clavus

Clavus vs Cavus - What's the difference?

clavus | cavus |


As nouns the difference between clavus and cavus

is that clavus is a callous growth, especially on the foot; a corn while cavus is (geology) in planetary geology, it is used to refer to irregular steep-sided depressions that do not seem to be impact craters.

Cladus vs Clavus - What's the difference?

cladus | clavus |


As nouns the difference between cladus and clavus

is that cladus is (botany) a branch of a ramose spicule (collectively form the cladome) while clavus is a callous growth, especially on the foot; a corn.

Clavus vs Clavis - What's the difference?

clavus | clavis |


As nouns the difference between clavus and clavis

is that clavus is a callous growth, especially on the foot; a corn while clavis is (archaeology) a roman key.

Clavus vs Claves - What's the difference?

clavus | claves |


As nouns the difference between clavus and claves

is that clavus is a callous growth, especially on the foot; a corn while claves is (musical instruments) claves are a percussion instrument, consisting of two sticks or blocks, in which one is struck against the other in order to produce a sound.

Clavus vs Corn - What's the difference?

clavus | corn |

Clavus is a synonym of corn.


As nouns the difference between clavus and corn

is that clavus is a callous growth, especially on the foot; a corn while corn is (uncountable) a cereal plant grown for its grain, specifically the main such plant grown in a given region, such as oats in parts of scotland and ireland, wheat or barley in england and wales, and maize or sweetcorn in the americas or corn can be a type of callus, usually on the feet or hands or corn can be (us|canada) something (eg acting, humour, music, or writing) which is deemed old-fashioned or intended to induce emotion or corn can be (uncountable) short for corn snow a type of granular snow formed by repeated melting and re-freezing, often in mountain spring conditions.

As a verb corn is

(us|canada) to granulate; to form a substance into grains.