eldest

First vs Eldest - What's the difference?

first | eldest | Synonyms |

First is a synonym of eldest.


As a noun first

is ridge (of roof).

As an adjective eldest is

(old); greatest in age or seniority.

Eldest vs Primal - What's the difference?

eldest | primal | Related terms |

Eldest is a related term of primal.


As adjectives the difference between eldest and primal

is that eldest is (old); greatest in age or seniority while primal is being the first in time, or history.

Eldest vs Aboriginal - What's the difference?

eldest | aboriginal | Related terms |

Eldest is a related term of aboriginal.


As adjectives the difference between eldest and aboriginal

is that eldest is (old); greatest in age or seniority while aboriginal is of or pertaining to australian aboriginal peoples, aborigines, or their language.

As a noun aboriginal is

an aboriginal inhabitant of australia, aborigine.

As a proper noun aboriginal is

any of the native languages spoken by australian aborigines.

Eldest - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Eldest - What's the difference?

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As an adjective eldest is

(old); greatest in age or seniority.

Original vs Eldest - What's the difference?

original | eldest | Related terms |

Original is a related term of eldest.


As a noun original

is original.

As an adjective eldest is

(old); greatest in age or seniority.

Eldest vs Maiden - What's the difference?

eldest | maiden | Related terms |

Eldest is a related term of maiden.


As an adjective eldest

is (old); greatest in age or seniority.

As a noun maiden is

morning.

Eldest vs Primitive - What's the difference?

eldest | primitive | Related terms |

Eldest is a related term of primitive.


As adjectives the difference between eldest and primitive

is that eldest is (old); greatest in age or seniority while primitive is of or pertaining to the beginning or origin, or to early times; original; primordial; primeval; first.

As a noun primitive is

an original or primary word; a word not derived from another, as opposed to (derivative).

Premier vs Eldest - What's the difference?

premier | eldest | Related terms |

Premier is a related term of eldest.


As a noun premier

is prime minister.

As an adjective eldest is

(old); greatest in age or seniority.

Earliest vs Eldest - What's the difference?

earliest | eldest | Related terms |

Earliest is a related term of eldest.


As adjectives the difference between earliest and eldest

is that earliest is (early) while eldest is (old); greatest in age or seniority.

As an adverb earliest

is (early).

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