chick

Hatchling vs Chick - What's the difference?

hatchling | chick |


As nouns the difference between hatchling and chick

is that hatchling is a newly hatched bird, reptile or other animal that has emerged from an egg while chick is a young bird.

As a verb chick is

(obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Chick vs Nestling - What's the difference?

chick | nestling |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between chick and nestling

is that chick is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate while nestling is (obsolete) a nest; a receptacle.

As nouns the difference between chick and nestling

is that chick is a young bird while nestling is a small bird that is still confined to the nest or nestling can be the act of one who nestles.

As verbs the difference between chick and nestling

is that chick is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate while nestling is .

Chick vs Chook - What's the difference?

chick | chook |


As nouns the difference between chick and chook

is that chick is a young bird while chook is (australia|new zealand|slang) a hen; a cooked chicken; a chicken dressed for cooking.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Chick vs Cool - What's the difference?

chick | cool |


As a noun chick

is a young bird.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As an acronym cool is

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Gal vs Chick - What's the difference?

gal | chick |


As a proper noun gal

is gaul.

As a noun chick is

a young bird.

As a verb chick is

(obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Duck vs Chick - What's the difference?

duck | chick |


As a proper noun duck

is .

As a noun chick is

a young bird.

As a verb chick is

(obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Chick vs Pullet - What's the difference?

chick | pullet |


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between chick and pullet

is that chick is (slang) a woman (especially one who is young and/or attractive) while pullet is (slang) a spineless person; a coward.

As nouns the difference between chick and pullet

is that chick is a young bird while pullet is a young hen, especially one less than a year old.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Lizard vs Chick - What's the difference?

lizard | chick |


As nouns the difference between lizard and chick

is that lizard is any reptile of the order squamata, usually having four legs, external ear openings, movable eyelids and a long slender body and tail while chick is a young bird.

As a verb chick is

(obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

Awaken vs Chick - What's the difference?

awaken | chick |


As verbs the difference between awaken and chick

is that awaken is to cause to become awake while chick is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As a noun chick is

a young bird.

Chick vs Pupa - What's the difference?

chick | pupa |


As a noun chick

is a young bird.

As a verb chick

is (obsolete) to sprout, as seed does in the ground; to vegetate.

As a proper noun pupa is

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