deme

Deme vs Demic - What's the difference?

deme | demic |


As a verb deme

is .

As an adjective demic is

(rare) of or pertaining to a distinct population of people.

Sand vs Deme - What's the difference?

sand | deme |


As nouns the difference between sand and deme

is that sand is (label) rock that is ground more finely than gravel, but is not as fine as silt (more formally, see ), forming beaches and deserts and also used in construction while deme is a township or other subdivision of ancient.

As an adjective sand

is of a light beige colour, like that of typical sand.

As a verb sand

is to abrade the surface of (something) with sand or sandpaper in order to smooth or clean it.

Demesman vs Deme - What's the difference?

demesman | deme | Derived terms |

Demesman is a derived term of deme.


As nouns the difference between demesman and deme

is that demesman is a member of the same deme; a member of the same township in attica in greece of the classical period while deme is a township or other subdivision of ancient.

Animals vs Deme - What's the difference?

animals | deme |


As nouns the difference between animals and deme

is that animals is while deme is a township or other subdivision of ancient.

Plants vs Deme - What's the difference?

plants | deme |


As nouns the difference between plants and deme

is that plants is while deme is a township or other subdivision of ancient.

As a verb plants

is (plant).

Population vs Deme - What's the difference?

population | deme |


As nouns the difference between population and deme

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while deme is a township or other subdivision of ancient.

Township vs Deme - What's the difference?

township | deme |


As nouns the difference between township and deme

is that township is the territory of a town; a subdivision of a county while deme is a township or other subdivision of ancient.

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