turnip

Turnip vs Tip - What's the difference?

turnip | tip |


As nouns the difference between turnip and tip

is that turnip is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle while tip is type.

Poop vs Turnip - What's the difference?

poop | turnip |


As nouns the difference between poop and turnip

is that poop is the stern of a ship or poop can be (often|childish) excrement or poop can be a set of data or general information, written or spoken, usually concerning machinery or a process or poop can be a slothful person while turnip is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle.

As a verb poop

is to break seawater with the poop of a vessel, especially the poop deck or poop can be (obsolete|intransitive) to make a short blast on a horn or poop can be to tire, exhaust often used with out .

Turnout vs Turnip - What's the difference?

turnout | turnip |


As nouns the difference between turnout and turnip

is that turnout is attendance; crowd while turnip is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle.

Turnip vs Potatoey - What's the difference?

turnip | potatoey |


As a noun turnip

is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle.

As an adjective potatoey is

like potatoes in texture, flavour, etc.

Turnip vs Apple - What's the difference?

turnip | apple |


As a noun turnip

is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle.

As a proper noun apple is

a nickname for new york city, usually “the big apple”.

Turnip vs Cabbage - What's the difference?

turnip | cabbage |


As nouns the difference between turnip and cabbage

is that turnip is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle while cabbage is an edible plant ( ) having a head of green leaves.

As a verb cabbage is

to form a head like that of the cabbage.

Beetroot vs Turnip - What's the difference?

beetroot | turnip |


As nouns the difference between beetroot and turnip

is that beetroot is a normally deep red coloured cultivar of the beet a root vegetable usually cooked or pickled before eating while turnip is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle.

Purple vs Turnip - What's the difference?

purple | turnip |


As a proper noun purple

is (rare).

As a noun turnip is

the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle.

Parsley vs Turnip - What's the difference?

parsley | turnip |


As nouns the difference between parsley and turnip

is that parsley is (countable|uncountable) a bright green, biennial herb, petroselinum crispum'' or ''petroselinum neapolitanum having either flat or curled leaves while turnip is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle.

Turnip vs Beet - What's the difference?

turnip | beet |


As nouns the difference between turnip and beet

is that turnip is the white root of a yellow-flowered plant, brassica rapa , grown as a vegetable and as fodder for cattle while beet is bed (for plants).

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