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carcel

Terms vs Carcel - What's the difference?

terms | carcel |


As nouns the difference between terms and carcel

is that terms is while carcel is (historical) a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 974 candelas.

Marcel vs Carcel - What's the difference?

marcel | carcel |


As nouns the difference between marcel and carcel

is that marcel is a hairstyle characterized by deep waves made by a curling iron while carcel is a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 9.74 candelas.

As a verb marcel

is to wave hair by the marcel method.

As an adjective marcel

is of, producing, or related to marcel waves.

As a proper noun Marcel

is a given name derived from French occasionally borrowed from French.

Carcel vs Sarcel - What's the difference?

carcel | sarcel |


As nouns the difference between carcel and sarcel

is that carcel is (historical) a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 974 candelas while sarcel is one of the outer pinions or feathers of the wing of a bird, especially a hawk.

Carcel vs Cartel - What's the difference?

carcel | cartel |


As nouns the difference between carcel and cartel

is that carcel is (historical) a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 974 candelas while cartel is cartel.

Carpel vs Carcel - What's the difference?

carpel | carcel |


As nouns the difference between carpel and carcel

is that carpel is one of the individual female reproductive organs in a flower a carpel is composed of an ovary, a style, and a stigma, although some flowers have carpels without a distinct style in origin, carpels are leaves (megasporophylls) that have evolved to enclose the ovules the term pistil is sometimes used to refer to a single carpel or to several carpels fused together while carcel is (historical) a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 974 candelas.

Carvel vs Carcel - What's the difference?

carvel | carcel |


As nouns the difference between carvel and carcel

is that carvel is (nautical) a small lateen-rigged mediterranean vessel with two masts, used to carry cargo while carcel is (historical) a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 974 candelas.

Parcel vs Carcel - What's the difference?

parcel | carcel |


As nouns the difference between parcel and carcel

is that parcel is a package wrapped for shipment while carcel is (historical) a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 974 candelas.

As a verb parcel

is to wrap something up into the form of a package.

As an adverb parcel

is (obsolete) part or half; in part; partially.

Carmel vs Carcel - What's the difference?

carmel | carcel |


As nouns the difference between carmel and carcel

is that carmel is alternative form of lang=en while carcel is a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 9.74 candelas.

As a proper noun Carmel

is a mountain range in Israel.

Carcel vs Carrel - What's the difference?

carcel | carrel |


As nouns the difference between carcel and carrel

is that carcel is (historical) a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 974 candelas while carrel is a partially partitioned space for studying or reading, often in a library.

Carcel vs Cancel - What's the difference?

carcel | cancel |


As nouns the difference between carcel and cancel

is that carcel is (historical) a former unit to measure the intensity of light, approximately 974 candelas while cancel is a cancellation (us ); (nonstandard in some kinds of english).

As a verb cancel is

to cross out something with lines etc.