eques

Ques vs Eques - What's the difference?

ques | eques |


As nouns the difference between ques and eques

is that ques is while eques is (historical|ancient rome) a member of the (equestrian order) (latin: ordo equester ), the lower of the two aristocratic classes of ancient rome, ranking below the patricians.

Eques vs Deques - What's the difference?

eques | deques |


As nouns the difference between eques and deques

is that eques is (historical|ancient rome) a member of the (equestrian order) (latin: ordo equester ), the lower of the two aristocratic classes of ancient rome, ranking below the patricians while deques is .

Patrician vs Eques - What's the difference?

patrician | eques |


As nouns the difference between patrician and eques

is that patrician is originally, a member of any of the families constituting the populus romanus, or body of roman citizens, before the development of the plebeian order; later, one who, by right of birth or by special privilege conferred, belonged to the senior class of romans, who, with certain property, had by right a seat in the roman senate while eques is (historical|ancient rome) a member of the (equestrian order) (latin: ordo equester ), the lower of the two aristocratic classes of ancient rome, ranking below the patricians.

As a adjective patrician

is of or pertaining to the roman patres (fathers) or senators, or patricians.

Class vs Eques - What's the difference?

class | eques |


As nouns the difference between class and eques

is that class is (countable) a group, collection, category or set sharing characteristics or attributes while eques is (historical|ancient rome) a member of the (equestrian order) (latin: ordo equester ), the lower of the two aristocratic classes of ancient rome, ranking below the patricians.

As a verb class

is to assign to a class; to classify.

As a adjective class

is (irish|british|slang) great; fabulous.

Aristocratic vs Eques - What's the difference?

aristocratic | eques |


As a adjective aristocratic

is of or pertaining to an aristocracy; consisting in, or favoring, a government of nobles, or principal men.

As a noun eques is

(historical|ancient rome) a member of the (equestrian order) (latin: ordo equester ), the lower of the two aristocratic classes of ancient rome, ranking below the patricians.