What's the difference between spatter and splatter?

Question:I'm confused why crime scene investigators say "blood spattered" instead of splattered.

Answers:
Spatters are little drops and Splatter is used to mean huge drops like enough to teave a smear or a huge mess. Like u splatter paint on a canvass and when someone talks they spatter.
Splatter- Huge mess
Spatter- Little mess
I think spatter is small drops as like when you cook in oil and it spits oil on you bench top that spatter however splatter is much more in one spot like if you drop some milk and leaves a bigger spot but spreds out with larger spots around it

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