Derived terms

What is the difference between or and oregon?

or | oregon | Derived terms |

Or is a derived term of oregon.

Oregon is an abbreviation of or.

What is the difference between box and boxhaul?

box | boxhaul | Derived terms |

Boxhaul is a derived term of box.


As verbs the difference between box and boxhaul

is that box is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to place inside a box; to pack in boxes or box can be {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to strike with the fists while boxhaul is {{context|nautical|lang=en}} to bring a square-rigged ship onto a new tack by hauling back the foresails whilst steering hard round.

As a noun box

is a [[cuboid#adjective|cuboid]] space; a container, usually with a hinged lid or box can be any of various evergreen shrubs or trees of the genus buxus or box can be a blow with the fist.

What is the difference between daybreak and day?

daybreak | day | Derived terms |

Daybreak is a derived term of day.


As nouns the difference between daybreak and day

is that daybreak is dawn while day is any period of 24 hours.

As a verb day is

{{context|rare|lang=en}} to spend a day (in a place).

What is the difference between abrahamic and abraham?

abrahamic | abraham | Derived terms |

Abrahamic is a derived term of abraham.

What is the difference between daydream and day?

daydream | day | Derived terms |

Daydream is a derived term of day.


As nouns the difference between daydream and day

is that daydream is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality while day is any period of 24 hours.

As verbs the difference between daydream and day

is that daydream is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather while day is {{context|rare|lang=en}} to spend a day (in a place).

What is the difference between box and inbox?

box | inbox | Derived terms |

Inbox is a derived term of box.


As nouns the difference between box and inbox

is that box is a [[cuboid#adjective|cuboid]] space; a container, usually with a hinged lid or box can be any of various evergreen shrubs or trees of the genus buxus or box can be a blow with the fist while inbox is (in-box).

As a verb box

is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to place inside a box; to pack in boxes or box can be {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to strike with the fists.

What is the difference between octoberist and october?

octoberist | october | Derived terms |

Octoberist is a derived term of october.

What is the difference between octobrist and october?

octobrist | october | Derived terms |

Octobrist is a derived term of october.

What is the difference between box and spitbox?

box | spitbox | Derived terms |

Spitbox is a derived term of box.


As nouns the difference between box and spitbox

is that box is a [[cuboid#adjective|cuboid]] space; a container, usually with a hinged lid or box can be any of various evergreen shrubs or trees of the genus buxus or box can be a blow with the fist while spitbox is a vessel to receive spittle; a spittoon.

As a verb box

is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to place inside a box; to pack in boxes or box can be {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to strike with the fists.

What is the difference between box and pegbox?

box | pegbox | Derived terms |

Pegbox is a derived term of box.


As nouns the difference between box and pegbox

is that box is a [[cuboid#adjective|cuboid]] space; a container, usually with a hinged lid or box can be any of various evergreen shrubs or trees of the genus buxus or box can be a blow with the fist while pegbox is {{context|music|lang=en}} the part of a violin or similar stringed instrument that holds the tuning pegs.

As a verb box

is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to place inside a box; to pack in boxes or box can be {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to strike with the fists.

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