Near rhymes dictionary

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List of near rhymes for the word: ago

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Rhymes with 2 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
agaagatitle for a civil or military leader (especially in Turkey)
AgeeAgeeUnited States novelist (1909-1955)
aghaaghatitle for a civil or military leader (especially in Turkey)
agoagogone by; or in the past; "two years ago"; "`agone' is an archaic word for `ago'"
baggybaggynot fitting closely; hanging loosely; "baggy trousers"; "a loose-fitting blouse is comfortable in hot weather"
BhagaBhagaHindu god of wealth and love
bigeyebigeyered fishes of American coastal tropical waters having very large eyes and rough scales
bogeybogeyan unidentified (and possibly enemy) aircraft
boggyboggy(of soil) soft and watery; "the ground was boggy under foot"; "a marshy coastline"; "miry roads"; "wet mucky lowland"; "muddy barnyard"; "quaggy terrain"; "the sloughy edge of the pond"; "swampy bayous"
bogiebogiean unidentified (and possibly enemy) aircraft
bogybogyan unidentified (and possibly enemy) aircraft
boogieboogiean instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano)
BragaBragaan ancient city in northern Portugal
braggybraggyexhibiting self-importance; "big talk"
BragiBragi(Norse mythology) god of poetry and music; son of Odin
buggybuggya small lightweight carriage; drawn by a single horse
cageycageycharacterized by great caution and wariness; "a cagey avoidance of a definite answer"; "chary of the risks involved"; "a chary investor"
cagycagycharacterized by great caution and wariness; "a cagey avoidance of a definite answer"; "chary of the risks involved"; "a chary investor"
chagachagaa Bantu language spoken by the Chaga in northern Tanzania
ChaggaChaggaa Bantu language spoken by the Chaga in northern Tanzania
chigoechigoesmall tropical flea; the fertile female burrows under the skin of the host including humans
cloggycloggy(used of soil) compact and fine-grained; "the clayey soil was heavy and easily saturated"
craggycraggyhaving hills and crags; "hilly terrain"
CraigieCraigieEnglish lexicographer who was a joint editor of the Oxford English Dictionary (1872-1966)
daggadaggarelatively nontoxic South African herb smoked like tobacco
dagodago(ethnic slur) offensive term for a person of Italian descent
doggiedoggieinformal terms for dogs
doggodoggoquietly in concealment; "he lay doggo"
doggydoggyinformal terms for dogs
dogiedogiemotherless calf in a range herd of cattle
dogydogymotherless calf in a range herd of cattle
drageedrageepill that is a sugar-coated medicated candy
egoego(psychoanalysis) the conscious mind
fogeyfogeysomeone whose style is out of fashion
foggyfoggyobscured by fog; "he could barely see through the fogged window"
fogyfogysomeone whose style is out of fashion
friggafrigga(Norse mythology) goddess of the heavens and married love; wife of Odin
fuegofuegoa volcano in south central Guatemala
fuggyfuggy(British informal) poorly ventilated
fugufugua blowfish highly prized as a delicacy in Japan but highly dangerous because the skin and organs are poisonous
gagagagaintensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with; "crazy about cars and racing"; "he is potty about her"
gee-geegee-geea word for horse used by children or in adult slang
gewgawgewgawcheap showy jewelry or ornament on clothing
groggygroggystunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)
HaggaiHaggaian Old Testament book telling the prophecies of Haggai which are concerned mainly with rebuilding the temples after the Babylonian Captivity
higihigia Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad
hoagiehoagiea large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
hoagyhoagya large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
HugoHugoFrench poet and novelist and dramatist; leader of the romantic movement in France (1802-1885)
jaggyjaggyhaving a sharply uneven surface or outline; "the jagged outline of the crags"; "scraggy cliffs"
leggyleggyhaving long legs
logologoa company emblem or device
logylogystunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)
MagiMagi(New Testament) the sages who visited Jesus and Mary and Joseph shortly after Jesus was born; the Gospel According to Matthew says they were guided by a star and brought gifts of gold and frankincense and myrrh; because there were three gifts it is usually assumed that there were three of them
MagiMagus(New Testament) the sages who visited Jesus and Mary and Joseph shortly after Jesus was born; the Gospel According to Matthew says they were guided by a star and brought gifts of gold and frankincense and myrrh; because there were three gifts it is usually assumed that there were three of them
magueymagueyPhilippine plant yielding a hard fibre used in making coarse twine
