congenital

Congenital vs Adventitious - What's the difference?

congenital | adventitious |


As adjectives the difference between congenital and adventitious

is that congenital is (of a trait) present since birth while adventitious is from an external source; not innate or inherent, foreign.

Congenital vs Prosopagnosia - What's the difference?

congenital | prosopagnosia | Derived terms |

Congenital is a derived term of prosopagnosia.


As a adjective congenital

is (of a trait) present since birth.

As a noun prosopagnosia is

a form of visual agnosia characterised by difficulty with face recognition despite intact low-level visual processing also known as pa.

Congenitally vs Congenital - What's the difference?

congenitally | congenital |

Congenitally is a related term of congenital.


As a adverb congenitally

is in a congenital manner; from birth.

As a adjective congenital is

(of a trait) present since birth.

Genital vs Congenital - What's the difference?

genital | congenital | Related terms |

Genital is a related term of congenital.


As adjectives the difference between genital and congenital

is that genital is of, or relating to biological reproduction while congenital is (of a trait) present since birth.

As a noun genital

is (rare) the genitalia.

Birth vs Congenital - What's the difference?

birth | congenital |


As adjectives the difference between birth and congenital

is that birth is a familial relationship established by childbirth while congenital is (of a trait) present since birth.

As a noun birth

is (uncountable) the process of childbearing.

As a verb birth

is (dated|or|regional) to bear or give birth to (a child).

Congenital vs Cretin - What's the difference?

congenital | cretin |


As a adjective congenital

is (of a trait) present since birth.

As a noun cretin is

(pathology) a person who fails to develop mentally and physically due to a congenital hypothyroidism.

Congenital vs Albino - What's the difference?

congenital | albino |


As adjectives the difference between congenital and albino

is that congenital is (of a trait) present since birth while albino is congenitally lacking melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); born with albinism.

As a noun albino is

(countable) a person or animal congenitally lacking melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); one born with albinism.

Congenital vs Acquired - What's the difference?

congenital | acquired |


As adjectives the difference between congenital and acquired

is that congenital is (of a trait) present since birth while acquired is (medicine) developed postfetally; not congenital.

As a verb acquired is

(acquire).

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