cushoon

Cushion vs Cushoon - What's the difference?

cushion | cushoon |


As nouns the difference between cushion and cushoon

is that cushion is a soft mass of material stuffed into a cloth bag, used for comfort or support; for sitting on, kneeling on, resting one's head on etc while cushoon is the equivalent of a regiment or brigade in 's army they were formed from four teeps (battalions).

As a verb cushion

is to furnish with cushions.

Teeps vs Cushoon - What's the difference?

teeps | cushoon |


As a noun cushoon is

the equivalent of a regiment or brigade in 's army they were formed from four teeps (battalions).

Brigade vs Cushoon - What's the difference?

brigade | cushoon |


As nouns the difference between brigade and cushoon

is that brigade is while cushoon is the equivalent of a regiment or brigade in 's army they were formed from four teeps (battalions).

Regiment vs Cushoon - What's the difference?

regiment | cushoon |


As nouns the difference between regiment and cushoon

is that regiment is regiment (army unit) while cushoon is the equivalent of a regiment or brigade in 's army they were formed from four teeps (battalions).

Koshoon vs Cushoon - What's the difference?

koshoon | cushoon | Alternative forms |

Koshoon is an alternative form of cushoon.


As a noun cushoon is

the equivalent of a regiment or brigade in 's army they were formed from four teeps (battalions).