spetum

Mucus vs Spetum - What's the difference?

mucus | spetum |


As nouns the difference between mucus and spetum

is that mucus is (physiology) a slippery secretion from the lining of the mucous membranes while spetum is a medieval long spear with two sharp tapering blades projecting forward at 45 degrees with the blunt side facing the opponent.

Spetum vs Sputum - What's the difference?

spetum | sputum |


As nouns the difference between spetum and sputum

is that spetum is a medieval long spear with two sharp tapering blades projecting forward at 45 degrees with the blunt side facing the opponent while sputum is (physiology) matter coughed up and expectorated from the mouth, composed of saliva and discharges from the respiratory passages such as mucus, phlegm or pus.

Septum vs Spetum - What's the difference?

septum | spetum |


As nouns the difference between septum and spetum

is that septum is (anatomy) a wall separating two cavities; a partition; as, the nasal septum while spetum is a medieval long spear with two sharp tapering blades projecting forward at 45 degrees with the blunt side facing the opponent.

Spear vs Spetum - What's the difference?

spear | spetum |


As a proper noun spear

is .

As a noun spetum is

a medieval long spear with two sharp tapering blades projecting forward at 45 degrees with the blunt side facing the opponent.

Medieval vs Spetum - What's the difference?

medieval | spetum |


As an adjective medieval

is medieval (of or relating to the middle ages).

As a noun spetum is

a medieval long spear with two sharp tapering blades projecting forward at 45 degrees with the blunt side facing the opponent.

Spetum vs Ranseur - What's the difference?

spetum | ranseur |

Spetum is a see also of ranseur.


As nouns the difference between spetum and ranseur

is that spetum is a medieval long spear with two sharp tapering blades projecting forward at 45 degrees with the blunt side facing the opponent while ranseur is any of several types of spear with a long sharp end and two projections on each side.