shive

Shive vs Shide - What's the difference?

shive | shide |


As nouns the difference between shive and shide

is that shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be while shide is a thin board; a billet of wood; splinter.

Shine vs Shive - What's the difference?

shine | shive |


As nouns the difference between shine and shive

is that shine is brightness from a source of light while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb shine

is to emit light or shine can be to cause (something) to shine; put a shine on (something); polish (something).

Taxonomy vs Shive - What's the difference?

taxonomy | shive |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and shive

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

Shive vs Hempcrete - What's the difference?

shive | hempcrete |


As nouns the difference between shive and hempcrete

is that shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be while hempcrete is a mixture of hemp shives and lime (possibly including sand, pozzolans, or cement) used as a material for construction and insulation.

Shive vs Chib - What's the difference?

shive | chib | Alternative forms |

Shive is an alternative form of chib.


As nouns the difference between shive and chib

is that shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be while chib is (scotland|geordie|slang) a shiv (makeshift knife).

As a verb chib is

(scotland|geordie|slang) to shiv (stab).

Paper vs Shive - What's the difference?

paper | shive |


As nouns the difference between paper and shive

is that paper is a sheet material used for writing on or printing on (or as a non-waterproof container), usually made by draining cellulose fibres from a suspension in water while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As an adjective paper

is made of paper.

As a verb paper

is to apply paper to.

Splinter vs Shive - What's the difference?

splinter | shive |


As nouns the difference between splinter and shive

is that splinter is a long, sharp fragment of material, often wood while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb splinter

is to come apart into long sharp fragments.

Cork vs Shive - What's the difference?

cork | shive |


As nouns the difference between cork and shive

is that cork is (uncountable) the bark of the cork oak, which is very light and porous and used for making bottle stoppers, flotation devices, and insulation material or cork can be (snowboarding) a snowboarding aerialist maneuver involving a rotation where the rider goes heels over head, with the board overhead while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb cork

is to seal or stop up, especially with a cork stopper or cork can be (snowboarding) to perform such a maneuver.

As an adjective cork

is (snowboarding) having the property of a head over heels rotation.

Plank vs Shive - What's the difference?

plank | shive |


As nouns the difference between plank and shive

is that plank is a long, broad and thick piece of timber, as opposed to a board which is less thick while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb plank

is to cover something with planking.

Beam vs Shive - What's the difference?

beam | shive |


As nouns the difference between beam and shive

is that beam is any large piece of timber or iron long in proportion to its thickness, and prepared for use while shive is a slice, especially of bread or shive can be (obsolete) a splinter; a particle of fluff on the surface of cloth or other material or shive can be or shive can be .

As a verb beam

is (ambitransitive) to emit beams of light; shine; radiate.

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