sage

Aegis vs Sage - What's the difference?

aegis | sage |


As a noun aegis

is a mythological shield associated with zeus and athena shown as a short cloak consisting of a goatskin the aegis of athena is usually shown with a border of snakes and with the head of medusa in the center the aegis is more an emblem of protection and power than an actual military shield.

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

Mugwort vs Sage - What's the difference?

mugwort | sage |


As a noun mugwort

is (botany) any of several aromatic plants of the genus artemisia native to europe and asia.

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

Basil vs Sage - What's the difference?

basil | sage |


As an acronym basil

is biphasic acid scavenging]] [[utilise|utilising ionic liquids.

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

Sage vs Nerd - What's the difference?

sage | nerd |


As a verb sage

is first-person singular indicative present form of .

As a noun nerd is

nerd (a person, often very studious, with poor social skills).

Sage vs Able - What's the difference?

sage | able |


As verbs the difference between sage and able

is that sage is first-person singular indicative present form of while able is (obsolete) to make ready .

As an adjective able is

(obsolete|passive) easy to use
.

As a noun able is

a word that is used in place of the letter "a" during communication.

Rosemary vs Sage - What's the difference?

rosemary | sage |


As a proper noun rosemary

is .

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

Hyssop vs Sage - What's the difference?

hyssop | sage |


As a noun hyssop

is any of several aromatic bushy herbs, of the genus hyssopus , native to southern europe and once used medicinally.

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

Sage vs Seeker - What's the difference?

sage | seeker |


As a verb sage

is first-person singular indicative present form of .

As a noun seeker is

one who seeks.

Sage vs Celadon - What's the difference?

sage | celadon |


As a verb sage

is first-person singular indicative present form of .

As a noun celadon is

celadon (color).

As an adjective celadon is

celadon.

Salary vs Sage - What's the difference?

salary | sage |


As verbs the difference between salary and sage

is that salary is to pay on the basis of a period of a week or longer, especially to convert from another form of compensation while sage is first-person singular indicative present form of .

As a noun salary

is a fixed amount of money paid to a worker, usually measured on a monthly or annual basis, not hourly, as wages implies a degree of professionalism and/or autonomy.

As an adjective salary

is (obsolete) saline.

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