Peripheral vs Eisa - What's the difference?

peripheral | eisa | initialism |

Peripheral is a initialism of eisa.

As an adjective peripheral

is on the periphery or boundary.

As a noun peripheral

is (computing) a device, such as a printer or scanner, connected to a computer.

As a proper noun eisa is

(norse mythology) a minor goddess, a daughter of loki.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?



(en adjective)
  • on the periphery or boundary
  • beside the point
  • unimportant
  • auxiliary
  • (neuroanatomy) a part of or located in the peripheral nervous system
  • * {{quote-journal , year=1988 , date=1 March 1988 , author= , title=Isolation and analysis of the gene encoding peripheral myelin protein zero , journal=Neuron citation
  • , passage=We have isolated the gene encoding the Schwann cell glycoprotein P0, the major structural protein of the peripheral myelin sheath.}}

    Derived terms

    * peripherally * peripheral vision * peripheral nervous system


    (en noun)
  • (computing) a device, such as a printer or scanner, connected to a computer
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  • peripheral vision
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  • * 2014 , Bill Ladson, "Zimmerman handles left field with ease -- and no E's" on
  • I was kind of looking at the ball, keeping him in my peripheral and all of sudden I see him closing in on the ball.


    * peripheral device




    (Initialism) (head)
  • (computing) (Extended Industry Standard Architecture), a bus standard for computer peripherals.