illness

Virus vs Illness - What's the difference?

virus | illness |


As nouns the difference between virus and illness

is that virus is virus while illness is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

Illness vs Harm - What's the difference?

illness | harm |


As a noun illness

is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

As a proper noun harm is

, low german, derived from herman, meaning "army man".

Cure vs Illness - What's the difference?

cure | illness |


As nouns the difference between cure and illness

is that cure is priest bearing the responsibility of a parish a vicar (church of england) while illness is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

As a verb cure

is .

Dimension vs Illness - What's the difference?

dimension | illness |


As nouns the difference between dimension and illness

is that dimension is dimension while illness is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

Illness vs Illnesses - What's the difference?

illness | illnesses |


As nouns the difference between illness and illnesses

is that illness is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health while illnesses is .

Illness vs Disaster - What's the difference?

illness | disaster |


As nouns the difference between illness and disaster

is that illness is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health while disaster is .

Illness vs Nosema - What's the difference?

illness | nosema |


As a noun illness

is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

As a proper noun nosema is

.

Confusion vs Illness - What's the difference?

confusion | illness | Related terms |

Confusion is a related term of illness.


As nouns the difference between confusion and illness

is that confusion is confusion while illness is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

Dysentery vs Illness - What's the difference?

dysentery | illness |


As nouns the difference between dysentery and illness

is that dysentery is (pathology) a disease characterised by inflammation of the intestines, especially the colon (large intestine), accompanied by pus (white blood cells) in the feces, fever, pain in the abdomen, high volume of diarrhea, and possible blood in the feces while illness is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

Tumult vs Illness - What's the difference?

tumult | illness | Related terms |

Tumult is a related term of illness.


As nouns the difference between tumult and illness

is that tumult is tumult, ruckus, row while illness is (countable) an instance of a disease or poor health.

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