chia

Chia vs Chiv - What's the difference?

chia | chiv |


As nouns the difference between chia and chiv

is that chia is chia while chiv is .

As a verb chiv is

.

China vs Chia - What's the difference?

china | chia |


As nouns the difference between china and chia

is that china is the root of a climbing plant, Smilax china L., once believed to have important medicinal properties while chia is a Mexican plant, species: Salvia columbariae, related to mint; it has blue flowers and seeds from which an edible oil may be derived.

As a proper noun China

is a country in East Asia, officially named the People's Republic of China (中华人民共和国).

Cria vs Chia - What's the difference?

cria | chia |


As nouns the difference between cria and chia

is that cria is a young South American camelid (llama, vicuna, or alpaca) while chia is a Mexican plant, species: Salvia columbariae, related to mint; it has blue flowers and seeds from which an edible oil may be derived.

Chica vs Chia - What's the difference?

chica | chia |


As nouns the difference between chica and chia

is that chica is (north america|informal) a latin-american girl; a latina while chia is chia.

Chia vs Chit - What's the difference?

chia | chit |


As nouns the difference between chia and chit

is that chia is chia while chit is great-great-great-grandchild.

Chia vs Cha - What's the difference?

chia | cha |


As a noun chia

is chia.

Chia vs Chic - What's the difference?

chia | chic |


As nouns the difference between chia and chic

is that chia is chia while chic is .

Chia vs Ohia - What's the difference?

chia | ohia |


As nouns the difference between chia and ohia

is that chia is a Mexican plant, species: Salvia columbariae, related to mint; it has blue flowers and seeds from which an edible oil may be derived while ohia is either of two flowering trees of the myrtle family, especially as found in Hawaii: the pedia=1, species: Metrosideros polymorpha (native to Hawaii), and the Malay apple, species: Syzygium malaccense, (native to Southeast Asia, introduced throughout the tropics).

Chi vs Chia - What's the difference?

chi | chia |


As nouns the difference between chi and chia

is that chi is the twenty-second letter of the Classical and Modern Greek alphabets while chia is a Mexican plant, species: Salvia columbariae, related to mint; it has blue flowers and seeds from which an edible oil may be derived.

As a proper noun Chi

is qi, an ancient Chinese duchy, viscounty, and kingdom under the Zhou dynasty.

Chin vs Chia - What's the difference?

chin | chia |


As a numeral chin

is nine.

As a noun chia is

chia.

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