Hypernyms

What is the difference between felid and tiger?

felid | tiger | Hypernyms |

Felid is a hypernym of tiger.


As nouns the difference between felid and tiger

is that felid is any member of the cat family (felidae) while tiger is panthera tigris , a large predatory mammal of the cat family, indigenous to asia.

What is the difference between hand and banana?

hand | banana | Hypernyms |

Hand is a hypernym of banana.


As nouns the difference between hand and banana

is that hand is the part of the fore limb below the forearm or wrist in a human, and the corresponding part in many other animals while banana is an elongated curved fruit, which grows in bunches, and has a sweet creamy flesh and a smooth yellow skin.

As a verb hand

is to give, pass, or transmit with the hand.

As a adjective banana is

curved like a banana, especially of a ball in flight.

What is the difference between bunch and banana?

bunch | banana | Hypernyms |

Bunch is a hypernym of banana.


As nouns the difference between bunch and banana

is that bunch is a group of a number of similar things, either growing together, or in a cluster or clump, usually fastened together while banana is an elongated curved fruit, which grows in bunches, and has a sweet creamy flesh and a smooth yellow skin.

As a verb bunch

is to gather into a bunch.

As a adjective banana is

curved like a banana, especially of a ball in flight.

What is the difference between oc and omc?

oc | omc | Hypernyms |

Oc is a hypernym of omc.

What is the difference between church and religion?

church | religion | Hypernyms |

Religion is a hypernym of church.

Church is a see also of religion.


As nouns the difference between church and religion

is that church is (countable) a christian house of worship; a building where religious services take place while religion is the belief in and worship of a supernatural controlling power, especially a personal god or gods.

As a verb church

is to conduct a religious service for (a woman) after childbirth.

What is the difference between partner and husband?

partner | husband | Hypernyms |

Partner is a hypernym of husband.


As nouns the difference between partner and husband

is that partner is someone who is associated with another in a common activity or interest or partner can be one of the pieces of wood comprising the framework which strengthens the deck of a wooden ship around the holes through which the mast and other fittings pass while husband is (obsolete) the master of a house; the head of a family; a householder.

As verbs the difference between partner and husband

is that partner is to make or be a partner while husband is to manage or administer carefully and frugally; use to the best advantage; economise.

What is the difference between dermatitis and eczema?

dermatitis | eczema | Hypernyms |

Dermatitis is a hypernym of eczema.

Eczema is a see also of dermatitis.


As nouns the difference between dermatitis and eczema

is that dermatitis is (pathology) inflammation of the skin while eczema is an acute or chronic inflammation of the skin, characterized by redness, itching, and the outbreak of oozing vesicular lesions which become encrusted and scaly it is noncontagious.

What is the difference between protestant and christian?

protestant | christian | Hypernyms |

Christian is a hypernym of protestant.

Protestant is a see also of christian.

What is the difference between lucite and plastic?

lucite | plastic | Hypernyms |

Plastic is a hypernym of lucite.


As nouns the difference between lucite and plastic

is that lucite is (lucite) while plastic is (obsolete) a sculptor, moulder.

As a adjective plastic is

capable of being moulded; malleable, flexible, pliant.

What is the difference between colander and strainer?

colander | strainer | Hypernyms |

Strainer is a hypernym of colander.


As nouns the difference between colander and strainer

is that colander is a bowl-shaped kitchen utensil with holes in it used for draining food such as pasta while strainer is a device through which a liquid is passed for purification, filtering or separation from solid matter; anything (including a screen or a cloth) used to strain a liquid; any device functioning as a sieve or filter - in special, a perforated screen or openwork (usually at the end of a suction pipe of a pump), used to prevent solid bodies from mixing in a liquid stream or flowline.

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