Name Report For First Name CARMINE:

CARMINE

First name CARMINE's origins are Hebrew and English. CARMINE means "vine dresser" (Hebrew) and "song" in English. You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with CARMINE below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of carmine.(Brown names are of the same origin (Hebrew,English) with CARMINE and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with CARMINE - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming CARMINE

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES CARMİNE AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH CARMİNE (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 6 Letters (armine) - Names That Ends with armine:

charmine

Rhyming Names According to Last 5 Letters (rmine) - Names That Ends with rmine:

irmine

Rhyming Names According to Last 4 Letters (mine) - Names That Ends with mine:

jasmine yasmine wilhelmine mine jessamine jazmine jazzmine

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (ine) - Names That Ends with ine:

ankine lucine eguskine jensine larine nielsine petrine aceline alaine albertine alexandrine ermengardine jacqueline marjolaine adeline alfonsine ambrosine celandine evangeline lexine nerine columbine cymbeline turquine uwaine cymbelline locrine adine aelfwine aethelwine aine alastrine alexine alhertine aline alphonsine angeline ardine arline arthurine avelaine aveline berdine bernadine bettine birdine carmeline caroline cateline catharine catherine catline celestine celine charlaine charline charmaine cherine christine claudine clementine conradine coraline corrine cristine darline davine delcine delphine dorine dukine earline ediline edine egbertine elaine elbertine ellaine elvine elwine emeline emestine emmeline engelbertine erline ernestine evaline eveline faline fantine fifine

NAMES RHYMING WITH CARMİNE (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 6 Letters (carmin) - Names That Begins with carmin:

carmina

Rhyming Names According to First 5 Letters (carmi) - Names That Begins with carmi:

carmi carmia carmichael carmita

Rhyming Names According to First 4 Letters (carm) - Names That Begins with carm:

carm carma carman carme carmel carmela carmelide carmelina carmelita carmella carmelo carmen carmencita carmon carmontieh carmya

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (car) - Names That Begins with car:

car cara caradawc caradoc carah caraid caraidland caralyn caramichil carbry cardew caree carel carelton caress caressa caresse carew carey cari carilla carilyn carilynne carina carine carisa carissa carl carla carlaisa carlat carlatun carleen carleigh carlene carleton carletta carley carlie carlin carling carlino carlisle carlita carlo carlomagno carlos carlota carlotta carlson carlton carly carlyle carnation carnell carney caro carol carola carolan carolann carolanne carole caroliana carolin carolina carolos carolus carolyn carolyne carolynn carona carr carrado carraig carree carressa carrick carrie

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CARMİNE:

First Names which starts with 'car' and ends with 'ine':

First Names which starts with 'ca' and ends with 'ne':

caine caliborne camdene capucine catarine

First Names which starts with 'c' and ends with 'e':

cabe cable cace cade cadee cadence cadie caesare caflice caidance cailie caindale cairbre caitie calandre calanthe caldre cale calfhie calfhierde calibome callee callie calliope calliste cambrie came camile camille canace candace candance candice candide candie candyce canice caoimhe caolaidhe caprice cartere carthage case casee casidhe casie cassadee cassie cate cathie cathmore catlee catrice cattee catti-brie caycee caydence cayle cecile cecille ceire celene celesse celeste celidone celie cerise cesare chace chadburne chadbyrne chalise chamyle chance chane chanelle channe channelle chantae chantalle chante chantelle chardae chardanae charee charise chariste charlayne charlee charlene charlette charlie charlique charlise charlize

English Words Rhyming CARMINE

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES CARMİNE AS A WHOLE:

carminenoun (n.) A rich red or crimson color with a shade of purple.
 noun (n.) A beautiful pigment, or a lake, of this color, prepared from cochineal, and used in miniature painting.
 noun (n.) The essential coloring principle of cochineal, extracted as a purple-red amorphous mass. It is a glucoside and possesses acid properties; -- hence called also carminic acid.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH CARMİNE (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 6 Letters (armine) - English Words That Ends with armine:


bellarminenoun (n.) A stoneware jug of a pattern originated in the neighborhood of Cologne, Germany, in the 16th century. It has a bearded face or mask supposed to represent Cardinal Bellarmine, a leader in the Roman Catholic Counter Reformation, following the Reformation; -- called also graybeard, longbeard.

harminenoun (n.) An alkaloid accompanying harmaline (in the Peganum harmala), and obtained from it by oxidation. It is a white crystalline substance.


