iris

Iris vs Aureola - What's the difference?

iris | aureola |


As a proper noun iris

is (female given name).

As a noun aureola is

halo, aureole, nimbus (luminous disc around the heads of saints).

Iris vs Iri - What's the difference?

iris | iri |


As a proper noun iris

is (female given name).

As a noun iri is

an irish person; irishman.

Daylily vs Iris - What's the difference?

daylily | iris |


As a noun daylily

is any of several perennial plants, of the genus hemerocallis , that have fleshy roots, grasslike leaves and colourful flowers that bloom for just one day.

As a proper noun iris is

(female given name).

Iris vs Lily - What's the difference?

iris | lily |


As proper nouns the difference between iris and lily

is that iris is (female given name) while lily is popular around 1900 and currently returning to favor.

Helen vs Iris - What's the difference?

helen | iris |


As proper nouns the difference between helen and iris

is that helen is , a french type variant of helena while iris is (female given name).

Iris vs Moroba - What's the difference?

iris | moroba |

Iris vs Aiqi - What's the difference?

iris | aiqi |

Wikidiffcom vs Iris - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | iris |


As a proper noun iris is

(female given name).

Eyeball vs Iris - What's the difference?

eyeball | iris | Related terms |

Eyeball is a related term of iris.


As a noun eyeball

is the ball of the eye.

As a verb eyeball

is to gauge, estimate or judge by eye; to look or glance at.

As a proper noun iris is

(female given name).

Iris vs Aris - What's the difference?

iris | aris |


As a proper noun iris

is (female given name).

As an adverb aris is

again.

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