muggeemuggeea victim of a mugging; "the law seems to give more protection to the mugger than to the muggee"
muggymuggyhot or warm and humid; "muggy weather"; "the steamy tropics"; "sticky weather"
NagaNagaKamarupan languages spoken in northeastern India and western Burma
naginagimedium-sized tree having glossy lanceolate leaves; southern China to Taiwan and southern Japan
no-gono-gonot functioning properly or in suitable condition for proceeding; "the space launch was no-go"
ogeeogeea molding that (in section) has the shape of an S with the convex part above and the concave part below
piggypiggya young pig
piroguepiroguea canoe made by hollowing out and shaping a large log
plagueyplagueycausing irritation or annoyance; "tapping an annoying rhythm on his glass with his fork"; "aircraft noise is particularly bothersome near the airport"; "found it galling to have to ask permission"; "an irritating delay"; "nettlesome paperwork"; "a pesky mosquito"; "swarms of pestering gnats"; "a plaguey newfangled safety catch"; "a teasing and persistent thought annoyed him"; "a vexatious child"; "it is vexing to have to admit you are wrong"
plaguyplaguycausing irritation or annoyance; "tapping an annoying rhythm on his glass with his fork"; "aircraft noise is particularly bothersome near the airport"; "found it galling to have to ask permission"; "an irritating delay"; "nettlesome paperwork"; "a pesky mosquito"; "swarms of pestering gnats"; "a plaguey newfangled safety catch"; "a teasing and persistent thought annoyed him"; "a vexatious child"; "it is vexing to have to admit you are wrong"
pogeypogeymoney received from the state
pogypogymoney received from the state
quaggaquaggamammal of South Africa that resembled a zebra; extinct since late 19th century
quaggyquaggy(of soil) soft and watery; "the ground was boggy under foot"; "a marshy coastline"; "miry roads"; "wet mucky lowland"; "muddy barnyard"; "quaggy terrain"; "the sloughy edge of the pond"; "swampy bayous"
rageerageeEast Indian cereal grass whose seed yield a somewhat bitter flour, a staple in the Orient
ragiragiEast Indian cereal grass whose seed yield a somewhat bitter flour, a staple in the Orient
ragoutragoutwell-seasoned stew of meat and vegetables
reggaereggaepopular music originating in the West Indies; repetitive bass riffs and regular chords played on the off beat by a guitar
RigaRigaa port city on the Gulf of Riga that is the capital and largest city of Latvia; formerly a member of the Hanseatic League
rugaruga(anatomy) a fold or wrinkle or crease; "rugae of the stomach"
rugaeruga(anatomy) a fold or wrinkle or crease; "rugae of the stomach"
sagasagaa narrative telling the adventures of a hero or a family; originally (12th to 14th centuries) a story of the families that settled Iceland and their descendants but now any prose narrative that resembles such an account
sagasaguma narrative telling the adventures of a hero or a family; originally (12th to 14th centuries) a story of the families that settled Iceland and their descendants but now any prose narrative that resembles such an account
sagosagopowdery starch from certain sago palms; used in Asia as a food thickener and textile stiffener
saigasaigagoat-like antelope of central Eurasia having a stubby nose like a proboscis
scraggyscraggyhaving a sharply uneven surface or outline; "the jagged outline of the crags"; "scraggy cliffs"
segueseguethe act of changing smoothly from one state or situation to another
shaggyshaggyhaving a very rough nap or covered with hanging shags; "junipers with shagged trunks"; "shaggy rugs"
shogishogia form of chess played on a board of 81 squares; each player has 20 pieces
SkagwaySkagwaya town in southeastern Alaska at the northern end of the Inside Passage; a gateway to the Klondike during the Alaskan gold rush
smoggysmoggyclouded with a mixture of smoke and fog; "the smoggy atmosphere of Los Angeles"
soggysoggyslow and apathetic; "she was fat and inert"; "a sluggish worker"; "a mind grown torpid in old age"
stageystageyhaving characteristics of the stage especially an artificial and mannered quality; "stagy heroics"
stagystagyhaving characteristics of the stage especially an artificial and mannered quality; "stagy heroics"
stogiestogiea cheap cigar
stogystogya cheap cigar
sugisugitall evergreen of Japan and China yielding valuable soft wood
swaggieswaggiean itinerant Australian laborer who carries his personal belongings in a bundle as he travels around in search of work
TaeguTaegua city in southeastern South Korea
tegutegua city in southeastern South Korea
thuggeethuggeemurder and robbery by thugs
togatogaa one-piece cloak worn by men in ancient Rome
togaetogaa one-piece cloak worn by men in ancient Rome
TogoTogoa republic on the western coast of Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; formerly under French control
