griffin

Manticore vs Griffin - What's the difference?

manticore | griffin |


As a noun manticore

is (persian mythology ), (greek mythology) a beast with the body of a lion (usually red), the tail of a scorpion, and the head/face of a man with a mouth filled with multiple rows of sharp teeth (like a shark), said to be able to shoot spikes from its tail or mane to paralyse prey may be horned, winged, or both; its voice is described as a mixture of pipes and trumpets.

As a proper noun griffin is

, the anglicized form of both the Ó gríobhtha (ballygriffey co clare) and Ó grifín (dingle, co kerry) clans.

Wyatt vs Griffin - What's the difference?

wyatt | griffin |


As proper nouns the difference between wyatt and griffin

is that wyatt is while griffin is , the anglicized form of both the Ó gríobhtha (ballygriffey co clare) and Ó grifín (dingle, co kerry) clans.

Wikidiffcom vs Griffin - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | griffin |


As a proper noun griffin is

, the anglicized form of both the Ó gríobhtha (ballygriffey co clare) and Ó grifín (dingle, co kerry) clans.

Griffin vs Hippogriffs - What's the difference?

griffin | hippogriffs |


As a proper noun griffin

is , the anglicized form of both the Ó gríobhtha (ballygriffey co clare) and Ó grifín (dingle, co kerry) clans.

As a noun hippogriffs is

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Griffin vs Hypergriff - What's the difference?

griffin | hypergriff |

Phoenix vs Griffin - What's the difference?

phoenix | griffin |


As proper nouns the difference between phoenix and griffin

is that phoenix is while griffin is , the anglicized form of both the Ó gríobhtha (ballygriffey co clare) and Ó grifín (dingle, co kerry) clans.

Hippogryph vs Griffin - What's the difference?

hippogryph | griffin |


As a noun hippogryph

is .

As a proper noun griffin is

, the anglicized form of both the Ó gríobhtha (ballygriffey co clare) and Ó grifín (dingle, co kerry) clans.

Thomas vs Griffin - What's the difference?

thomas | griffin |


As proper nouns the difference between thomas and griffin

is that thomas is an apostle, best remembered for doubting the resurrection of jesus while griffin is , the anglicized form of both the Ó gríobhtha (ballygriffey co clare) and Ó grifín (dingle, co kerry) clans.

As a noun thomas

is (derogatory|christianity) an infidel (in reference to the doubting apostle).

Griffin vs Griff - What's the difference?

griffin | griff |


As a proper noun griffin

is , the anglicized form of both the Ó gríobhtha (ballygriffey co clare) and Ó grifín (dingle, co kerry) clans.

As a noun griff is

(india) griffin, (white) newcomer or griff can be (obsolete) grasp; reach or griff can be (colloquial|slang) marijuana.

Pegasus vs Griffin - What's the difference?

pegasus | griffin |


As nouns the difference between pegasus and griffin

is that pegasus is a winged horse (imaginary or mythical, sometimes figurative) while griffin is a mythical beast having the body of a lion and the wings and head of an eagle.

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