Rhyming Words According to Last 5 Letters (rmine) - English Words That Ends with rmine:


counterminenoun (n.) An underground gallery excavated to intercept and destroy the mining of an enemy.
 noun (n.) A stratagem or plot by which another sratagem or project is defeated.
 verb (v. t.) To oppose by means of a countermine; to intercept with a countermine.
 verb (v. t.) To frustrate or counteract by secret measures.
 verb (v. i.) To make a countermine or counterplot; to plot secretly.

erminenoun (n.) A valuable fur-bearing animal of the genus Mustela (M. erminea), allied to the weasel; the stoat. It is found in the northern parts of Asia, Europe, and America. In summer it is brown, but in winter it becomes white, except the tip of the tail, which is always black.
 noun (n.) The fur of the ermine, as prepared for ornamenting garments of royalty, etc., by having the tips of the tails, which are black, arranged at regular intervals throughout the white.
 noun (n.) By metonymy, the office or functions of a judge, whose state robe, lined with ermine, is emblematical of purity and honor without stain.
 noun (n.) One of the furs. See Fur (Her.)
 verb (v. t.) To clothe with, or as with, ermine.

menisperminenoun (n.) An alkaloid distinct from picrotoxin and obtained from the cocculus indicus (the fruit of Anamirta Cocculus, formerly Menispermum Cocculus) as a white, crystalline, tasteless powder; -- called also menispermina.

stenodermineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the genus Stenoderma, which includes several West Indian and South American nose-leaf bats.


Rhyming Words According to Last 4 Letters (mine) - English Words That Ends with mine:


aluminenoun (n.) Alumina.

aminenoun (n.) One of a class of strongly basic substances derived from ammonia by replacement of one or more hydrogen atoms by a basic atom or radical.

balsaminenoun (n.) The Impatiens balsamina, or garden balsam.

brominenoun (n.) One of the elements, related in its chemical qualities to chlorine and iodine. Atomic weight 79.8. Symbol Br. It is a deep reddish brown liquid of a very disagreeable odor, emitting a brownish vapor at the ordinary temperature. In combination it is found in minute quantities in sea water, and in many saline springs. It occurs also in the mineral bromyrite.

butylaminenoun (n.) A colorless liquid base, C4H9NH2, of which there are four isomeric varieties.

calaminenoun (n.) A mineral, the hydrous silicate of zinc.

calciminenoun (n.) A white or colored wash for the ceiling or other plastering of a room, consisting of a mixture of clear glue, Paris white or zinc white, and water.
 verb (v. t.) To wash or cover with calcimine; as, to calcimine walls.

carbaminenoun (n.) An isocyanide of a hydrocarbon radical. The carbamines are liquids, usually colorless, and of unendurable odor.

cardaminenoun (n.) A genus of cruciferous plants, containing the lady's-smock, cuckooflower, bitter cress, meadow cress, etc.

desminenoun (n.) Same as Stilbite. It commonly occurs in bundles or tufts of crystals.

diaminenoun (n.) A compound containing two amido groups united with one or more basic or positive radicals, -- as contrasted with a diamide.

diethylaminenoun (n.) A colorless, volatile, alkaline liquid, NH(C2H5)2, having a strong fishy odor resembling that of herring or sardines. Cf. Methylamine.

dominenoun (n.) A name given to a pastor of the Reformed Church. The word is also applied locally in the United States, in colloquial speech, to any clergyman.
 noun (n.) A West Indian fish (Epinula magistralis), of the family Trichiuridae. It is a long-bodied, voracious fish.
 noun (n.) A clergyman.

ethylaminenoun (n.) A colorless, mobile, inflammable liquid, C2H5.NH2, very volatile and with an ammoniacal odor. It is a strong base, and is a derivative of ammonia. Called also ethyl carbamine, and amido ethane.

etaminenoun (n.) A light textile fabric, like a fine bunting.

faminenoun (n.) General scarcity of food; dearth; a want of provisions; destitution.

gelseminenoun (n.) An alkaloid obtained from the yellow jasmine (Gelsemium sempervirens), as a bitter white semicrystalline substance; -- called also gelsemia.

hydraminenoun (n.) One of a series of artificial, organic bases, usually produced as thick viscous liquids by the action of ammonia on ethylene oxide. They have the properties both of alcohol and amines.

hydroxylaminenoun (n.) A nitrogenous, organic base, NH2.OH, resembling ammonia, and produced by a modified reduction of nitric acid. It is usually obtained as a volatile, unstable solution in water. It acts as a strong reducing agent.

hyoscyaminenoun (n.) An alkaloid found in henbane (Hyoscyamus niger), and regarded as its active principle. It is also found with other alkaloids in the thorn apple and deadly nightshade. It is extracted as a white crystalline substance, with a sharp, offensive taste. Hyoscyamine is isomeric with atropine, is very poisonous, and is used as a medicine for neuralgia, like belladonna. Called also hyoscyamia, duboisine, etc.