tragitragusa small cartilaginous flap in front of the external opening of the ear
trigatrigatype genus of the Triglidae
TsugaTsugahemlock; hemlock fir; hemlock spruce
twiggytwiggythin as a twig
vagivagusa mixed nerve that supplies the pharynx and larynx and lungs and heart and esophagus and stomach and most of the abdominal viscera
vegavegathe brightest star in the constellation Lyra
veggieveggieedible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
yagiyagia sharply directional antenna
yogayogaa system of exercises practiced as part of the Hindu discipline to promote control of the body and mind
yogiyogione who practices yoga and has achieved a high level of spiritual insight
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Rhymes with 3 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
agioagioa fee charged for exchanging currencies
aguaagualargest known toad species; native to Central America; valuable destroyer of insect pests
ajugaajugabugle
albugoalbugotype genus of the Albuginaceae; fungi causing white rusts
amigoamigoa friend or comrade
apogeeapogeeapoapsis in Earth orbit; the point in its orbit where a satellite is at the greatest distance from the Earth
assagaiassagaithe slender spear of the Bantu-speaking people of Africa
assagaisassagaithe slender spear of the Bantu-speaking people of Africa
assegaiassegaithe slender spear of the Bantu-speaking people of Africa
assegaisassegaithe slender spear of the Bantu-speaking people of Africa
AurigaAurigaa conspicuous constellation in the northern hemisphere; between Great Bear and Orion at edge of Milky Way
badagabadagathe dialect of Kannada that is spoken by the Badaga
belugabelugasmall northern whale that is white when adult
blighiablighiasmall genus of western African evergreen trees and shrubs bearing fleshy capsular three-seeded fruits edible when neither unripe nor overripe
bodegabodegaa small Hispanic shop selling wine and groceries
boragoboragoperennial herbs of the Mediterranean region
CarnegieCarnegieUnited States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed education and public libraries and research trusts (1835-1919)
CayugaCayugathe Iroquoian language spoken by the Cayuga
ChicagoChicagoa gambling card game in which chips are placed on the ace and king and queen and jack of separate suits (taken from a separate deck); a player plays the lowest card of a suit in his hand and successively higher cards are played until the sequence stops; the player who plays a card matching one in the layout wins all the chips on that card
colugocolugoarboreal nocturnal mammal of southeast Asia and the Philippines resembling a lemur and having a fold of skin on each side from neck to tail that is used for long gliding leaps
effigyeffigya representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture); "the coin bears an effigy of Lincoln"; "the emperor's tomb had his image carved in stone"
elegyelegya mournful poem; a lament for the dead
eulogyeulogya formal expression of praise
farragofarragoa motley assortment of things
filagofilagoany plant of the genus Filago having capitate clusters of small woolly flower heads
galagogalagoagile long-tailed nocturnal African lemur with dense woolly fur and large eyes and ears
galegagalegasmall genus of Eurasian herbs: goat's rue
hoosegowhoosegowslang for a jail
IagoIagothe villain in William Shakespeare's tragedy who tricked Othello into murdering his wife
igigiigigiany of a group of heavenly spirits under the god Anu
imagoimagoan adult insect produced after metamorphosis
indigoindigoa blue-violet color
jaguajaguatree of the West Indies and northern South America bearing succulent edible orange-sized fruit
KalugaKalugaa city of central Russia to the south of Moscow
KichagaKichagaa Bantu language spoken by the Chaga in northern Tanzania
kichagakichagaa Bantu language spoken by the Chaga in northern Tanzania
KogiaKogiapygmy sperm whales
krigiakrigiaany small branched yellow-flowered North American herb of the genus Krigia
LadogaLadogaa lake in northwestern Russia to the north of St. Petersburg; the largest lake in Europe; drains through the Neva River into the Gulf of Finland
lanugolanugothe fine downy hair covering a human fetus; normally shed during the ninth month of gestation
lentigolentigoa small brownish spot (of the pigment melanin) on the skin
loligololigosomewhat flattened cylindrical squid
long-agolong-agobelonging to time long gone; "those long-ago dresses that swished along the floor"
lumbagolumbagobackache affecting the lumbar region or lower back; can be caused by muscle strain or arthritis or vascular insufficiency or a ruptured intervertebral disc
MalagaMalagaa port city and resort in Andalusia in southern Spain on the Mediterranean
MalpighiMalpighiItalian anatomist who was the first to use a microscope to study anatomy and was among the first to recognize cells in animals (1628-1694)
