Batskin vs Ratskin - What's the difference?

batskin | ratskin |


As nouns the difference between batskin and ratskin

is that batskin is the hide of a bat while ratskin is the hide of a rat.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

batskin

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • The hide of a bat.
  • * 1990 , Belinda Hurmence, A Girl Called Boy , Clarion Books, New York, page 137:
  • She said presently, in a normal tone, "You never saw such a nasty mess of roots and chicken eyes and dried blood and batskins and skulls of toads as Muh kept."
  • * 2008 , Jim C. Hines, Goblin War , Daw Books, New York:
  • A handful of weapons sat beside a batskin mattress filled with dried grasses.
  • * 2007 , Eva Ibbotson, A Company of Swans , Speak, page 318:
  • Manuclo's baby was said to have smiled his first undoubted smile at her; Manuelo's mother-in- law gave her a charm against rheumatism: a pleasing confection of batskins , jaguar claws and human teeth.

    ratskin

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • The hide of a rat.