iridosminenoun (n.) Alt. of Iridosmium

jasminenoun (n.) A shrubby plant of the genus Jasminum, bearing flowers of a peculiarly fragrant odor. The J. officinale, common in the south of Europe, bears white flowers. The Arabian jasmine is J. Sambac, and, with J. angustifolia, comes from the East Indies. The yellow false jasmine in the Gelseminum sempervirens (see Gelsemium). Several other plants are called jasmine in the West Indies, as species of Calotropis and Faramea.

jessaminenoun (n.) Same as Jasmine.

kalsominenoun (n. & v. t.) Same as Calcimine.

melaminenoun (n.) A strong nitrogenous base, C3H6N6, produced from several cyanogen compounds, and obtained as a white crystalline substance, -- formerly supposed to be produced by the decomposition of melam. Called also cyanuramide.

methylaminenoun (n.) See Methyl amine, under Methyl.

minenoun (n.) See Mien.
 adjective (pron. & a.) Belonging to me; my. Used as a pronominal to me; my. Used as a pronominal adjective in the predicate; as, "Vengeance is mine; I will repay." Rom. xii. 19. Also, in the old style, used attributively, instead of my, before a noun beginning with a vowel.
 verb (v. i.) To dig a mine or pit in the earth; to get ore, metals, coal, or precious stones, out of the earth; to dig in the earth for minerals; to dig a passage or cavity under anything in order to overthrow it by explosives or otherwise.
 verb (v. i.) To form subterraneous tunnel or hole; to form a burrow or lodge in the earth; as, the mining cony.
 verb (v. t.) To dig away, or otherwise remove, the substratum or foundation of; to lay a mine under; to sap; to undermine; hence, to ruin or destroy by slow degrees or secret means.
 verb (v. t.) To dig into, for ore or metal.
 verb (v. t.) To get, as metals, out of the earth by digging.
 verb (v. i.) A subterranean cavity or passage
 verb (v. i.) A pit or excavation in the earth, from which metallic ores, precious stones, coal, or other mineral substances are taken by digging; -- distinguished from the pits from which stones for architectural purposes are taken, and which are called quarries.
 verb (v. i.) A cavity or tunnel made under a fortification or other work, for the purpose of blowing up the superstructure with some explosive agent.
 verb (v. i.) Any place where ore, metals, or precious stones are got by digging or washing the soil; as, a placer mine.
 verb (v. i.) Fig.: A rich source of wealth or other good.

monaminenoun (n.) A basic compound containing one amido group; as, methyl amine is a monamine.

naphthylaminenoun (n.) One of two basic amido derivatives of naphthalene, C10H7.NH2, forming crystalline solids.

phenylaminenoun (n.) Any one of certain class of organic bases regarded as formed from ammonia by the substitution of phenyl for hydrogen.

phloraminenoun (n.) A basic amido derivative of phloroglucin, having an astringent taste.

physostigminenoun (n.) An alkaloid found in the Calabar bean (the seed of Physostigma venenosum), and extracted as a white, tasteless, substance, amorphous or crystalline; -- formerly called eserine, with which it was regarded as identical.

priminenoun (n.) The outermost of the two integuments of an ovule.

sinaminenoun (n.) A bitter white crystalline nitrogenous substance, obtained indirectly from oil of mustard and ammonia; -- called also allyl melamine.

sycaminenoun (n.) See Sycamore.

taminenoun (n.) Alt. of Taminy

theobrominenoun (n.) An alkaloidal ureide, C7H8N4O2, homologous with and resembling caffeine, produced artificially, and also extracted from cacao and chocolate (from Theobroma Cacao) as a bitter white crystalline substance; -- called also dimethyl xanthine.

triaminenoun (n.) An amine containing three amido groups.

triethylaminenoun (n.) A tertiary amine analogous to trimethylamine.

trimethylaminenoun (n.) A colorless volatile alkaline liquid, N.(CH3)3, obtained from herring brine, beet roots, etc., with a characteristic herringlike odor. It is regarded as a substituted ammonia containing three methyl groups.


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (ine) - English Words That Ends with ine:


abietinenoun (n.) A resinous obtained from Strasburg turpentine or Canada balsam. It is without taste or smell, is insoluble in water, but soluble in alcohol (especially at the boiling point), in strong acetic acid, and in ether.

acacinenoun (n.) Gum arabic.

acalycineadjective (a.) Alt. of Acalysinous

acanthineadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, the plant acanthus.

acarineadjective (a.) Of or caused by acari or mites; as, acarine diseases.

acaulineadjective (a.) Same as Acaulescent.

accipitrineadjective (a.) Like or belonging to the Accipitres; raptorial; hawklike.

acervulineadjective (a.) Resembling little heaps.

acolyctinenoun (n.) An organic base, in the form of a white powder, obtained from Aconitum lycoctonum.

aconitinenoun (n.) An intensely poisonous alkaloid, extracted from aconite.

