ursine

Ursine vs Ursane - What's the difference?

ursine | ursane |


As an adjective ursine

is of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears.

As a noun ursane is

(organic compound) a particular pentacyclic triterpene.

Ursine vs Rusine - What's the difference?

ursine | rusine |


As adjectives the difference between ursine and rusine

is that ursine is of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears while rusine is (zoology) of, like, or relating to, a deer of the genus.

Ursine vs Urine - What's the difference?

ursine | urine |


As an adjective ursine

is of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears.

As a noun urine is

urine.

Ursine vs Bearly - What's the difference?

ursine | bearly |


As adjectives the difference between ursine and bearly

is that ursine is of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears while bearly is of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears; ursine.

Arsine vs Ursine - What's the difference?

arsine | ursine |


As a noun arsine

is (inorganic compound|uncountable) a compound of arsenic and hydrogen, ash3, a colorless and exceedingly poisonous gas, having an odor like garlic.

As a adjective ursine is

of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears.

What is the difference between bristle and ursine?

bristle | ursine |


As a noun bristle

is a stiff or coarse hair.

As a verb bristle

is to be on one's guard or raise one's defenses; to react with fear, suspicion, or distance.

As a adjective ursine is

of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears.

What is the difference between ursine and bear?

ursine | bear |

Ursine is a see also of bear.


As adjectives the difference between ursine and bear

is that ursine is of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears while bear is (finance|investments) characterized by or believing to benefit of declining prices in securities markets.

As a noun bear is

a large omnivorous mammal, related to the dog and raccoon, having shaggy hair, a very small tail, and flat feet; a member of family ursidae, particularly of subfamily (taxlink).

As a verb bear is

(finance|transitive) to endeavour to depress the price of, or prices in or bear can be to carry something.