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Fond vs Cond - What's the difference?

fond | cond |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between fond and cond

is that fond is (obsolete) to caress; to fondle while cond is (obsolete) to con (a ship).

As adjectives the difference between fond and cond

is that fond is (chiefly|with of) having a liking or affection (for) while cond is abbreviation of conditional.

As verbs the difference between fond and cond

is that fond is (obsolete) to have a foolish affection for, to be fond of while cond is (obsolete) to con (a ship).

As a noun fond

is the background design in lace-making.

Contd vs Cond - What's the difference?

contd | cond |


As an abbreviation contd

is continued.

As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

As a verb cond is

(obsolete) to con (a ship).

Conk vs Cond - What's the difference?

conk | cond |


As verbs the difference between conk and cond

is that conk is (slang) to hit, especially on the head while cond is (obsolete) to con (a ship).

As a noun conk

is the shelf- or bracket-shaped fruiting body of a bracket fungus'' (aka ''shelf fungus''), ''ie , a mushroom growing off a tree trunk.

As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

Condo vs Cond - What's the difference?

condo | cond |


As a noun condo

is condom.

As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

As a verb cond is

(obsolete) to con (a ship).

Cond vs Cony - What's the difference?

cond | cony |


In obsolete terms the difference between cond and cony

is that cond is to con (a ship) while cony is a simpleton; one who may be taken in by a cony-catcher.

As an adjective cond

is abbreviation of conditional.

As a verb cond

is to con (a ship).

As a noun cony is

a rabbit, especially the European rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus (formerly known as species: Lepus cuniculus).

Cord vs Cond - What's the difference?

cord | cond |


As verbs the difference between cord and cond

is that cord is agree while cond is (obsolete) to con (a ship).

As a noun cord

is cord, line.

As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

Cold vs Cond - What's the difference?

cold | cond |


In obsolete terms the difference between cold and cond

is that cold is not sensitive; not acute while cond is to con (a ship).

As adjectives the difference between cold and cond

is that cold is having a low temperature while cond is abbreviation of conditional.

As a noun cold

is a condition of low temperature.

As an adverb cold

is while at low temperature.

As a verb cond is

to con (a ship).

Cod vs Cond - What's the difference?

cod | cond |


As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

As a verb cond is

(obsolete) to con (a ship).

Pond vs Cond - What's the difference?

pond | cond |


In obsolete terms the difference between pond and cond

is that pond is to ponder while cond is to con (a ship).

As verbs the difference between pond and cond

is that pond is to block the flow of water so that it can escape only through evaporation or seepage; to dam while cond is to con (a ship).

As a noun pond

is an inland body of standing water, either natural or man-made, that is smaller than a lake.

As a proper noun Pond

is {{surname|lang=en}.

As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

Con vs Cond - What's the difference?

con | cond |


As a noun con

is cone.

As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

As a verb cond is

(obsolete) to con (a ship).

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