chield

Chield vs Shield - What's the difference?

chield | shield |


As nouns the difference between chield and shield

is that chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap while shield is anything that protects or defends; defense; shelter; protection.

As a verb shield is

to protect, to defend.

Chiels vs Chield - What's the difference?

chiels | chield |


As nouns the difference between chiels and chield

is that chiels is while chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap.

Chield vs Hield - What's the difference?

chield | hield |


As nouns the difference between chield and hield

is that chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap while hield is an inclination; a cant.

As a verb hield is

to bend; incline; tilt (as a water-vessel or ship); heel.

Taxonomy vs Chield - What's the difference?

taxonomy | chield |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and chield

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap.

Chap vs Chield - What's the difference?

chap | chield |


In scotland|lang=en terms the difference between chap and chield

is that chap is (scotland) a blow; a rap while chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap.

As nouns the difference between chap and chield

is that chap is (dated|outside|uk|and|australia) a man, a fellow or chap can be a cleft, crack, or chink, as in the surface of the earth, or in the skin or chap can be (archaic) the jaw (often in plural) while chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap.

As a verb chap

is of the skin, to split or flake due to cold weather or dryness.

Fellow vs Chield - What's the difference?

fellow | chield |


As nouns the difference between fellow and chield

is that fellow is (lb) a colleague or partner while chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap.

As an adjective fellow

is having common characteristics; being of the same kind, or in the same group.

As a verb fellow

is to suit with; to pair with; to match.

Man vs Chield - What's the difference?

man | chield |


As a pronoun man

is i.

As a noun chield is

(scotland) a man; a fellow, chap.

Childe vs Chield - What's the difference?

childe | chield | Alternative forms |

Childe is an alternative form of chield.


As nouns the difference between childe and chield

is that childe is a child of noble birth while chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap.

Chiel vs Chield - What's the difference?

chiel | chield | Alternative forms |

Chiel is an alternative form of chield.


As nouns the difference between chiel and chield

is that chiel is while chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap.

What is the difference between chield and child?

chield | child | Related terms |

Chield is a related term of child.


As nouns the difference between chield and child

is that chield is (scotland) a man; a fellow, chap while child is a daughter or son; an offspring.