vermicide

Vermifuge vs Vermicide - What's the difference?

vermifuge | vermicide |


As nouns the difference between vermifuge and vermicide

is that vermifuge is (medicine|dated) a drug that causes the expulsion or death of intestinal worms, such as tapeworms while vermicide is any substance used to kill worms, especially parasitic intestinal worms.

As an adjective vermifuge

is (medicine|dated) referring to something that acts as a drug to cause expulsion or death of intestinal worms.

Verbicide vs Vermicide - What's the difference?

verbicide | vermicide |


As nouns the difference between verbicide and vermicide

is that verbicide is the destruction or elimination of a word while vermicide is any substance used to kill worms, especially parasitic intestinal worms.

Vermicide vs Germicide - What's the difference?

vermicide | germicide |


As nouns the difference between vermicide and germicide

is that vermicide is any substance used to kill worms, especially parasitic intestinal worms while germicide is an agent that kills pathogenic organisms; a disinfectant.

Vermicide vs Vermin - What's the difference?

vermicide | vermin |


As nouns the difference between vermicide and vermin

is that vermicide is any substance used to kill worms, especially parasitic intestinal worms while vermin is (countable|or|uncountable) any one of various common types of small insects or animals which cause harm and annoyance.

Vermicidal vs Vermicide - What's the difference?

vermicidal | vermicide | Derived terms |

Vermicidal is a derived term of vermicide.


As an adjective vermicidal

is serving to kill worms, as a vermicide.

As a noun vermicide is

any substance used to kill worms, especially parasitic intestinal worms.

Intestinal vs Vermicide - What's the difference?

intestinal | vermicide |


As an adjective intestinal

is relating to the intestines.

As a noun vermicide is

any substance used to kill worms, especially parasitic intestinal worms.

Parasitic vs Vermicide - What's the difference?

parasitic | vermicide |


As nouns the difference between parasitic and vermicide

is that parasitic is (computing) component of a circuit that does not show up in a circuit's schematic but does show up in the circuit's behavior while vermicide is any substance used to kill worms, especially parasitic intestinal worms.

As an adjective parasitic

is pertaining to a biological or symbolic parasite.

Worm vs Vermicide - What's the difference?

worm | vermicide |


As nouns the difference between worm and vermicide

is that worm is a generally tubular invertebrate of the annelid phylum while vermicide is any substance used to kill worms, especially parasitic intestinal worms.

As a verb worm

is (label) to make (one's way) with a crawling motion.