paternoster

Paternoster - What does it mean?

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Elevator vs Paternoster - What's the difference?

elevator | paternoster |


As nouns the difference between elevator and paternoster

is that elevator is (us) permanent construction with a built-in platform that is lifted vertically while paternoster is the lord's prayer, especially in a roman catholic context.

As a verb paternoster is

(fishing|transitive) to try to catch (fish, etc) with a paternoster rig.

Lift vs Paternoster - What's the difference?

lift | paternoster |


As nouns the difference between lift and paternoster

is that lift is air or lift can be an act of lifting or raising while paternoster is the lord's prayer, especially in a roman catholic context.

As verbs the difference between lift and paternoster

is that lift is (intransitive) to raise or rise while paternoster is (fishing|transitive) to try to catch (fish, etc) with a paternoster rig.

Prayer vs Paternoster - What's the difference?

prayer | paternoster |


As nouns the difference between prayer and paternoster

is that prayer is a practice of communicating with one's god or prayer can be one who prays while paternoster is the lord's prayer, especially in a roman catholic context.

As a verb paternoster is

(fishing|transitive) to try to catch (fish, etc) with a paternoster rig.

Beads vs Paternoster - What's the difference?

beads | paternoster |


As nouns the difference between beads and paternoster

is that beads is while paternoster is the lord's prayer, especially in a roman catholic context.

As verbs the difference between beads and paternoster

is that beads is (bead) while paternoster is (fishing|transitive) to try to catch (fish, etc) with a paternoster rig.

String vs Paternoster - What's the difference?

string | paternoster |


As nouns the difference between string and paternoster

is that string is (countable) a long, thin and flexible structure made from threads twisted together while paternoster is the lord's prayer, especially in a roman catholic context.

As verbs the difference between string and paternoster

is that string is to put (items) on a string while paternoster is (fishing|transitive) to try to catch (fish, etc) with a paternoster rig.

Paternoster vs Gaudy - What's the difference?

paternoster | gaudy |


As nouns the difference between paternoster and gaudy

is that paternoster is the lord's prayer, especially in a roman catholic context while gaudy is one of the large beads in the rosary at which the paternoster is recited or gaudy can be a reunion held by one of the colleges of the university of oxford for alumni, normally held during the summer vacations.

As a verb paternoster

is (fishing|transitive) to try to catch (fish, etc) with a paternoster rig.

As a adjective gaudy is

very showy or ornamented, now especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner.

Paternoster vs Bead - What's the difference?

paternoster | bead |


In context|archaic|lang=en terms the difference between paternoster and bead

is that paternoster is (archaic) a patent medicine so named because the salesman would pray the lord's prayer over it before selling it while bead is (archaic) prayer, later especially with a rosary.

As nouns the difference between paternoster and bead

is that paternoster is the lord's prayer, especially in a roman catholic context while bead is (archaic) prayer, later especially with a rosary.

As a verb bead is

to form into a bead.