Fr.: distinct, différent
1) Readily distinguishable from all others.
Past-participle adjective from obsolete distincten "to distinguish one thing from another; make distinct," from O.Fr. distincter, from L. distinctus, p.p. of distinguere "to separate between, mark off."
Bažnâ, literally "high," from Kurd. bažn "height, stature," variants baž, baš "height," bašn, → stature, faš, baš "a horse's mane."
1) The act or an instance of distinguishing or differentiating.
Serving to identify; distinguishing or characteristic.
Fr.: distinctement, clairement
In a clear and noticeable way; clearly.
Fr.: distinction, différence
The state or quality of being distinct.