culm

Culm vs Clump - What's the difference?

culm | clump |


As a proper noun culm

is a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

As a noun clump is

a cluster or lump; an unshaped piece or mass.

As a verb clump is

to form clusters or lumps.

Culm vs Caudex - What's the difference?

culm | caudex |


As a proper noun culm

is a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

As a noun caudex is

(botany) an enlargement of the stem, branch or root of a woody plant, usually serving to store water.

Wikidiffcom vs Culm - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | culm |


As a proper noun culm is

a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

Culm - What does it mean?

culm | |

Cull vs Culm - What's the difference?

cull | culm |


As a verb cull

is to pick or take someone or something (from a larger group).

As a noun cull

is a selection or cull can be (slang|dialectal) a fool, gullible person; a dupe.

As a proper noun culm is

a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

Zulm vs Culm - What's the difference?

zulm | culm |


As a noun zulm

is (islam) sin, wrong-doing, injustice.

As a proper noun culm is

a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

Culb vs Culm - What's the difference?

culb | culm |


As a noun culb

is (obsolete|rare) a glass retort.

As a proper noun culm is

a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

Culm vs Mulm - What's the difference?

culm | mulm |


As a proper noun culm

is a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

As a noun mulm is

the sludge that collects at the bottom of an aquarium, consisting of fish excrement, decaying plant matter, and other assorted dreck.

Culm vs Culd - What's the difference?

culm | culd |


As a proper noun culm

is a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

As a verb culd is

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Cult vs Culm - What's the difference?

cult | culm |


As a noun cult

is a group of people with a religious, philosophical or cultural identity sometimes viewed as a sect, often existing on the margins of society or exploitative towards its members.

As an adjective cult

is of, or relating to a cult.

As a proper noun culm is

a german bishopric, founded in 1234.

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