouns the difference between cape and batwing

is that cape is hard earth layer (while digging) while batwing is the wing of a bat, or its shape.

As an adjective batwing is

shaped like the wing of a bat.

Cape vs Shroud - What's the difference?

cape | shroud |


As nouns the difference between cape and shroud

is that cape is hard earth layer (while digging) while shroud is that which clothes, covers, conceals, or protects; a garment.

As a verb shroud is

to cover with a shroud.

Pauldron vs Cape - What's the difference?

pauldron | cape |


As nouns the difference between pauldron and cape

is that pauldron is a component of plate armour that protects the shoulder while cape is hard earth layer (while digging).

Spit vs Cape - What's the difference?

spit | cape |


As nouns the difference between spit and cape

is that spit is a rod on which meat is grilled (uk english) or broiled (us english) or spit can be (uncountable) saliva]], especially when [[expectorate|expectorated while cape is hard earth layer (while digging).

As a verb spit

is to impale on a spit or spit can be (transitive) to evacuate (saliva or another substance) from the mouth.

Bolt vs Cape - What's the difference?

bolt | cape |


As nouns the difference between bolt and cape

is that bolt is (land covered by trees) while cape is hard earth layer (while digging).

Cape vs Scarf - What's the difference?

cape | scarf |


As nouns the difference between cape and scarf

is that cape is hard earth layer (while digging) while scarf is a long, often knitted, garment worn around the neck or scarf can be a type of joint in woodworking or scarf can be (scotland) a cormorant.

As a verb scarf is

to throw on loosely; to put on like a scarf or scarf can be to shape by grinding or scarf can be (transitive|us|slang) to eat very quickly.

Cape vs Bluff - What's the difference?

cape | bluff |


As a noun cape

is hard earth layer (while digging).

As a proper noun bluff is

the southernmost town in the south island of new zealand, and seaport for the southland region.

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