intercalary

Intercalary vs Intercalar - What's the difference?

intercalary | intercalar |


As adjectives the difference between intercalary and intercalar

is that intercalary is (of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year) while intercalar is .

Taxonomy vs Intercalary - What's the difference?

taxonomy | intercalary |


As a noun taxonomy

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

As an adjective intercalary is

(of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year).

Intercalary vs Epagomenal - What's the difference?

intercalary | epagomenal |


As adjectives the difference between intercalary and epagomenal

is that intercalary is (of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year) while epagomenal is intercalary.

Bissextile vs Intercalary - What's the difference?

bissextile | intercalary |

Bissextile is a see also of intercalary.


As adjectives the difference between bissextile and intercalary

is that bissextile is having an extra day (of a leap year) while intercalary is (of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year).

As a noun bissextile

is a leap year; a year having an extra day.

Intercalation vs Intercalary - What's the difference?

intercalation | intercalary | Related terms |

Intercalary is a related term of intercalation.

Intercalation is a related term of intercalary.


As a noun intercalation

is a period inserted into a calendar as in a leap year.

As a adjective intercalary is

(of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year).

Intercalarily vs Intercalary - What's the difference?

intercalarily | intercalary | Derived terms |

Intercalarily is a derived term of intercalary.


As a adverb intercalarily

is in an intercalary manner.

As a adjective intercalary is

(of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year).

Apical vs Intercalary - What's the difference?

apical | intercalary |


As adjectives the difference between apical and intercalary

is that apical is of or connected with the apex while intercalary is (of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year).

As a noun apical

is (phonetics) a sound produced by obstructing the air passage with the tip of the tongue.

Shoot vs Intercalary - What's the difference?

shoot | intercalary |


As a verb shoot

is to launch a projectile.

As a noun shoot

is the emerging stem and embryonic leaves of a new plant.

As a interjection shoot

is .

As a adjective intercalary is

(of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year).

Tissue vs Intercalary - What's the difference?

tissue | intercalary |


As a noun tissue

is thin, woven, gauze-like fabric.

As a verb tissue

is to form tissue of; to interweave.

As a adjective intercalary is

(of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year).

Permanent vs Intercalary - What's the difference?

permanent | intercalary |


As adjectives the difference between permanent and intercalary

is that permanent is without end, eternal while intercalary is (of a time period) inserted between others; leap (as in leap day or leap year).

As a noun permanent

is a chemical hair treatment imparting or removing curliness, whose effects typically last for a period of weeks; a perm.

As a verb permanent

is (dated) to perm (the hair).

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