Hypernyms

Infinite vs Countable - What's the difference?

infinite | countable | Hypernyms |

Infinite is a hypernym of countable.


As adjectives the difference between infinite and countable

is that infinite is indefinably large, countlessly great; immense while countable is capable of being counted; having a quantity or a numerical attribute.

As a numeral infinite

is infinitely many.

Xp vs Ip - What's the difference?

xp | ip | Hypernyms |

Xp is a hypernym of ip.

Toolsmith vs Smith - What's the difference?

toolsmith | smith | Hypernyms |

Smith is a hypernym of toolsmith.

Toolsmith is a derived term of smith.


As nouns the difference between toolsmith and smith

is that toolsmith is a person who makes tools while smith is a craftsperson who works metal into desired forms using a hammer and other tools, sometimes heating the metal to make it more workable, especially a blacksmith.

As a verb smith is

to forge, to form, usually on an anvil; by heating and pounding.

Weaponsmith vs Smith - What's the difference?

weaponsmith | smith | Hypernyms |

Smith is a hypernym of weaponsmith.

Weaponsmith is a hyponym of smith.


As nouns the difference between weaponsmith and smith

is that weaponsmith is a person skilled at making edged weapons while smith is a craftsperson who works metal into desired forms using a hammer and other tools, sometimes heating the metal to make it more workable, especially a blacksmith.

As a verb smith is

to forge, to form, usually on an anvil; by heating and pounding.

Tinsmith vs Smith - What's the difference?

tinsmith | smith | Hypernyms |

Smith is a hypernym of tinsmith.

Tinsmith is a hyponym of smith.


As nouns the difference between tinsmith and smith

is that tinsmith is a person who makes or repairs things with tin or similar alloys while smith is a craftsperson who works metal into desired forms using a hammer and other tools, sometimes heating the metal to make it more workable, especially a blacksmith.

As a verb smith is

to forge, to form, usually on an anvil; by heating and pounding.

Platinumsmith vs Smith - What's the difference?

platinumsmith | smith | Hypernyms |

Smith is a hypernym of platinumsmith.

Platinumsmith is a hyponym of smith.


As nouns the difference between platinumsmith and smith

is that platinumsmith is a worker in platinum, who makes platinum jewelry while smith is a craftsperson who works metal into desired forms using a hammer and other tools, sometimes heating the metal to make it more workable, especially a blacksmith.

As a verb smith is

to forge, to form, usually on an anvil; by heating and pounding.

Array vs Table - What's the difference?

array | table | Hypernyms |

Array is a hypernym of table.


As verbs the difference between array and table

is that array is to clothe and ornament; to adorn or attire while table is to put on a table.

As nouns the difference between array and table

is that array is clothing and ornamentation while table is an item of furniture with a flat top surface raised above the ground, usually on one or more legs.

What is the difference between glance and peep?

glance | peep | Hypernyms |

Glance is a hypernym of peep.


As verbs the difference between glance and peep

is that glance is to look briefly (at something) while peep is to make a soft, shrill noise like a baby bird or peep can be to look, especially while trying not to be seen or noticed.

As nouns the difference between glance and peep

is that glance is a brief or cursory look while peep is a quiet sound, particularly one from a baby bird or peep can be a quick look or glimpse, especially a furtive one or peep can be (obsolete) a spot on a die or domino or peep can be (british|slang) person.

What is the difference between handle and paw?

handle | paw | Hypernyms |

Handle is a hypernym of paw.


As nouns the difference between handle and paw

is that handle is a part of an object which is held in the hand when used or moved, as the haft of a sword, the knob of a door, the bail of a kettle, etc or handle can be (slang) a name, nickname or pseudonym while paw is (nonstandard|or|rural) father; pa or paw can be the soft foot of a mammal or other animal, generally a quadruped, that has claws or nails; comparable to a human hand or foot.

As verbs the difference between handle and paw

is that handle is to use the hands while paw is (of an animal) to go through something (such as a garbage can) with paws.

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