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Origin vs Seed - What's the difference?

origin | seed | Related terms |

Origin is a related term of seed.


As nouns the difference between origin and seed

is that origin is the beginning of something while seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

As a verb seed is

to plant or sow an area with seeds.

Seed vs Disseminate - What's the difference?

seed | disseminate |


In lang=en terms the difference between seed and disseminate

is that seed is to start; to provide, assign or determine the initial resources for, position of, state of while disseminate is to become scattered.

As verbs the difference between seed and disseminate

is that seed is to plant or sow an area with seeds while disseminate is to sow and scatter principles, ideas, opinions, and errors for growth and propagation, such as seed.

As a noun seed

is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

Bulbil vs Seed - What's the difference?

bulbil | seed |


As nouns the difference between bulbil and seed

is that bulbil is (botany) a bulb-shaped bud in the place of a flower or in a leaf axil while seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

As a verb seed is

to plant or sow an area with seeds.

Seed vs Rye - What's the difference?

seed | rye | Related terms |

Seed is a related term of rye.


As nouns the difference between seed and rye

is that seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant while rye is a grain used extensively in europe for making bread, beer, and (now generally) for animal fodder.

As a verb seed

is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

Inception vs Seed - What's the difference?

inception | seed | Related terms |

Inception is a related term of seed.


As nouns the difference between inception and seed

is that inception is the creation or beginning of something; the establishment while seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

As a verb seed is

to plant or sow an area with seeds.

Birth vs Seed - What's the difference?

birth | seed | Related terms |

Birth is a related term of seed.


In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between birth and seed

is that birth is (uncountable) the circumstances of one's background, ancestry, or upbringing while seed is (uncountable) semen.

In countable|lang=en terms the difference between birth and seed

is that birth is (countable) a beginning or start; a point of origin while seed is (countable) the initial state, condition or position of a changing, growing or developing process; the ultimate precursor in a defined chain of precursors.

As nouns the difference between birth and seed

is that birth is (uncountable) the process of childbearing; the beginning of life while seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

As verbs the difference between birth and seed

is that birth is (dated|or|regional) to bear or give birth to (a child) while seed is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

As an adjective birth

is a familial relationship established by childbirth.

Beginning vs Seed - What's the difference?

beginning | seed | Synonyms |

Beginning is a synonym of seed.


In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between beginning and seed

is that beginning is (uncountable) the act of doing that which begins anything; commencement of an action, state, or space of time; entrance into being or upon a course; the first act, effort, or state of a succession of acts or states while seed is (uncountable) semen.

As nouns the difference between beginning and seed

is that beginning is (uncountable) the act of doing that which begins anything; commencement of an action, state, or space of time; entrance into being or upon a course; the first act, effort, or state of a succession of acts or states while seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

As verbs the difference between beginning and seed

is that beginning is while seed is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

As an adjective beginning

is (informal) of or relating to the first portion of some extended thing.

Secede vs Seed - What's the difference?

secede | seed |


In lang=en terms the difference between secede and seed

is that secede is to split from or to withdraw from membership of a political union, an alliance or an organisation while seed is to start; to provide, assign or determine the initial resources for, position of, state of.

As verbs the difference between secede and seed

is that secede is to split from or to withdraw from membership of a political union, an alliance or an organisation while seed is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

As a noun seed is

(senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

Source vs Seed - What's the difference?

source | seed | Related terms |

Source is a related term of seed.


In lang=en terms the difference between source and seed

is that source is to find information about (a quotation)'s source (from which it comes): to find a citation for while seed is to start; to provide, assign or determine the initial resources for, position of, state of.

As nouns the difference between source and seed

is that source is the person, place or thing from which something (information, goods, etc) comes or is acquired while seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

As verbs the difference between source and seed

is that source is (chiefly|us) to obtain or procure: while seed is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

Seed vs Wheat - What's the difference?

seed | wheat | Related terms |

Seed is a related term of wheat.


In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between seed and wheat

is that seed is (uncountable) semen while wheat is (uncountable) a light brown colour, like that of wheat.

In countable|lang=en terms the difference between seed and wheat

is that seed is (countable) the initial state, condition or position of a changing, growing or developing process; the ultimate precursor in a defined chain of precursors while wheat is (countable) any of several cereal grains, of the genus triticum , that yields flour as used in bakery.

As nouns the difference between seed and wheat

is that seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant while wheat is (countable) any of several cereal grains, of the genus triticum , that yields flour as used in bakery.

As a verb seed

is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

As an adjective wheat is

wheaten, of a light brown colour, like that of wheat.

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