sheng

Shent vs Sheng - What's the difference?

shent | sheng |


As a verb shent

is (shend).

Heng vs Sheng - What's the difference?

heng | sheng |


As a noun heng

is a character (ꜧ), combining an h and an eng, which stands for the hypothetical phoneme in english which includes both [h] and [ŋ] as its allophones.

Shend vs Sheng - What's the difference?

shend | sheng |


As a verb shend

is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

Sheng vs Cheng - What's the difference?

sheng | cheng |


As a proper noun cheng is

of chinese origin.

Sheng vs Sho - What's the difference?

sheng | sho |


As nouns the difference between sheng and sho

is that sheng is a chinese wind instrument, being a free-reed mouth organ consisting of 13 or more bamboo pipes of various lengths, which are fixed at their bases in a wind chest made from a dried gourd (or, more recently, wood or chrome-plated brass) while sho is a japanese free reed musical instrument similar to the sheng or sho can be a letter of the greek alphabet used to write the bactrian language: uppercase.

As an adverb sho is

(us|dialect|south|african american vernacular english) nonstandard spelling of sure, based on dialectal pronunciation.

Gourd vs Sheng - What's the difference?

gourd | sheng |


As nouns the difference between gourd and sheng

is that gourd is any of the trailing or climbing vines producing fruit with a hard rind or shell, from the genera lagenaria'' and ''cucurbita (in cucurbitaceae) while sheng is a chinese wind instrument, being a free-reed mouth organ consisting of 13 or more bamboo pipes of various lengths, which are fixed at their bases in a wind chest made from a dried gourd (or, more recently, wood or chrome-plated brass).

Bamboo vs Sheng - What's the difference?

bamboo | sheng |


As nouns the difference between bamboo and sheng

is that bamboo is a grass of the poaceae family, characterised by its woody, hollow, round, straight, jointed stem, all of which are in the tribe while sheng is a chinese wind instrument, being a free-reed mouth organ consisting of 13 or more bamboo pipes of various lengths, which are fixed at their bases in a wind chest made from a dried gourd (or, more recently, wood or chrome-plated brass).

As a adjective bamboo

is made of the wood of the bamboo.

As a verb bamboo

is to flog with a bamboo cane.

Pipe vs Sheng - What's the difference?

pipe | sheng |


As nouns the difference between pipe and sheng

is that pipe is (lb) wind instrument while sheng is a chinese wind instrument, being a free-reed mouth organ consisting of 13 or more bamboo pipes of various lengths, which are fixed at their bases in a wind chest made from a dried gourd (or, more recently, wood or chrome-plated brass).

As a verb pipe

is to convey or transport (something) by means of pipes.

Chinese vs Sheng - What's the difference?

chinese | sheng |