milch

Mich vs Milch - What's the difference?

mich | milch |


As a noun mich

is (military|us|initialism) (modular integrated communications helmet).

As an adjective milch is

(dated) giving milk.

Milch vs Mitch - What's the difference?

milch | mitch |


As an adjective milch

is (dated) giving milk.

As a proper noun mitch is

.

Milch vs Pilch - What's the difference?

milch | pilch |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between milch and pilch

is that milch is (obsolete) tender; pitiful; weeping while pilch is (obsolete) a gown or case of skin, or one trimmed or lined with fur.

As an adjective milch

is (dated) giving milk.

As a noun pilch is

(obsolete) a gown or case of skin, or one trimmed or lined with fur.

Milchy vs Milch - What's the difference?

milchy | milch |


As adjectives the difference between milchy and milch

is that milchy is milk-giving; abounding in milk while milch is (dated) giving milk.

Filch vs Milch - What's the difference?

filch | milch |


As a verb filch

is to steal, to illegally take possession of.

As an adjective milch is

(dated) giving milk.

Milch vs Minch - What's the difference?

milch | minch |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between milch and minch

is that milch is (obsolete) tender; pitiful; weeping while minch is (obsolete) a nun.

As an adjective milch

is (dated) giving milk.

As a noun minch is

(obsolete) a nun.

Zilch vs Milch - What's the difference?

zilch | milch |


As a proper noun zilch

is .

As an adjective milch is

(dated) giving milk.

Mulch vs Milch - What's the difference?

mulch | milch |


As a noun mulch

is mulch.

As an adjective milch is

(dated) giving milk.

What is the difference between milch and milk?

milch | milk |

Milch is a related term of milk.


As a adjective milch

is (dated) giving milk.

As a noun milk is

(uncountable) a white liquid produced by the mammary glands of female mammals to nourish their young from certain animals, especially cows, it is a common food for humans as a beverage or used to produce various dairy products such as butter, cheese, and yogurt.

As a verb milk is

to express milk from (a mammal, especially a cow).