lambkin

Lambkin - What does it mean?

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Lambkin vs Lambskin - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between lambkin and lambskin

is that lambkin is a young lamb, a very young sheep while lambskin is the skin of a very young sheep, especially prepared with the fleece still attached this is a very fine form of leather.

Endearment vs Lambkin - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between endearment and lambkin

is that endearment is the act or process of endearing, of causing (something or someone) to be loved or to be the object of affection while lambkin is a young lamb, a very young sheep.

Sheep vs Lambkin - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between sheep and lambkin

is that sheep is a woolly ruminant of the genus ovis while lambkin is a young lamb, a very young sheep.

Lamb vs Lambkin - What's the difference?

lamb | lambkin |


As nouns the difference between lamb and lambkin

is that lamb is a young sheep while lambkin is a young lamb, a very young sheep.

As a verb lamb

is of a sheep, to give birth.