pistle

Gun vs Pistle - What's the difference?

gun | pistle |


As a proper noun gun

is .

As a noun pistle is

(obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle.

Mortar vs Pistle - What's the difference?

mortar | pistle |


As nouns the difference between mortar and pistle

is that mortar is while pistle is (obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle.

Wikidiffcom vs Pistle - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | pistle |


As a noun pistle is

(obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle.

Pistle vs Carpel - What's the difference?

pistle | carpel |


As nouns the difference between pistle and carpel

is that pistle is (obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle while carpel is one of the individual female reproductive organs in a flower a carpel is composed of an ovary, a style, and a stigma, although some flowers have carpels without a distinct style in origin, carpels are leaves (megasporophylls) that have evolved to enclose the ovules the term pistil is sometimes used to refer to a single carpel or to several carpels fused together.

Pistle vs Pittle - What's the difference?

pistle | pittle |


As nouns the difference between pistle and pittle

is that pistle is (obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle while pittle is (northumbria) urine.

As a verb pittle is

(northumbria) to urinate.

Pistle vs Pistole - What's the difference?

pistle | pistole |


As nouns the difference between pistle and pistole

is that pistle is (obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle while pistole is .

Pistle vs Pestle - What's the difference?

pistle | pestle |


As nouns the difference between pistle and pestle

is that pistle is (obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle while pestle is a club-shaped, round-headed stick used in a mortar to pound, crush, rub or grind things.

As a verb pestle is

to pound, crush, rub or grind (things), as in a mortar with a pestle.

Mistle vs Pistle - What's the difference?

mistle | pistle |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between mistle and pistle

is that mistle is (obsolete) mistletoe while pistle is (obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle.

As nouns the difference between mistle and pistle

is that mistle is (obsolete) mistletoe while pistle is (obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle.

As a verb mistle

is to fall like a fine rain, to drizzle.

Piste vs Pistle - What's the difference?

piste | pistle |


As a verb piste

is .

As a noun pistle is

(obsolete) a written communication; a letter, an epistle.

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