Hypernyms

What is the difference between thumb and finger?

thumb | finger | Hypernyms |

Finger is a hypernym of thumb.


As nouns the difference between thumb and finger

is that thumb is the short thick digit of the hand that for humans has the most mobility and can be made to oppose (moved to touch) all of the other fingers while finger is (anatomy) one of the long extremities of the hand, sometimes excluding the thumb.

As verbs the difference between thumb and finger

is that thumb is to touch or cover with the thumb while finger is to identify or point out ex: put the finger on to report to or identify for the authorities, rat on, rat out, squeal on, tattle on, turn in, to finger.

What is the difference between grandson and grandchild?

grandson | grandchild | Hypernyms |

Grandchild is a hypernym of grandson.

Grandson is a hyponym of grandchild.


As nouns the difference between grandson and grandchild

is that grandson is a son of one's child while grandchild is a child of someone's child.

What is the difference between granddaughter and grandchild?

granddaughter | grandchild | Hypernyms |

Grandchild is a hypernym of granddaughter.

Granddaughter is a hyponym of grandchild.


As nouns the difference between granddaughter and grandchild

is that granddaughter is the daughter of someone's child while grandchild is a child of someone's child.

What is the difference between grandmother and grandparent?

grandmother | grandparent | Hypernyms |

Grandparent is a hypernym of grandmother.

Grandmother is a hyponym of grandparent.


As nouns the difference between grandmother and grandparent

is that grandmother is a mother of someone's parent while grandparent is the parent of someone's parent.

What is the difference between son and child?

son | child | Hypernyms |

Child is a hypernym of son.


As nouns the difference between son and child

is that son is a male child, a boy or man in relation to his parents; one's male offspring while child is a daughter or son; an offspring.

What is the difference between brother and sibling?

brother | sibling | Hypernyms |

Sibling is a hypernym of brother.


As nouns the difference between brother and sibling

is that brother is son of the same parents as another person while sibling is a person who shares same parents one's brother or sister.

As a verb brother

is to treat as a brother.

As a interjection brother

is .

What is the difference between inflexion and declension?

inflexion | declension | Hypernyms |

Inflexion is a hypernym of declension.


As nouns the difference between inflexion and declension

is that inflexion is (inflection) while declension is (grammar): a way of categorizing nouns, pronouns, or adjectives according to the inflections they receive.

What is the difference between oak and tree?

oak | tree | Hypernyms |

Tree is a hypernym of oak.

Oak is a hyponym of tree.


As nouns the difference between oak and tree

is that oak is (senseid)(countable) a tree of the genus quercus while tree is a large plant, not exactly defined, but typically over four meters in height, a single trunk which grows in girth with age and branches (which also grow in circumference with age).

As a adjective oak

is (colour) of a rich brown colour, like that of oak wood.

As a verb tree is

to chase (an animal or person) up a tree.

What is the difference between transcendental and irrational?

transcendental | irrational | Hypernyms |

Irrational is a hypernym of transcendental.

Transcendental is a hyponym of irrational.


As nouns the difference between transcendental and irrational

is that transcendental is (obsolete) a transcendentalist while irrational is a real number that can not be expressed as the quotient of two integers, an irrational number.

As adjectives the difference between transcendental and irrational

is that transcendental is (philosophy) concerned with the a priori or intuitive basis of knowledge, independent of experience while irrational is not rational; unfounded or nonsensical.

What is the difference between goddess and woman?

goddess | woman | Hypernyms |

Woman is a hypernym of goddess.

Goddess is a see also of woman.


As nouns the difference between goddess and woman

is that goddess is (religion) a female deity while woman is an adult female human.

As a verb woman is

to staff with female labor.

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