limbate

Limbate vs Libate - What's the difference?

limbate | libate |


As an adjective limbate

is (biology|paleontology) having a distinct edge, especially one of a different colour; bordered.

As a verb libate is

to make a libation.

Limbat vs Limbate - What's the difference?

limbat | limbate |


As a noun limbat

is (archaic) a periodic cooling wind in cyprus, blowing from the northwest.

As an adjective limbate is

(biology|paleontology) having a distinct edge, especially one of a different colour; bordered.

Taxonomy vs Limbate - What's the difference?

taxonomy | limbate |


As a noun taxonomy

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

As an adjective limbate is

(biology|paleontology) having a distinct edge, especially one of a different colour; bordered.

Limbate vs Nonlimbate - What's the difference?

limbate | nonlimbate |


As adjectives the difference between limbate and nonlimbate

is that limbate is (biology|paleontology) having a distinct edge, especially one of a different colour; bordered while nonlimbate is not limbate.

Edged vs Limbate - What's the difference?

edged | limbate | Synonyms |

Edged is a synonym of limbate.


As adjectives the difference between edged and limbate

is that edged is referring to something that has a sharp planar surface while limbate is (biology|paleontology) having a distinct edge, especially one of a different colour; bordered.

As a verb edged

is past tense of to edge .

Bordered vs Limbate - What's the difference?

bordered | limbate |


As a verb bordered

is (border).

As an adjective limbate is

(biology|paleontology) having a distinct edge, especially one of a different colour; bordered.

Edge vs Limbate - What's the difference?

edge | limbate |


As a noun edge

is the boundary line of a surface.

As a verb edge

is to move an object slowly and carefully in a particular direction.

As an adjective limbate is

(biology|paleontology) having a distinct edge, especially one of a different colour; bordered.

Limbate vs Limbus - What's the difference?

limbate | limbus | Related terms |

Limbate is a related term of limbus.


As an adjective limbate

is (biology|paleontology) having a distinct edge, especially one of a different colour; bordered.

As a noun limbus is

(medicine|biology) a border of an anatomical part, such as the edge of the cornea.