elytrotomy

Winglike vs Elytrotomy - What's the difference?

winglike | elytrotomy |


As an adjective winglike

is having the characteristics of a wing.

As a noun elytrotomy is

(surgery|especially in combination) the surgical division or removal of a winglike structure.

Removal vs Elytrotomy - What's the difference?

removal | elytrotomy |


As nouns the difference between removal and elytrotomy

is that removal is the process of moving, or the fact of being removed while elytrotomy is (surgery|especially in combination) the surgical division or removal of a winglike structure.

Division vs Elytrotomy - What's the difference?

division | elytrotomy |


As nouns the difference between division and elytrotomy

is that division is division while elytrotomy is (surgery|especially in combination) the surgical division or removal of a winglike structure.

Surgical vs Elytrotomy - What's the difference?

surgical | elytrotomy |


As an adjective surgical

is of, relating to, used in, or resulting from surgery.

As a noun elytrotomy is

(surgery|especially in combination) the surgical division or removal of a winglike structure.