spuria

Attribution vs Spuria - What's the difference?

attribution | spuria |


As nouns the difference between attribution and spuria

is that attribution is the act of attributing something while spuria is spurious things; especially, a counterfeit or forged written work or one of doubtful attribution.

Forged vs Spuria - What's the difference?

forged | spuria |


As an adjective forged

is fake (as documents).

As a verb forged

is to force forward against opposition.

As a noun spuria is

spurious things; especially, a counterfeit or forged written work or one of doubtful attribution.

Counterfeit vs Spuria - What's the difference?

counterfeit | spuria |


As nouns the difference between counterfeit and spuria

is that counterfeit is a non-genuine article; a fake while spuria is spurious things; especially, a counterfeit or forged written work or one of doubtful attribution.

As an adjective counterfeit

is false, especially of money; intended to deceive or carry appearance of being genuine.

As a verb counterfeit

is to falsely produce what appears to be official or valid; to produce a forged copy of.