serpent

Serpent vs Serpentigenous - What's the difference?

serpent | serpentigenous |


As a noun serpent

is a snake.

As a verb serpent

is (label) to wind; to encircle.

As an adjective serpentigenous is

(obsolete) bred of a serpent.

Serpent vs Serpentry - What's the difference?

serpent | serpentry |


As nouns the difference between serpent and serpentry

is that serpent is a snake while serpentry is a winding like a serpent's.

As a verb serpent

is (label) to wind; to encircle.

Serpent vs Amphisbaena - What's the difference?

serpent | amphisbaena |


As nouns the difference between serpent and amphisbaena

is that serpent is a snake while amphisbaena is a mythical serpent having a head at each end of its body, able to move in either direction.

As a verb serpent

is (label) to wind; to encircle.

Serpent vs Couatl - What's the difference?

serpent | couatl |


As nouns the difference between serpent and couatl

is that serpent is a snake while couatl is a feathered flying serpent with psionic abilities .

As a verb serpent

is (label) to wind; to encircle.

Serpent vs Hydrus - What's the difference?

serpent | hydrus |


As nouns the difference between serpent and hydrus

is that serpent is a snake while hydrus is a water-snake.

As a verb serpent

is (label) to wind; to encircle.

Serpent vs Hydra - What's the difference?

serpent | hydra |


As nouns the difference between serpent and hydra

is that serpent is a snake while hydra is any of several small freshwater polyps of the genus hydra and related genera, having a naked cylindrical body and an oral opening surrounded by tentacles.

As a verb serpent

is (label) to wind; to encircle.

Serpent vs Spire - What's the difference?

serpent | spire |


As nouns the difference between serpent and spire

is that serpent is a snake while spire is or spire can be one of the sinuous foldings of a serpent or other reptile; a coil.

As verbs the difference between serpent and spire

is that serpent is (obsolete) to wind; to encircle while spire is of a seed, plant etc: to sprout, to send forth the early shoots of growth; to germinate or spire can be (obsolete) to breathe.

Serpent vs Ophidian - What's the difference?

serpent | ophidian |


As nouns the difference between serpent and ophidian

is that serpent is a snake while ophidian is any species of the suborder serpentes; a snake or serpent.

As a verb serpent

is (obsolete) to wind; to encircle.

As a adjective ophidian is

of or pertaining to the suborder serpentes; of, related to, or characteristic of a snake or serpent.

Serpent vs Ouroboros - What's the difference?

serpent | ouroboros |


As nouns the difference between serpent and ouroboros

is that serpent is a snake while ouroboros is a serpent, dragon or worm who eats its own tail, a representation of the continuous cycle of life and death.

As a verb serpent

is (obsolete) to wind; to encircle.

Serpent vs Adder - What's the difference?

serpent | adder |


As nouns the difference between serpent and adder

is that serpent is a snake while adder is (obsolete) a snake or adder can be someone who or something which performs arithmetic addition; a machine for adding numbers.

As a verb serpent

is (obsolete) to wind; to encircle.

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