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Corn vs Banana - What's the difference?

corn | banana |


In uncountable terms the difference between corn and banana

is that corn is short for corn snow. A type of granular snow formed by repeated melting and re-freezing, often in mountain spring conditions while banana is a yellow colour, like that of a banana's skin.

As nouns the difference between corn and banana

is that corn is the main cereal plant grown for its grain in a given region, such as oats in parts of Scotland and Ireland, and wheat or barley in England and Wales while banana is an elongated curved fruit, which grows in bunches, and has a sweet creamy flesh and a smooth yellow skin.

As a verb corn

is to granulate; to form a substance into grains.

As an adjective banana is

curved like a banana, especially of a ball in flight.

As an acronym BANANA is

Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anyone (or) Anything. Someone who objects to the building of any structure in their neighborhood, especially in public policy debate. Used as an expression of irritation towards people who are thought of as being worse than NIMBYs.

Corn vs Carrot - What's the difference?

corn | carrot |


As nouns the difference between corn and carrot

is that corn is drinking horn, flagon while carrot is a vegetable with a nutritious, juicy, orange, sweet root, daucus carota in the family apiaceae.

Corn vs Quarantine - What's the difference?

corn | quarantine |


As nouns the difference between corn and quarantine

is that corn is drinking horn, flagon while quarantine is a desert in which christ fasted for 40 days according to the bible or quarantine can be a sanitary measure to prevent the spread of a contagious plague by isolating those believed to be infected.

As a verb quarantine is

to retain in obligatory isolation or separation, as a sanitary measure to prevent the spread of contagious disease.

Corn vs Trash - What's the difference?

corn | trash |


As nouns the difference between corn and trash

is that corn is drinking horn, flagon while trash is (chiefly|us) useless things to be discarded; rubbish; refuse.

As a verb trash is

(us) to discard.

Lettuce vs Corn - What's the difference?

lettuce | corn |


In uncountable terms the difference between lettuce and corn

is that lettuce is the leaves of the lettuce plant, eaten as a vegetable; as a dish often mixed with other ingredients, dressing etc while corn is short for corn snow. A type of granular snow formed by repeated melting and re-freezing, often in mountain spring conditions.

As nouns the difference between lettuce and corn

is that lettuce is an edible plant, Lactuca sativa and its close relatives, having a head of green and/or purple leaves while corn is the main cereal plant grown for its grain in a given region, such as oats in parts of Scotland and Ireland, and wheat or barley in England and Wales.

As a verb corn is

to granulate; to form a substance into grains.

Cake vs Corn - What's the difference?

cake | corn |


As nouns the difference between cake and corn

is that cake is a rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar and eggs and baked in an oven, and often covered in icing while corn is drinking horn, flagon.

As a verb cake

is coat (something) with a crust of solid material or cake can be (uk|dialect|obsolete|intransitive) to cackle like a goose.

Comfortable vs Corn - What's the difference?

comfortable | corn |


As nouns the difference between comfortable and corn

is that comfortable is (us) a stuffed or quilted coverlet for a bed; a comforter while corn is drinking horn, flagon.

As an adjective comfortable

is (lb) comforting, providing comfort; consolatory.

Stay vs Corn - What's the difference?

stay | corn |


As nouns the difference between stay and corn

is that stay is (nautical) a strong rope supporting a mast, and leading from the head of one mast down to some other, or other part of the vessel or stay can be a prop; a support while corn is drinking horn, flagon.

As a verb stay

is (nautical) to incline forward, aft, or to one side by means of stays or stay can be to prop; support; sustain; hold up; steady.

As an adjective stay

is steep; ascending.

As an adverb stay

is steeply.

Corn vs Spike - What's the difference?

corn | spike |


As a noun corn

is drinking horn, flagon.

As a proper noun spike is

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Corn vs Children - What's the difference?

corn | children |


As nouns the difference between corn and children

is that corn is drinking horn, flagon while children is .

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