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baby

Baby vs Calf - What's the difference?

baby | calf |


As nouns the difference between baby and calf

is that baby is baby (infant) while calf is a young cow or bull or calf can be (anatomy) the back of the leg below the knee.

Merry vs Baby - What's the difference?

merry | baby |


As a proper noun merry

is originally a nickname for a merry person.

As a noun baby is

baby (infant).

Dingo vs Baby - What's the difference?

dingo | baby |


As a proper noun dingo

is goofy (cartoon character).

As a noun baby is

baby (infant).

Stroller vs Baby - What's the difference?

stroller | baby |


As nouns the difference between stroller and baby

is that stroller is a seat or chair on wheels, pushed by somebody walking behind it, typically used for transporting babies and young children while baby is baby (infant).

Auntie vs Baby - What's the difference?

auntie | baby |


As a proper noun auntie

is (uk) an affectionate nickname for the bbc.

As a noun baby is

baby (infant).

Bathing vs Baby - What's the difference?

bathing | baby |


As nouns the difference between bathing and baby

is that bathing is the act of taking a bath while baby is baby (infant).

As an adjective bathing

is designed for use whilst bathing.

As a verb bathing

is or bathing can be .

Baby vs Pamper - What's the difference?

baby | pamper |


As a noun baby

is baby (infant).

As a verb pamper is

to treat with excessive care, attention or indulgence.

Mommy vs Baby - What's the difference?

mommy | baby |


As a proper noun mommy

is (chiefly|used by young children) one's mother.

As a noun baby is

baby (infant).

Crew vs Baby - What's the difference?

crew | baby |


As nouns the difference between crew and baby

is that crew is a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat, or airplane or crew can be (british|dialectal) a pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs or crew can be the manx shearwater while baby is baby (infant).

As a verb crew

is to be a member of a vessel's crew or crew can be (british) (crow) to have made the characteristic sound of a rooster.

Crib vs Baby - What's the difference?

crib | baby |


As nouns the difference between crib and baby

is that crib is (us) a baby’s bed (british and australasian cot) with high, often slatted, often moveable sides, suitable for a child who has outgrown a cradle or bassinet while baby is baby (infant).

As a verb crib

is to place or confine in a crib.

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