meshugameshugasenseless; crazy
mollugamollugacarpetweeds
MontaguMontaguUnited States anthropologist (born in England) who popularized anthropology (1905-)
MorriguMorriguCeltic war goddess
mortgageemortgageethe person who accepts a mortgage; "the bank became our mortgagee when it accepted our mortgage on our new home"
MuskogeeMuskogeethe Muskhogean language spoken by the Muskogee
NagoyaNagoyaan industrial city in southern Honshu
negligeenegligeea loose dressing gown for women
ninigininigigrandson of Amaterasu and first ruler of Japan
nosegaynosegayan arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present
ologyologyan informal word (abstracted from words with this ending) for some unidentified branch of knowledge
omegaomegathe last (24th) letter of the Greek alphabet
omega-3omega-3a polyunsaturated fatty acid whose carbon chain has its first double valence bond three carbons from the beginning
OnegaOnegalake in northwestern Russia near the border with Finland; second largest lake in Europe
ouguiyaouguiyathe basic unit of money in Mauritania
ParaguayParaguaya landlocked republic in south central South America; achieved independence from Spain in 1811
perigeeperigeeperiapsis in Earth orbit; the point in its orbit where a satellite is nearest to the Earth
PhrygiaPhrygiaan ancient country in western and central Asia Minor
pirogipirogsmall fruit or meat turnover baked or fried
pirogipirogismall fruit or meat turnover baked or fried
plantagoplantagotype genus of the family Plantaginaceae; large cosmopolitan genus of mostly small herbs
plumbagoplumbagoany plumbaginaceous plant of the genus Plumbago
prodigyprodigyan impressive or wonderful example of a particular quality; "the Marines are expected to perform prodigies of valor"
protegeeprotegeea woman protege
prurigoprurigochronic inflammatory disease of the skin characterized by blister capped papules and intense itching
refugeerefugeean exile who flees for safety
RespighiRespighiItalian composer remembered for his symphonic poems (1879-1936)
SantiagoSantiagoa naval battle in the Spanish-American War (1898); the United States fleet bottled up the Spanish ships in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba and destroyed them when they tried to escape
sapsagosapsagoa hard green Swiss cheese made with skim-milk curd and flavored with clover
senegasenegaperennial bushy herb of central and southern United States having white flowers with green centers and often purple crest; similar to Seneca snakeroot
sillagosillagotype genus of the Sillaginidae
spragueaspragueasmall genus of usually perennial herbs having deep woody taproots and flower heads of umbels or cymes
squeegeesqueegeeT-shaped cleaning implement with a rubber edge across the top; drawn across a surface to remove water (as in washing windows)
strategystrategyan elaborate and systematic plan of action
syzygysyzygythe straight line configuration of 3 celestial bodies (as the sun and earth and moon) in a gravitational system
tautogatautogatautogs
TeluguTelugua Dravidian language spoken by the Telugu in southeastern India
TobagoTobagoisland in West Indies
trilogytrilogya set of three literary or dramatic works related in subject or theme
UruguayUruguaya South American republic on the southeast coast of South America; achieved independence from Brazil in 1825
vertigovertigoa reeling sensation; a feeling that you are about to fall
viragoviragoa large strong and aggressive woman
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Rhymes with 4 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
adagioadagioa slow section of a pas de deux requiring great skill and strength by the dancers
aerologyaerologymeteorology of the total extent of the atmosphere; especially the upper layers
agrologyagrologyscience of soils in relation to crops
algologyalgologythe branch of botany that studies algae
analogyanalogydrawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some respect; "the operation of a computer presents and interesting analogy to the working of the brain"; "the models show by analogy how matter is built up"
anthologyanthologya collection of selected literary passages
AntiguaAntiguathe largest of the islands comprising Antigua and Barbuda
aphagiaaphagialoss of the ability to swallow
apologyapologya poor example; "it was an apology for a meal"; "a poor excuse for an automobile"
AraguaiaAraguaiaa river in central Brazil that flows generally northward (with many falls) to join the Tocantins River
AraguayaAraguayaa river in central Brazil that flows generally northward (with many falls) to join the Tocantins River
astrologyastrologya pseudoscience claiming divination by the positions of the planets and sun and moon
atsugewiatsugewithe Shastan language spoken by the Atsugewi
