corvid

Ravenlike vs Corvid - What's the difference?

ravenlike | corvid |


As adjectives the difference between ravenlike and corvid

is that ravenlike is resembling a raven or some aspect of one while corvid is pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

As a noun corvid is

a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc.

Corvid vs Coreid - What's the difference?

corvid | coreid |


As nouns the difference between corvid and coreid

is that corvid is a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc while coreid is (zoology) any member of the coreidae.

As an adjective corvid

is pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

Corvid vs Cervid - What's the difference?

corvid | cervid |


As nouns the difference between corvid and cervid

is that corvid is a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc while cervid is (zoology) any animal (such as the deer) of the family cervidae.

As an adjective corvid

is pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

Treepie vs Corvid - What's the difference?

treepie | corvid |


As nouns the difference between treepie and corvid

is that treepie is four closely related genera (dendrocitta'', ''crypsirina'', ''temnurus'' and as of recently also ''platysmurus ) of arboreal long-tailed passerine birds in the family corvidae while corvid is a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc.

As an adjective corvid is

pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

Chough vs Corvid - What's the difference?

chough | corvid |


As nouns the difference between chough and corvid

is that chough is two species of bird of the genus pyrrhocorax in the crow family corvidae that breed mainly in high mountains and on coastal sea cliffs of eurasia while corvid is a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc.

As an adjective corvid is

pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

Jay vs Corvid - What's the difference?

jay | corvid |


As a proper noun jay

is a nickname for james, jason, or for any male name beginning with a "j"; also used as a formal given name.

As an adjective corvid is

pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

As a noun corvid is

a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc.

Raven vs Corvid - What's the difference?

raven | corvid |


As nouns the difference between raven and corvid

is that raven is while corvid is a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc.

As an adjective corvid is

pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

Crow vs Corvid - What's the difference?

crow | corvid |


As a proper noun crow

is a native american tribe or crow can be .

As an adjective corvid is

pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

As a noun corvid is

a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc.

Bird vs Corvid - What's the difference?

bird | corvid |


As a proper noun bird

is .

As an adjective corvid is

pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

As a noun corvid is

a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc.

Corvidae vs Corvid - What's the difference?

corvidae | corvid |


As a proper noun corvidae

is .

As an adjective corvid is

pertaining to or resembling the corvidae .

As a noun corvid is

a member of the bird family corvidae , including crows, ravens, jays, choughs, treepies etc.