Pepper vs Lepper - What's the difference?

pepper | lepper |


As nouns the difference between pepper and lepper

is that pepper is a plant of the family piperaceae while lepper is .

As a verb pepper

is to add pepper to.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

pepper

English

Noun

  • A plant of the family Piperaceae.
  • (uncountable) A spice prepared from the fermented, dried, unripe berries of this plant.
  • A fruit of the capsicum: red, green, yellow or white, hollow and containing seeds, and in very spicy and mild varieties.
  • (baseball) A game used by baseball players to warm up where fielders standing close to a batter rapidly return the batted ball to be hit again
  • Some ballparks have signs saying "No pepper games".

    Synonyms

    * (fruit of the capsicum) ** (spicy) chili, chili pepper, chilli, hot pepper ** (mild) bell pepper, paprika, sweet pepper

    Derived terms

    * bell pepper * chili pepper * green pepper * hot pepper * pepper spray * red pepper * sweet pepper * tabasco pepper * white pepper

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To add pepper to.
  • To strike with something made up of small particles.
  • To cover with lots of (something made up of small things).
  • After the hailstorm, the beach was peppered with holes.
  • To add (something) at frequent intervals.
  • He liked to pepper his conversation with long words.

    See also

    * salt * * 1000 English basic words

    lepper

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A horse that jumps well.
  • * 1899 , Banjo Paterson,
  • He's the king of all the leppers that was ever seen to lep,
    A five-foot fence -- he'd clear it in a hop!
  • (cattle) A type of Texas Longhorn, a subgroup of Butler cattle.
  • Usage notes

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