pindar

Terms vs Pindar - What's the difference?

terms | pindar |


As nouns the difference between terms and pindar

is that terms is while pindar is .

Pindar vs Pindal - What's the difference?

pindar | pindal |


As nouns the difference between pindar and pindal

is that pindar is while pindal is (obsolete|west indies) the peanut (arachis hypogaea ).

Pindar vs Qindar - What's the difference?

pindar | qindar |


As nouns the difference between pindar and qindar

is that pindar is while qindar is .

Pindar vs Pinda - What's the difference?

pindar | pinda |


As nouns the difference between pindar and pinda

is that pindar is while pinda is a peanut, the nut-like pod containing the edible seed(s) of a leguminous plant.

Pindar vs Pinder - What's the difference?

pindar | pinder |


As nouns the difference between pindar and pinder

is that pindar is while pinder is (obsolete) one who impounds; a poundkeeper.

Pindar vs Pandar - What's the difference?

pindar | pandar |


As nouns the difference between pindar and pandar

is that pindar is while pandar is (obsolete) a person who furthers the illicit love-affairs of others; a pimp or procurer, especially when male.

As a verb pandar is

to pander (assist in the gratification of).

Pindarian vs Pindar - What's the difference?

pindarian | pindar | Derived terms |

Pindarian is a derived term of pindar.


As an adjective pindarian

is of or relating to the ancient greek poet pindar.

As a noun pindar is

.

Pindaresque vs Pindar - What's the difference?

pindaresque | pindar | Derived terms |

Pindaresque is a derived term of pindar.


As an adjective pindaresque

is reminiscent of the work of the ancient greek poet pindar.

As a noun pindar is

.

Thebes vs Pindar - What's the difference?

thebes | pindar |


As a proper noun thebes

is (dated).

As a noun pindar is

.

Pindar vs Pindaric - What's the difference?

pindar | pindaric |


As nouns the difference between pindar and pindaric

is that pindar is while pindaric is an ode of an irregular form erroneously derived from pindar, popular in the late 17th and early 18th centuries.

As an adjective pindaric is

of or pertaining to pindar.