Dilving vs Diving - What's the difference?

dilving | diving |


As nouns the difference between dilving and diving

is that dilving is (obsolete|mining) the shaking of tin ore in a sieve held underwater so that the waste flows out, leaving the tin behind while diving is the action of the verb to dive in any sense.

As a verb diving is

.

As an adjective diving is

that or who dives or dive.

dilving

English

Alternative forms

* delving

Noun

(-)
  • (obsolete, mining) The shaking of tin ore in a sieve held underwater so that the waste flows out, leaving the tin behind.
  • diving

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • Noun

    (wikipedia diving)
  • The action of the verb to dive in any sense.
  • The sport of jumping head first into water.
  • The practice of swimming underwater, especially using a scuba system, and especially for recreation.
  • Derived terms

    * altitude diving * buddy diving * cage diving, cage-diving * cave diving, cave-diving * clearance diving * cliff diving, cliff-diving * deep diving * deep-sea diving * diving bell, diving-bell * diving board, diving-board * diving boat * diving chamber * diving cylinder * diving dress, diving-dress * diving event * diving helmet * diving mask * diving medicine * diving plane, diving-plane * diving platform * diving reel * diving reflex * diving regulator * diving shot * diving suit, diving-suit * diving support vessel * drift diving * ducking and diving * dumpster diving, dumpster-diving * fancy diving * fire diving * free diving, free-diving, freediving * group diving * ice diving * kayak diving * mammalian diving reflex * mud diving * muff diving, muff-diving * naval diving * night diving * no clear surface diving * Olympic diving * open-water diving * pearl diving, pearl-diving * penetration diving * plunge diving * police diving * professional diving * recreational diving * saturation diving * scuba diving, scuba-diving * skin diving, skin-diving, skindiving * skip diving * sky diving, sky-diving, skydiving * snorkel diving * solo diving * sport diving * stage diving, stage-diving * surface supplied diving * synchronised diving, synchronized diving * technical diving * trash diving * wreck diving

    Adjective

    (-)
  • That or who dives or dive.
  • Derived terms

    * coastal diving bird * diving beetle * diving duck * diving goiter, diving goitre * diving header * diving loop * diving petrel, diving-petrel * diving-pigeon * the Diving Saucer * diving spider, diving-spider * Law's diving-goose

    See also

    * diving stone

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