Motivator vs Momentum - What's the difference?

motivator | momentum |

As nouns the difference between motivator and momentum

is that motivator is while momentum is .




(en noun)
  • Agent noun of motivate; one who motivates.
  • English agent nouns



  • (physics) (of a body in motion) The tendency of a body to maintain its inertial motion; the product of its mass and velocity.
  • The impetus, either of a body in motion, or of an idea or course of events. (i.e: a moment)
  • * 1843, Nathaniel Hawthorne, "The Old Apple Dealer", in Mosses from an Old Manse
  • The travellers swarm forth from the cars. All are full of the momentum which they have caught from their mode of conveyance.
  • * 1882, Thomas Hardy, Two on a Tower
  • Their intention to become husband and wife, at first halting and timorous, had accumulated momentum with the lapse of hours, till it now bore down every obstacle in its course.
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