claw

Claw vs Fang - What's the difference?

claw | fang |


As a proper noun claw

is .

Claw vs Plier - What's the difference?

claw | plier |


As a proper noun claw

is .

As a noun plier is

one who plies.

Claw vs Horn - What's the difference?

claw | horn |


As proper nouns the difference between claw and horn

is that claw is while horn is one of the names of freyja.

Claw vs D - What's the difference?

claw | d |


As a proper noun claw

is .

As a letter d is

the fourth letter of the.

As a numeral d is

cardinal number five hundred (500).

As a symbol d is

deuterium, when it needs to be distinguished from ordinary hydrogen.

Clamp vs Claw - What's the difference?

clamp | claw |


As a noun clamp

is a brace, band, or clasp for strengthening or holding things together.

As a verb clamp

is (intransitive) to fasten in place or together with (or as if with) a clamp .

As a proper noun claw is

.

Claw vs Talo - What's the difference?

claw | talo |


As a proper noun claw

is .

As a noun talo is

heel.

Claw vs Tallon - What's the difference?

claw | tallon |

Claw vs Maul - What's the difference?

claw | maul |


As a proper noun claw

is .

As a noun maul is

mouth of an animal.

Claw vs Dewclawhttps - What's the difference?

claw | dewclawhttps |

Claw vs Lacerate - What's the difference?

claw | lacerate | Synonyms |

Claw is a synonym of lacerate.


As a proper noun claw

is .

As a verb lacerate is

to tear, rip or wound.

As an adjective lacerate is

(botany) jagged, as if torn or lacerated.

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