payor

Payor vs False - What's the difference?

payor | false |


As a noun payor

is (law|healthcare|medical insurance) the maker of a payment.

As an adjective false is

(label) one of two states of a boolean variable; logic.

Payor vs Debitor - What's the difference?

payor | debitor |


As nouns the difference between payor and debitor

is that payor is (law|healthcare|medical insurance) the maker of a payment while debitor is a debtor.

Payor vs Debtor - What's the difference?

payor | debtor |


As nouns the difference between payor and debtor

is that payor is (law|healthcare|medical insurance) the maker of a payment while debtor is (economics) a person or firm that owes money; one in debt; one who owes a debt.

Payor vs Null - What's the difference?

payor | null |


As nouns the difference between payor and null

is that payor is (law|healthcare|medical insurance) the maker of a payment while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Payor vs Node - What's the difference?

payor | node |


As a noun payor

is (law|healthcare|medical insurance) the maker of a payment.

As an abbreviation node is

.

Payor vs Undefined - What's the difference?

payor | undefined |


As a noun payor

is (law|healthcare|medical insurance) the maker of a payment.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Accountholder vs Payor - What's the difference?

accountholder | payor |


As nouns the difference between accountholder and payor

is that accountholder is someone who has an account, as with a bank while payor is the maker of a payment.

Insured vs Payor - What's the difference?

insured | payor |


As nouns the difference between insured and payor

is that insured is a person covered by an insurance policy while payor is (law|healthcare|medical insurance) the maker of a payment.

As an adjective insured

is covered by an insurance policy.

As a verb insured

is (insure).

Obligor vs Payor - What's the difference?

obligor | payor |


As nouns the difference between obligor and payor

is that obligor is the party bearing a legal obligation to another party, the obligee while payor is the maker of a payment.

Payor vs Payera - What's the difference?

payor | payera |

Payera is often a misspelling of payor.


Payera has no English definition.

As a noun payor

is the maker of a payment.

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