cupulate

Cumulate vs Cupulate - What's the difference?

cumulate | cupulate |


As adjectives the difference between cumulate and cupulate

is that cumulate is accumulated, agglomerated, amassed while cupulate is cup-shaped.

As a verb cumulate

is to accumulate; to amass.

As a noun cumulate

is (geology) an igneous rock formed by the accumulation of crystals from a magma either by settling or floating.

Copulate vs Cupulate - What's the difference?

copulate | cupulate |


As adjectives the difference between copulate and cupulate

is that copulate is (obsolete) joined; associated; coupled while cupulate is cup-shaped.

As a verb copulate

is to engage in sexual intercourse.

Cupuliferous vs Cupulate - What's the difference?

cupuliferous | cupulate |


As adjectives the difference between cupuliferous and cupulate

is that cupuliferous is (botany) bearing, or furnished with, a cupule while cupulate is cup-shaped.

Cupule vs Cupulate - What's the difference?

cupule | cupulate |


As a noun cupule

is any small structure shaped like a cup, such as at the base of an acorn, or the sucker on the feet of some flies.

As an adjective cupulate is

cup-shaped.

Shaped vs Cupulate - What's the difference?

shaped | cupulate |


As adjectives the difference between shaped and cupulate

is that shaped is having been given a shape, especially a curved shape while cupulate is cup-shaped.

As a verb shaped

is (shape).

Cupulate vs Aecidium - What's the difference?

cupulate | aecidium |


As a adjective cupulate

is cup-shaped.

As a noun aecidium is

the cupulate fruiting body borne upon the mycelium of certain fungi commonly parasitic upon specimens of the compositae, lamiaceae, leguminosae, and ranunculaceae families.