balibagobalibagoshrubby tree widely distributed along tropical shores; yields a light tough wood used for canoe outriggers and a fiber used for cordage and caulk; often cultivated for ornament
biologybiologythe science that studies living organisms
boogie-woogieboogie-woogiean instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano)
budgereegahbudgereegahsmall Australian parakeet usually light green with black and yellow markings in the wild but bred in many colors
budgerygahbudgerygahsmall Australian parakeet usually light green with black and yellow markings in the wild but bred in many colors
carnegieacarnegieacaryophylloid dicot genus with only one species: saguaro
ChattanoogaChattanoogain the American Civil War (1863) the Union armies of Hooker, Thomas, and Sherman under the command of Ulysses S. Grant won a decisive victory over the Confederate Army under Braxton Bragg
ChickamaugaChickamaugaa Confederate victory in the American Civil War (1863); Confederate forces under Braxton Bragg defeated Union forces
ChristologyChristologythe branch of theology concerned with the person and attributes and deeds of Christ
chronologychronologythe determination of the actual temporal sequence of past events
conchologyconchologythe collection and study of mollusc shells
ConestogaConestogaa large wagon with broad wheels and an arched canvas top; used by the United States pioneers to cross the prairies in the 19th century
coprophagycoprophagyeating feces; in human a symptom of some kinds of insanity
cosmologycosmologythe branch of astrophysics that studies the origin and evolution and structure of the universe
crotophagacrotophagaani
cryptologycryptologythe science of analyzing and deciphering codes and ciphers and cryptograms
cytologycytologythe branch of biology that studies the structure and function of cells
demagogydemagogyimpassioned appeals to the prejudices and emotions of the populace
difflugiadifflugiaa protozoan with an ovoid shell of cemented sand grains
diplegiadiplegiaparalysis of corresponding parts on both sides of the body
double-bogeydouble-bogey(golf) a score of two strokes over par for a hole
doxologydoxologya hymn or verse in Christian liturgy glorifying God
dyslogiadyslogiaimpaired ability to express ideas verbally; usually resulting from difficulties of reasoning (as in feeblemindedness or certain psychoses)
dysphagiadysphagiacondition in which swallowing is difficult or painful
ecologyecologythe branch of biology concerned with the relations between organisms and their environment
enologyenologythe art of wine making
epigaeaepigaeasmall creeping evergreen shrubs: trailing arbutus
esophagiesophagusthe passage between the pharynx and the stomach
ethnologyethnologythe branch of anthropology that deals with the division of humankind into races and with their origins and distribution and distinctive characteristics
ethologyethologythe branch of zoology that studies the behavior of animals in their natural habitats
eulogiaeulogiuma formal expression of praise for someone who has died recently
fetologyfetologythe branch of medicine concerned with the fetus in the uterus
gallinagogallinagosnipes
garbologygarbologythe study of a society by analyzing its garbage
genealogygenealogythe study or investigation of ancestry and family history
geologygeologya science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks
geophagygeophagyeating earth, clay, chalk; occurs in some primitive tribes, sometimes in cases of nutritional deficiency or obsessive behavior
graphologygraphologythe study of handwriting (especially as an indicator of the writer's character or disposition)
histologyhistologythe branch of biology that studies the microscopic structure of animal or plant tissues
homologyhomologythe quality of being similar or corresponding in position or value or structure or function
horologyhorologythe art of designing and making clocks
horse-and-buggyhorse-and-buggyrelating to the time before automobiles (and other inventions) changed the way people lived in industrialized nations
hydrologyhydrologythe branch of geology that studies water on the earth and in the atmosphere: its distribution and uses and conservation
HygeiaHygeia(Greek mythology) the goddess of health; daughter of Aesculapius and sister of Panacea
ichyostegaichyostegaearly tetrapod amphibian found in Greenland
ideologyideologyimaginary or visionary theorization
impetigoimpetigoa very contagious infection of the skin; common in children; localized redness develops into small blisters that gradually crust and erode
intertrigointertrigochafing between two skin surfaces that are in contact (as in the armpit or under the breasts or between the thighs)
IzanagiIzanagithe god who fathered the islands and gods of Japan with his sister Izanami
knockdown-dragoutknockdown-dragoutextremely violent; "a knock-down-and-drag-out fight"
