elemental

Elemental vs Atomic - What's the difference?

elemental | atomic |


As adjectives the difference between elemental and atomic

is that elemental is (chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound) while atomic is atomic.

As a noun elemental

is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water.

Elemental vs Ingrained - What's the difference?

elemental | ingrained | Related terms |

Elemental is a related term of ingrained.


As adjectives the difference between elemental and ingrained

is that elemental is (chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound) while ingrained is being an element; present in the essence of a thing.

As a noun elemental

is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water.

As a verb ingrained is

(ingrain).

Ingredient vs Elemental - What's the difference?

ingredient | elemental | Related terms |

Ingredient is a related term of elemental.


As nouns the difference between ingredient and elemental

is that ingredient is ingredient while elemental is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water.

As an adjective elemental is

(chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound).

Elemental vs Congenital - What's the difference?

elemental | congenital | Related terms |

Elemental is a related term of congenital.


As adjectives the difference between elemental and congenital

is that elemental is (chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound) while congenital is congenital: originating before birth and continuing or progressing thereafter.

As a noun elemental

is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water.

Elemental vs Original - What's the difference?

elemental | original | Related terms |

Elemental is a related term of original.


As nouns the difference between elemental and original

is that elemental is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water while original is original.

As an adjective elemental

is (chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound).

Elemental vs Simple - What's the difference?

elemental | simple | Related terms |

Elemental is a related term of simple.


As adjectives the difference between elemental and simple

is that elemental is (chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound) while simple is uncomplicated; taken by itself, with nothing added.

As nouns the difference between elemental and simple

is that elemental is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water while simple is (medicine) a preparation made from one plant, as opposed to something made from more than one plant.

As a verb simple is

(transitive|intransitive|archaic) to gather simples, ie, medicinal herbs.

Member vs Elemental - What's the difference?

member | elemental | Related terms |

Member is a related term of elemental.


As nouns the difference between member and elemental

is that member is member (person) while elemental is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water.

As an adjective elemental is

(chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound).

Composing vs Elemental - What's the difference?

composing | elemental | Related terms |

Composing is a related term of elemental.


As a verb composing

is .

As an adjective elemental is

(chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound).

As a noun elemental is

(fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water.

Elemental vs Instinctive - What's the difference?

elemental | instinctive | Related terms |

Elemental is a related term of instinctive.


As adjectives the difference between elemental and instinctive

is that elemental is (chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound) while instinctive is related to or prompted by instinct.

As a noun elemental

is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water.

Elemental vs Primary - What's the difference?

elemental | primary | Related terms |

Elemental is a related term of primary.


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between elemental and primary

is that elemental is (chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound) while primary is (chemistry) illustrating, possessing, or characterized by, some quality or property in the first degree; having undergone the first stage of substitution or replacement.

As adjectives the difference between elemental and primary

is that elemental is (chemistry) of, relating to, or being an element (as opposed to a compound) while primary is the first in a group or series.

As nouns the difference between elemental and primary

is that elemental is (fantasy) a creature (usually a spirit) that is attuned with, or composed of, one of the classical elements: air, earth, fire and water they sometimes have unique proper names and sometimes are referred to as air, earth, fire, or water while primary is a primary election; a preliminary election to select a political candidate of a political party.

As a verb primary is

(us|intransitive) to take part in a primary election.

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