carving

Carving vs Incrust - What's the difference?

carving | incrust |


As verbs the difference between carving and incrust

is that carving is while incrust is to encrust.

As a noun carving

is a carved object.

Carving vs Petroglyph - What's the difference?

carving | petroglyph |


As nouns the difference between carving and petroglyph

is that carving is a carved object while petroglyph is (archaeology) a rock carving, especially one made in prehistoric times.

As a verb carving

is .

Carving vs Tafferel - What's the difference?

carving | tafferel |


As nouns the difference between carving and tafferel

is that carving is a carved object while tafferel is a carved panel.

As a verb carving

is .

Carving vs Sepiolite - What's the difference?

carving | sepiolite |


As nouns the difference between carving and sepiolite

is that carving is a carved object while sepiolite is (mineralogy) a hydrated magnesium silicate, claylike mineral used for carving into decorative articles and smoking pipes.

As a verb carving

is .

Carving vs Predella - What's the difference?

carving | predella |


As nouns the difference between carving and predella

is that carving is a carved object while predella is a raised step near the base of a christian altar.

As a verb carving

is .

Carving vs Sighting - What's the difference?

carving | sighting |


As nouns the difference between carving and sighting

is that carving is a carved object while sighting is the act of catching sight of something, especially something searched for.

As verbs the difference between carving and sighting

is that carving is while sighting is .

Carving vs Sandalwood - What's the difference?

carving | sandalwood |


As nouns the difference between carving and sandalwood

is that carving is a carved object while sandalwood is any of various tropical trees of the genus santalum , native or long naturalized in india, australia, hawaii, and many south pacific islands.

As a verb carving

is .

Carving vs Netsuke - What's the difference?

carving | netsuke |


As nouns the difference between carving and netsuke

is that carving is a carved object while netsuke is a small, often collectible, artistic carving characterized by an opening or two small holes (), most commonly made of wood or ivory, used as a fob at the end of a cord attached to a suspended pouch containing pens, medicines, or tobacco netsuke originated in feudal japan in the late 16th and 17th centuries.

As a verb carving

is .

Carving vs Champ - What's the difference?

carving | champ |


As nouns the difference between carving and champ

is that carving is a carved object while champ is (countable) or champ can be (ireland|uncountable) a meal of mashed potatoes and scallions or champ can be (informal) champagne or champ can be (architecture) the field or ground on which carving appears in relief.

As verbs the difference between carving and champ

is that carving is (carve) while champ is (ambitransitive) to bite or chew, especially noisily or impatiently.

Carving vs Statue - What's the difference?

carving | statue |


As nouns the difference between carving and statue

is that carving is a carved object while statue is a three-dimensional work of art, usually representing a person or animal, usually created by sculpting, carving, molding, or casting.

As verbs the difference between carving and statue

is that carving is (carve) while statue is to form a statue of; to make into a statue.

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