crined

Crined vs Craned - What's the difference?

crined | craned |


As an adjective crined

is (heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.

As a verb craned is

(crane).

Crinel vs Crined - What's the difference?

crinel | crined |


As a noun crinel

is (obsolete|falconry).

As an adjective crined is

(heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.

Crined vs Crinet - What's the difference?

crined | crinet |


As an adjective crined

is (heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.

As a noun crinet is

(obsolete|falconry) each of the small hairs growing around a hawk's cere.

Crined vs Coined - What's the difference?

crined | coined |


As an adjective crined

is (heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.

As a verb coined is

(coin).

Cried vs Crined - What's the difference?

cried | crined |


As a verb cried

is (cry).

As an adjective crined is

(heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.

Crined vs Rined - What's the difference?

crined | rined |


As adjectives the difference between crined and rined

is that crined is (heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body while rined is (obsolete) having a rind.

Crined vs Trined - What's the difference?

crined | trined |


As an adjective crined

is (heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.

As a verb trined is

(trine).

Crined vs Cringed - What's the difference?

crined | cringed |


As an adjective crined

is (heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.

As a verb cringed is

(cringe).

Crined vs Brined - What's the difference?

crined | brined |


As an adjective crined

is (heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body.

As a verb brined is

(brine).

Crined vs Chined - What's the difference?

crined | chined |


As adjectives the difference between crined and chined

is that crined is (heraldry) having hair or a mane of a specified tincture, different from that of the body while chined is pertaining to, or having, a chine, or backbone; used in composition.

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