oblate

Taxonomy vs Oblate - What's the difference?

taxonomy | oblate |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and oblate

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As an adjective oblate is

flattened or depressed at the poles.

Oblate vs Equant - What's the difference?

oblate | equant | see also |

Oblate is a see also of equant.


As nouns the difference between oblate and equant

is that oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community while equant is (obsolete|astronomy) the center of a planetary epicycle.

As adjectives the difference between oblate and equant

is that oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles while equant is having comparable measurements in all directions; equidimensional.

Oblate vs Nonoblate - What's the difference?

oblate | nonoblate |


As adjectives the difference between oblate and nonoblate

is that oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles while nonoblate is not oblate.

As a noun oblate

is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

Oblate vs Oblateness - What's the difference?

oblate | oblateness |


As nouns the difference between oblate and oblateness

is that oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community while oblateness is (uncountable) the state of being oblate.

As an adjective oblate

is flattened or depressed at the poles.

Majordomo vs Oblate - What's the difference?

majordomo | oblate |


As nouns the difference between majordomo and oblate

is that majordomo is the head servant or official in a royal spanish or italian household; later, any head servant in a wealthy household in a foreign country; a leading servant or butler while oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.

As an adjective oblate is

flattened or depressed at the poles.

Oblate vs Ellipticity - What's the difference?

oblate | ellipticity |

Oblate is a see also of ellipticity.


As nouns the difference between oblate and ellipticity

is that oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community while ellipticity is (uncountable) the condition of being elliptical (flattened from perfect circular or spherical form).

As an adjective oblate

is flattened or depressed at the poles.

Oblate vs Pippin - What's the difference?

oblate | pippin |


As nouns the difference between oblate and pippin

is that oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community while pippin is a seed or pippin can be any of several varieties of eating apple that have a yellow or green skin with patches of red.

As an adjective oblate

is flattened or depressed at the poles.

Oblate vs Foundling - What's the difference?

oblate | foundling |

Oblate is a see also of foundling.


As nouns the difference between oblate and foundling

is that oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community while foundling is an abandoned child, left by its parent(s), often a baby left at a convent or similar safe place.

As an adjective oblate

is flattened or depressed at the poles.

Oblate vs Spheroid - What's the difference?

oblate | spheroid |


As nouns the difference between oblate and spheroid

is that oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community while spheroid is a solid of revolution generated by rotating an ellipse about its major (prolate), or minor (oblate) axis.

As adjectives the difference between oblate and spheroid

is that oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles while spheroid is of a shape similar to a squashed sphere.

Oblate vs Oblong - What's the difference?

oblate | oblong | Related terms |

Oblate is a related term of oblong.


As nouns the difference between oblate and oblong

is that oblate is (roman catholic church) a person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community while oblong is something with an oblong shape.

As adjectives the difference between oblate and oblong

is that oblate is flattened or depressed at the poles while oblong is longer than wide.

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