limnologylimnologythe scientific study of bodies of fresh water for their biological and physical and geological properties
lithologylithologythe branch of geology that studies rocks: their origin and formation and mineral composition and classification
mahaguamahaguaerect forest tree of Cuba and Jamaica having variably hairy leaves and orange-yellow or orange-red flowers; yields a moderately dense timber for cabinetwork and gunstocks
majaguamajaguaerect forest tree of Cuba and Jamaica having variably hairy leaves and orange-yellow or orange-red flowers; yields a moderately dense timber for cabinetwork and gunstocks
MallophagaMallophagabiting lice
malpighiamalpighiatype genus of the Malpighiaceae
mammalogymammalogythe branch of zoology that studies mammals
ManaguaManaguathe capital and largest city of Nicaragua
massasaugamassasaugapygmy rattlesnake found in moist areas from the Great Lakes to Mexico; feeds on mice and small amphibians
medicagomedicagoa genus of herbs that resemble clover
metrologymetrologythe scientific study of measurement
misologymisologyhatred of reasoning
mixologymixologyskill in preparing mixed drinks
morphologymorphologythe branch of biology that deals with the structure of animals and plants
musophagamusophagatype genus of the Musophagidae
mycologymycologythe branch of botany that studies fungi and fungus-caused diseases
mycophagymycophagythe practice of eating fungi (especially mushrooms collected in the wild)
myologymyologythe branch of physiology that studies muscles
mythologymythologythe study of myths
nageianageiasmall genus of Asian evergreen trees having columnar crowns and distinguished by leaves lacking a midrib; eastern Asia including India and Philippines and New Guinea
necrologynecrologya list of people who died recently
necrophagynecrophagyfeeding on corpses or carrion
neologyneologythe act of inventing a word or phrase
nephologynephologythe branch of meteorology that studies clouds and cloud formation
nephrologynephrologythe branch of medicine concerned with the kidney - its development and anatomy and physiology and disorders
neurologyneurology(neurology) the branch of medicine that deals with the nervous system and its disorders
nosologynosologythe branch of medical science dealing with the classification of disease
nucifraganucifraganutcrackers
nutmeg-yewnutmeg-yewCalifornia evergreen having a fruit resembling a nutmeg but with a strong turpentine flavor
oenologyoenologythe art of wine making
oesophagioesophagusthe passage between the pharynx and the stomach
oncologyoncologythe branch of medicine concerned with the study and treatment of tumors
OnondagaOnondagathe Iroquoian language spoken by the Onondaga
ontologyontologythe metaphysical study of the nature of being and existence
oologyoologythe branch of zoology that studies eggs (especially birds' eggs and their size, shape, coloration, and number)
orologyorologythe science of mountains
osteologyosteologythe branch of anatomy that studies the bones of the vertebrate skeleton
otologyotologythe branch of medicine concerned with the ear
paleologypaleologythe study of (especially prehistoric) antiquities
panamigapanamigalow stingless nettle of Central and South America having velvety brownish-green toothed leaves and clusters of small green flowers
passagewaypassagewaya passage between rooms or between buildings
pathologypathologythe branch of medical science that studies the causes and nature and effects of diseases
patrologypatrologythe study of the lives, writings, and doctrines of the Church Fathers
pedagogypedagogythe activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill; "he received no formal education"; "our instruction was carefully programmed"; "good classroom teaching is seldom rewarded"
pedologypedologythe branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of infants and children
penologypenologythe branch of criminology concerned with prison management and prisoner rehabilitation
petrologypetrologythe branch of geology that studies rocks: their origin and formation and mineral composition and classification
philologyphilologythe humanistic study of language and literature
phonologyphonologythe study of the sound system of a given language and the analysis and classification of its phonemes
phraseologyphraseologythe manner in which something is expressed in words; "use concise military verbiage"- G.S.Patton
phrenologyphrenologya now abandoned study of the shape of skull as indicative of the strengths of different faculties
phycologyphycologythe branch of botany that studies algae
phytologyphytologythe branch of biology that studies plants
pichiciegopichiciegovery small Argentine armadillo with pale silky hair and pink plates on head and neck
poenologypoenologythe branch of criminology concerned with prison management and prisoner rehabilitation
pomologypomologythe branch of botany that studies and cultivates fruits
