Hypernyms

What is the difference between protestant and lutheran?

protestant | lutheran | Hypernyms |

Protestant is a hypernym of lutheran.


As a adjective protestant

is (protestant).

As a noun lutheran is

a lutheran (a member of a lutheran church).

What is the difference between abrahamism and christianity?

abrahamism | christianity | Hypernyms |

Abrahamism is a hypernym of christianity.

What is the difference between monotheism and christianity?

monotheism | christianity | Hypernyms |

Monotheism is a hypernym of christianity.


As a noun monotheism

is the belief in a single deity (one god or goddess); especially within an organized religion.

What is the difference between retribution and punishment?

retribution | punishment | Hypernyms |

Punishment is a hypernym of retribution.


As nouns the difference between retribution and punishment

is that retribution is punishment inflicted in the spirit of moral outrage or personal vengeance while punishment is the act or process of punishing, imposing and/or applying a sanction.

What is the difference between feint and appel?

feint | appel | Hypernyms |

Feint is a hypernym of appel.


As verbs the difference between feint and appel

is that feint is to make a feint, or mock attack while appel is (appeal).

As nouns the difference between feint and appel

is that feint is a movement made to confuse the opponent, a dummy while appel is (fencing) an act of striking the ground with the leading foot to frighten, distract, or mislead one's opponent.

As a adjective feint

is (obsolete) feigned; counterfeit.

What is the difference between litigator and plaintiff?

litigator | plaintiff | Hypernyms |

Litigator is a hypernym of plaintiff.


As nouns the difference between litigator and plaintiff

is that litigator is a person employed to litigate, a lawyer skilled in arguing in court while plaintiff is (legal) a party bringing a suit in civil law against a defendant; accusers.

What is the difference between litigant and defendant?

litigant | defendant | Hypernyms |

Litigant is a hypernym of defendant.


In context|legal|lang=en terms the difference between litigant and defendant

is that litigant is (legal) a party suing or being sued in a lawsuit, or otherwise calling upon the judicial process to determine the outcome of a suit while defendant is (legal) in criminal proceedings, the accused.

As nouns the difference between litigant and defendant

is that litigant is (legal) a party suing or being sued in a lawsuit, or otherwise calling upon the judicial process to determine the outcome of a suit while defendant is (legal) in civil proceedings, the party responding to the complaint; one who is sued and called upon to make satisfaction for a wrong complained of by another.

As adjectives the difference between litigant and defendant

is that litigant is disposed to litigate; contending in law; engaged in a lawsuit while defendant is serving, or suitable, for defense; defensive.

What is the difference between afv and tank?

afv | tank | Hypernyms |

Afv is a hypernym of tank.

What is the difference between produce and output?

produce | output | Hypernyms |

Output is a hypernym of produce.


As verbs the difference between produce and output

is that produce is to yield, make or manufacture; to generate while output is (economics) to produce, create, or complete.

As nouns the difference between produce and output

is that produce is items produced while output is (economics) production; quantity produced, created, or completed.

What is the difference between institution and university?

institution | university | Hypernyms |

Institution is a hypernym of university.


As nouns the difference between institution and university

is that institution is an established organisation, especially one dedicated to education, public service, culture or the care of the destitute, poor etc while university is institution of higher education (typically accepting students from the age of about 17 or 18, depending on country, but in some exceptional cases able to take younger students) where subjects are studied and researched in depth and degrees are offered.

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