adamantineadjective (a.) Made of adamant, or having the qualities of adamant; incapable of being broken, dissolved, or penetrated; as, adamantine bonds or chains.
 adjective (a.) Like the diamond in hardness or luster.

adulterinenoun (n.) An illegitimate child.
 adjective (a.) Proceeding from adulterous intercourse. Hence: Spurious; without the support of law; illegal.

agatineadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or like, agate.

alabastrineadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or like, alabaster; as alabastrine limbs.

alaninenoun (n.) A white crystalline base, C3H7NO2, derived from aldehyde ammonia.

aldineadjective (a.) An epithet applied to editions (chiefly of the classics) which proceeded from the press of Aldus Manitius, and his family, of Venice, for the most part in the 16th century and known by the sign of the anchor and the dolphin. The term has also been applied to certain elegant editions of English works.

alexandrinenoun (n.) A kind of verse consisting in English of twelve syllables.
 adjective (a.) Belonging to Alexandria; Alexandrian.

algerinenoun (n.) A native or one of the people of Algiers or Algeria. Also, a pirate.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Algiers or Algeria.

alkalineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to an alkali or to alkalies; having the properties of an alkali.

almandinenoun (n.) The common red variety of garnet.

almondinenoun (n.) See Almandine

alpestrineadjective (a.) Pertaining to the Alps, or other high mountains; as, Alpestrine diseases, etc.
 adjective (a.) Growing on the elevated parts of mountains, but not above the timbe/ line; subalpine.

alphonsineadjective (a.) Of or relating to Alphonso X., the Wise, King of Castile (1252-1284).

alpineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Alps, or to any lofty mountain; as, Alpine snows; Alpine plants.
 adjective (a.) Like the Alps; lofty.

altheinenoun (n.) Asparagine.

alvineadjective (a.) Of, from, in, or pertaining to, the belly or the intestines; as, alvine discharges; alvine concretions.

amandinenoun (n.) The vegetable casein of almonds.
 noun (n.) A kind of cold cream prepared from almonds, for chapped hands, etc.

amanitinenoun (n.) The poisonous principle of some fungi.

amaranthineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to amaranth.
 adjective (a.) Unfading, as the poetic amaranth; undying.
 adjective (a.) Of a purplish color.

amarinenoun (n.) A characteristic crystalline substance, obtained from oil of bitter almonds.

amethystineadjective (a.) Resembling amethyst, especially in color; bluish violet.
 adjective (a.) Composed of, or containing, amethyst.

amygdalineadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, almonds.

anatineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the ducks; ducklike.

andesinenoun (n.) A kind of triclinic feldspar found in the Andes.

andineadjective (a.) Andean; as, Andine flora.

angevinenoun (n.) A native of Anjou.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Anjou in France.

anguineadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a snake or serpent.

anilinenoun (n.) An organic base belonging to the phenylamines. It may be regarded as ammonia in which one hydrogen atom has been replaced by the radical phenyl. It is a colorless, oily liquid, originally obtained from indigo by distillation, but now largely manufactured from coal tar or nitrobenzene as a base from which many brilliant dyes are made.
 adjective (a.) Made from, or of the nature of, aniline.

animalculineadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, animalcules.

annotinenoun (n.) A bird one year old, or that has once molted.

anserineadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, a goose, or the skin of a goose.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to the Anseres.

antalkalinenoun (n.) Anything that neutralizes, or that counteracts an alkaline tendency in the system.
 adjective (a.) Of power to counteract alkalies.

antifebrinenoun (n.) Acetanilide.

antilopineadjective (a.) Of or relating to the antelope.

antipyrinenoun (n.) An artificial alkaloid, believed to be efficient in abating fever.

antitoxinenoun (n.) A substance (sometimes the product of a specific micro-organism and sometimes naturally present in the blood or tissues of an animal), capable of producing immunity from certain diseases, or of counteracting the poisonous effects of pathogenic bacteria.

apennineadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, the Apennines, a chain of mountains extending through Italy.

apomorphinenoun (n.) A crystalline alkaloid obtained from morphia. It is a powerful emetic.

aquamarinenoun (n.) A transparent, pale green variety of beryl, used as a gem. See Beryl.

aquilineadjective (a.) Belonging to or like an eagle.
 adjective (a.) Curving; hooked; prominent, like the beak of an eagle; -- applied particularly to the nose

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH CARMİNE (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 6 Letters (carmin) - Words That Begins with carmin:


carminatedadjective (a.) Of, relating to, or mixed with, carmine; as, carminated lake.
 adjective (a.) Of, relating to, or mixed with, carmine; as, carminated lake.

carminativenoun (n.) A substance, esp. an aromatic, which tends to expel wind from the alimentary canal, or to relieve colic, griping, or flatulence.
 adjective (a.) