Taxonomy vs Inebrious - What's the difference?

taxonomy | inebrious |

As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective inebrious is

(archaic) intoxicated; drunk.

Inebrious vs Inebriate - What's the difference?

inebrious | inebriate | Derived terms |

Inebrious is a derived term of inebriate.

As adjectives the difference between inebrious and inebriate

is that inebrious is (archaic) intoxicated; drunk while inebriate is intoxicated; drunk.

As a noun inebriate is

a person who is intoxicated, especially one who is habitually drunk.

As a verb inebriate is

to cause to be drunk; to intoxicate.