filbert

Filbert - What does it mean?

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Acorn vs Filbert - What's the difference?

acorn | filbert |


As nouns the difference between acorn and filbert

is that acorn is the fruit of the oak, being an oval nut growing in a woody cup or cupule while filbert is the hazelnut.

Filbert vs Chestnut - What's the difference?

filbert | chestnut |


As nouns the difference between filbert and chestnut

is that filbert is the hazelnut while chestnut is a tree or shrub of the genus castanea .

As an adjective chestnut is

of a deep reddish-brown colour, like that of a chestnut.

Filbert vs Gilbert - What's the difference?

filbert | gilbert |


As nouns the difference between filbert and gilbert

is that filbert is the hazelnut while gilbert is the cgs unit of magnetomotive force equal to 07958 ampere-turns.

Filbert vs Almond - What's the difference?

filbert | almond |


As nouns the difference between filbert and almond

is that filbert is the hazelnut while almond is (countable) a type of tree nut.

As an adjective almond is

brownish, resembling the colour of an almond nut.

Cobnut vs Filbert - What's the difference?

cobnut | filbert |

Filbert is a see also of cobnut.

Cobnut is a hyponym of filbert.


As nouns the difference between cobnut and filbert

is that cobnut is the nut of the common hazel ((taxlink)); hazelnut while filbert is the hazelnut.

Ferrule vs Filbert - What's the difference?

ferrule | filbert |


As nouns the difference between ferrule and filbert

is that ferrule is a metal band or cap placed around a shaft to reinforce it or to prevent splitting while filbert is the hazelnut.

Scamel vs Filbert - What's the difference?

scamel | filbert |

Filberd vs Filbert - What's the difference?

filberd | filbert | Alternative forms |

Filberd is an alternative form of filbert.


As nouns the difference between filberd and filbert

is that filberd is (filbert) while filbert is the hazelnut.

Filbert vs Avellane - What's the difference?

filbert | avellane |


As a noun filbert

is the hazelnut.

As a adjective avellane is

(heraldry) in the form of four unhusked filberts; as, an avellane cross.

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