gunship

Gunboat vs Gunship - What's the difference?

gunboat | gunship |


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between gunboat and gunship

is that gunboat is (nautical) any of various types of small armed vessel while gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

As nouns the difference between gunboat and gunship

is that gunboat is (nautical) any of various types of small armed vessel while gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

Gunshop vs Gunship - What's the difference?

gunshop | gunship |


As nouns the difference between gunshop and gunship

is that gunshop is a shop where guns are sold while gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

Unship vs Gunship - What's the difference?

unship | gunship |


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between unship and gunship

is that unship is (nautical) to remove an oar or mast from its normal position while gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

As a verb unship

is (nautical) to unload cargo from a ship or other vessel.

As a noun gunship is

(nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

Nunship vs Gunship - What's the difference?

nunship | gunship |


As nouns the difference between nunship and gunship

is that nunship is the position or role of a nun while gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

Taxonomy vs Gunship - What's the difference?

taxonomy | gunship |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and gunship

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

Helicopter vs Gunship - What's the difference?

helicopter | gunship |


As nouns the difference between helicopter and gunship

is that helicopter is an aircraft that is borne along by one or more sets of long rotating blades which allow it to hover, move in any direction including reverse, or land; and having a smaller set of blades on its tail that stabilize the aircraft while gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

As a verb helicopter

is to transport by helicopter.

Ship vs Gunship - What's the difference?

ship | gunship |


As nouns the difference between ship and gunship

is that ship is a water-borne vessel generally larger than a boat or ship can be (fandom) a fictional romantic relationship between two persons, either real or themselves fictional while gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery.

As a verb ship

is (label) to send by water-borne transport or ship can be (fandom) to write fiction that includes fictional romantic relationships between two persons, either real or themselves fictional.

What is the difference between gunship and gun?

gunship | gun | Derived terms |

Gunship is a derived term of gun.


As nouns the difference between gunship and gun

is that gunship is (nautical) a ship equipped with heavy artillery while gun is a very portable, short firearm, for hand use, which fires bullets or projectiles, such as a handgun, revolver, pistol or derringer.

As a verb gun is

to shoot someone or something, usually with a firearm or gun can be a verb used to express future action.