Derived terms

Cronehood vs Crone - What's the difference?

cronehood | crone | Derived terms |

Cronehood is a derived term of crone.


In wicca|lang=en terms the difference between cronehood and crone

is that cronehood is (wicca) the elderly stage of a female wiccan witch (compared with the crone aspect of the goddess) while crone is (wicca) one of the triune goddesses of the lady in wicca alongside the mother and maiden and representing an old woman.

As nouns the difference between cronehood and crone

is that cronehood is the condition of being an elderly woman; the time during which a woman is elderly while crone is (wicca) one of the triune goddesses of the lady in wicca alongside the mother and maiden and representing an old woman.

Longshoreman vs Alongshoreman - What's the difference?

longshoreman | alongshoreman | Derived terms |

Longshoreman is a derived term of alongshoreman.


As nouns the difference between longshoreman and alongshoreman

is that longshoreman is a man employed to load and unload ships while alongshoreman is (archaic).

Beckhamesque vs Beckham - What's the difference?

beckhamesque | beckham | Derived terms |

Beckhamesque is a derived term of beckham.


As an adjective beckhamesque

is in the style of (david beckham), particularly in the footballing style.

As a proper noun beckham is

.

Gatesville vs Gates - What's the difference?

gatesville | gates | Derived terms |

Gatesville is a derived term of gates.


As a proper noun gates is

.

Swinburnian vs Swinburne - What's the difference?

swinburnian | swinburne | Derived terms |

Swinburnian is a derived term of swinburne.


As a proper noun swinburne is

.

Swinburnean vs Swinburne - What's the difference?

swinburnean | swinburne | Derived terms |

Swinburnean is a derived term of swinburne.


As a proper noun swinburne is

.

Zombically vs Zombic - What's the difference?

zombically | zombic | Derived terms |

Zombically is a derived term of zombic.


As an adjective zombic is

relating to zombies.

Pseudoscutal vs Scutal - What's the difference?

pseudoscutal | scutal | Derived terms |

Pseudoscutal is a derived term of scutal.


In biology|lang=en terms the difference between pseudoscutal and scutal

is that pseudoscutal is (biology) of or relating to a pseudoscutum while scutal is (biology) of or relating to a scutum.

As adjectives the difference between pseudoscutal and scutal

is that pseudoscutal is (biology) of or relating to a pseudoscutum while scutal is of or relating to a shield.

Mucoperichondrial vs Perichondrial - What's the difference?

mucoperichondrial | perichondrial | Derived terms |

Mucoperichondrial is a derived term of perichondrial.


As adjectives the difference between mucoperichondrial and perichondrial

is that mucoperichondrial is relating to the mucoperichondrium while perichondrial is (anatomy) of or pertaining to the perichondrium; situated around cartilage.

Spumescent vs Spumescence - What's the difference?

spumescent | spumescence | Derived terms |

Spumescent is a derived term of spumescence.


As an adjective spumescent

is (rare) resembling froth or foam; foaming.

As a noun spumescence is

(obsolete) the state or characteristic of being foamy or frothy.

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