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radish

Radish vs Relish - What's the difference?

radish | relish |


As nouns the difference between radish and relish

is that radish is a plant of the Brassicaceae family, Raphanus sativus, having an edible root while relish is a pleasing taste; flavor that gratifies the palate; hence, enjoyable quality; power of pleasing.

As a verb relish is

to taste; to have a specified taste or flavour.

Roadish vs Radish - What's the difference?

roadish | radish |


As an adjective roadish

is of or characteristic of a road or roadways; associated with being on the road or with road-travel.

As a noun radish is

a plant of the brassicaceae'' family, ''raphanus sativus , having an edible root.

Fadish vs Radish - What's the difference?

fadish | radish |


As an adjective fadish

is having the characteristics of a fad.

As a noun radish is

a plant of the Brassicaceae family, Raphanus sativus, having an edible root.

Radish vs Rawish - What's the difference?

radish | rawish |


As a noun radish

is a plant of the brassicaceae'' family, ''raphanus sativus , having an edible root.

As an adjective rawish is

somewhat raw.

Ravish vs Radish - What's the difference?

ravish | radish |


As a verb ravish

is (obsolete|or|archaic) to seize and carry away by violence; to snatch by force.

As a noun radish is

a plant of the brassicaceae'' family, ''raphanus sativus , having an edible root.

Radish vs Rudish - What's the difference?

radish | rudish |


As a noun radish

is a plant of the brassicaceae'' family, ''raphanus sativus , having an edible root.

As an adjective rudish is

somewhat rude.

Jadish vs Radish - What's the difference?

jadish | radish |


As an adjective jadish

is (of a horse) vicious and ill-tempered, like a jade.

As a noun radish is

a plant of the brassicaceae'' family, ''raphanus sativus , having an edible root.

Eadish vs Radish - What's the difference?

eadish | radish |


As nouns the difference between eadish and radish

is that eadish is while radish is a plant of the brassicaceae'' family, ''raphanus sativus , having an edible root.

Radish vs Rakish - What's the difference?

radish | rakish |


As a noun radish

is a plant of the brassicaceae'' family, ''raphanus sativus , having an edible root.

As an adjective rakish is

dashingly, carelessly, or sportingly unconventional or stylish; jaunty; characterized by a devil-may-care unconventionality; having a somewhat disreputable quality or appearance.

Radish vs Palak - What's the difference?

radish | palak |


As nouns the difference between radish and palak

is that radish is a plant of the brassicaceae'' family, ''raphanus sativus , having an edible root while palak is in indian cooking, spinach or similar greens (including amaranthus'' species and ''chenopodium album ).

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