dicast

Divast vs Dicast - What's the difference?

divast | dicast |


As an adjective divast

is (obsolete) devastated; laid waste.

As a noun dicast is

(historical) a juror in ancient athens.

Diecast vs Dicast - What's the difference?

diecast | dicast |


As nouns the difference between diecast and dicast

is that diecast is while dicast is (historical) a juror in ancient athens.

As a verb diecast

is .

Athens vs Dicast - What's the difference?

athens | dicast |


As a proper noun athens

is the capital city of greece.

As a noun dicast is

(historical) a juror in ancient athens.

Juror vs Dicast - What's the difference?

juror | dicast |


As nouns the difference between juror and dicast

is that juror is juror, member of a jury while dicast is (historical) a juror in ancient athens.

Dicast vs Dicastery - What's the difference?

dicast | dicastery |


As nouns the difference between dicast and dicastery

is that dicast is (historical) a juror in ancient athens while dicastery is a term used by the vatican corresponding to ministry or department as subdivisions of the papal curia, referring to the administrative departments of the vatican city state, as well as strictly ecclesiastical departments; more often termed congregation.