child

Child vs Actofgod - What's the difference?

child | actofgod |

Huge vs Child - What's the difference?

huge | child |


As an adjective huge

is very large.

As a noun child is

a daughter or son; an offspring.

Tandardrabic vs Child - What's the difference?

tandardrabic | child |


As a noun child is

a daughter or son; an offspring.

Lalafell vs Child - What's the difference?

lalafell | child |


As a noun child is

a daughter or son; an offspring.

Pgogency vs Child - What's the difference?

pgogency | child |


As a noun child is

a daughter or son; an offspring.

Child vs Posterity - What's the difference?

child | posterity | Related terms |

Child is a related term of posterity.


As nouns the difference between child and posterity

is that child is a daughter or son; an offspring while posterity is all the future generations, especially the descendants of a specific person.

Child vs Scion - What's the difference?

child | scion | Related terms |

Child is a related term of scion.


As nouns the difference between child and scion

is that child is a daughter or son; an offspring while scion is a descendant, especially a first-generation descendant.

Child vs Heirs - What's the difference?

child | heirs | Related terms |

Child is a related term of heirs.


As nouns the difference between child and heirs

is that child is a daughter or son; an offspring while heirs is .

Increase vs Child - What's the difference?

increase | child | Related terms |

Increase is a related term of child.


As nouns the difference between increase and child

is that increase is an amount by which a quantity is increased while child is a daughter or son; an offspring.

As a verb increase

is (of a quantity) to become larger.

Child vs Litter - What's the difference?

child | litter | Related terms |

Child is a related term of litter.


As nouns the difference between child and litter

is that child is a daughter or son; an offspring while litter is (countable) a platform mounted on two shafts, or a more elaborate construction, designed to be carried by two (or more) people to transport one (in luxury models sometimes more) third person(s) or (occasionally in the elaborate version) a cargo, such as a religious idol.

As a verb litter is

to drop or throw trash without properly disposing of it (as discarding in public areas rather than trash receptacles).

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