Pamper is a word that has various meanings and is also used as a product. For example, a diaper that is used to absorb the urine and stool of a baby is also known as pamper. Due to the increasing use of pampers and presence of so many brands, the term has become so generic that there is only little difference left between the products. Not to mention that the target audience has become so indifferent that majority of the people just buy the brand that comes in their hands first. Not to mention that similar terms can be used to describe a thing but you cannot use similar things to describe a term.
In contrast, the word pamper is used to cover, protect or hide something. It is widely used by the novelists and script writers in the literal sense. In addition, similar terms can be used for pampers that include treat, baby and indulge. Therefore, there is a dying need to learn the difference between similar terms and things.
The word ‘Bicycle’ was used for a ride with two wheels and pedals but as the brand was introduced, it got too much famous that there was little awareness left in the minds of people. There are a lot of alternate names for this word and it has become too common that people are unable to locate the difference. Nowadays, some people use the same word for cycles while others do not hesitate to use it when they actually mean a motorbike.
Similarly, Glycerine was a brand for the polyol compound that is used in pharmaceutical purposes but as the product gained business, people started forgetting about the actual name of the compound and it is widely known as glycerine. Note that it is used in a lot of homemade products.