As nouns the difference between pepper and lepper
is that pepper
is a plant of the family piperaceae while lepper
As a verb pepper
is to add pepper to.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
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".
* (fruit of the capsicum)
** (spicy) chili, chili pepper, chilli, hot pepper
** (mild) bell pepper, paprika, sweet pepper
* bell pepper
* chili pepper
* green pepper
* hot pepper
* pepper spray
* red pepper
* sweet pepper
* tabasco pepper
* white pepper
To add pepper to.
To strike with something made up of small particles.
To cover with lots of (something made up of small things).
To add (something) at frequent intervals.
- After the hailstorm, the beach was peppered with holes.
- He liked to pepper his conversation with long words.
A horse that jumps well.
* 1899 , Banjo Paterson,
- He's the king of all the leppers that was ever seen to lep,
(cattle) A type of Texas Longhorn, a subgroup of Butler cattle.
- A five-foot fence -- he'd clear it in a hop!
This term may have been used in Commonwealth English circles.