posologyposologythe pharmacological determination of appropriate doses of drugs and medicines
pritzelagopritzelagochamois cress
proctologyproctologythe branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the colon or rectum or anus
psephologypsephologythe branch of sociology that studies election trends (as by opinion polls)
PseudotsugaPseudotsugadouglas fir; closely related to genera Larix and Cathaya
psychologypsychologythe science of mental life
rheologyrheologythe branch of physics that studies the deformation and flow of matter
rutabagarutabagathe large yellow root of a rutabaga plant used as food
SaratogaSaratogaa battle during the American Revolution (1777); the British under Burgoyne were defeated
sarcophagasarcophagaflesh flies
sarcophagisarcophagusa stone coffin (usually bearing sculpture or inscriptions)
saxifragasaxifragatype genus of the Saxifragaceae; large genus of usually perennial herbs of Arctic and cool regions of northern hemisphere: saxifrage
scatologyscatology(medicine) the chemical analysis of excrement (for medical diagnosis or for paleontological purposes)
scatophagyscatophagythe eating of excrement or other filth
ScientologyScientologya new religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard in 1955 and characterized by a belief in the power of a person's spirit to clear itself of past painful experiences through self-knowledge and spiritual fulfillment
serologyserologythe branch of medical science that deals with serums; especially with blood serums and disease
SetophagaSetophagaa genus of Parulidae
sinologysinologythe study of Chinese history and language and culture
sitotrogasitotrogagrain moths
solidagosolidagogoldenrod
speleologyspeleologythe pastime of exploring caves
steeragewaysteerageway(nautical) the minimum rate of motion needed for a vessel to be maneuvered
superegosuperego(psychoanalysis) that part of the unconscious mind that acts as a conscience
symbologysymbologythe study or the use of symbols and symbolism
tautologytautologyuseless repetition; "to say that something is `adequate enough' is a tautology"
technologytechnologythe practical application of science to commerce or industry
teleologyteleology(philosophy) a doctrine explaining phenomena by their ends or purposes
tetralogytetralogya series of four related works (plays or operas or novels)
theologytheologythe learned profession acquired by specialized courses in religion (usually taught at a college or seminary); "he studied theology at Oxford"
tocologytocologythe branch of medicine dealing with childbirth and care of the mother
topologytopologythe configuration of a communication network
tribologytribologythe branch of engineering that deals with the interaction of surfaces in relative motion (as in bearings or gears): their design and friction and wear and lubrication
trichophagatrichophagacarpet moths
TussilagoTussilagogenus of low creeping yellow-flowered perennial herbs of north temperate regions: coltsfoots; in some classifications includes species often placed in other genera especially Homogyne and Petasites
typologytypologyclassification according to general type
urologyurologythe branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the urinary tract or urogenital system
uropygiuropygiwhip scorpions
UstilagoUstilagotype genus of the Ustilaginaceae; genus comprising the loose smuts
virologyvirologythe branch of medical science that studies viruses and viral diseases
vitiligovitiligoan acquired skin disease characterized by patches of unpigmented skin (often surrounded by a heavily pigmented border)
WinnebagoWinnebagothe Siouan language spoken by the Winnebago
zoologyzoologythe branch of biology that studies animals
zymologyzymologythe branch of chemistry concerned with fermentation (as in making wine or brewing or distilling)
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Rhymes with 5 syllables

WordBase wordDefinition
AconcaguaAconcaguathe highest mountain in the western hemisphere; located in the Andes in western Argentina (22,834 feet high)
aerophagiaaerophagiaswallowing air (usually followed by belching and discomfort and flatulence)
aetiologyaetiologythe philosophical study of causation
allergologyallergologythe branch of medical science that studies the causes and treatment of allergies
amphibologyamphibologyan ambiguous grammatical construction; e.g., `they are flying planes' can mean either that someone is flying planes or that something is flying planes
AngelologyAngelologythe branch of theology that is concerned with angels
angiologyangiologythe branch of medical science that studies the blood and lymph vessels and their disorders
anthropologyanthropologythe social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings
anthropophagianthropophagusa person who eats human flesh
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