Trojans vs Spartan - What's the difference?

trojans | spartan |

As nouns the difference between trojans and spartan

is that trojans is plural of Trojan while Spartan is a red apple cultivar from British Columbia, Canada.

As an adjective spartan is

austere, frugal, characterized by self-denial.

As a proper noun Spartan is

a citizen of Sparta.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?




  • spartan



    (en adjective)
  • Austere, frugal, characterized by self-denial.
  • I went on the retreat to the monastery, thinking I would be sleeping in a spartan cell, only to discover a simple but comfortable bedroom.
  • Resolute in the face of danger or adversity.
  • The spartan legionaries vowed to fight to the death.
  • Lacking in decoration and luxury.
  • After ten years as a fashion designer in the rough-and-tumble Garment District, Eloise left New York for the spartan but serene life of a farmer's wife.