maim

Meme vs Maim - What's the difference?

meme | maim |


As a noun meme

is mother.

As a verb maim is

to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body.

Severe vs Maim - What's the difference?

severe | maim |


As an adjective severe

is severe, harsh.

As a verb maim is

to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body.

Maim vs Injury - What's the difference?

maim | injury |


As verbs the difference between maim and injury

is that maim is to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body while injury is (obsolete) to wrong, to injure.

As a noun injury is

damage to the body of a human or animal.

Maim vs Incapacitate - What's the difference?

maim | incapacitate |


As verbs the difference between maim and incapacitate

is that maim is to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body while incapacitate is to make incapable (of doing something).

Madam vs Maim - What's the difference?

madam | maim |


As a noun madam

is french governess.

As a verb maim is

to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body.

Batter vs Maim - What's the difference?

batter | maim |


As verbs the difference between batter and maim

is that batter is to hit or strike violently and repeatedly or batter can be (architecture) to slope (of walls, buildings etc) while maim is to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body.

As a noun batter

is a beaten mixture of flour and liquid (usually egg and milk), used for baking (eg pancakes, cake, or yorkshire pudding) or to coat food (eg fish) prior to frying or batter can be an incline on the outer face of a built wall or batter can be (baseball) the player attempting to hit the ball with a bat.

Maim vs Mutilation - What's the difference?

maim | mutilation |


As a verb maim

is to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body.

As a noun mutilation is

the act of mutilating or the state of being mutilated.

Halt vs Maim - What's the difference?

halt | maim |


As verbs the difference between halt and maim

is that halt is while maim is to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body.

Maim vs Unable - What's the difference?

maim | unable |


As a verb maim

is to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body.

As an adjective unable is

not able; lacking a certain ability.

Maim vs Bruise - What's the difference?

maim | bruise | Related terms |

Maim is a related term of bruise.


As verbs the difference between maim and bruise

is that maim is to wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb or part of the body while bruise is to strike (a person), originally with something flat or heavy, but now specifically in such a way as to discolour the skin without breaking it.

As a noun bruise is

(medicine) a purplish mark on the skin due to leakage of blood from capillaries under the surface that have been damaged by a blow.

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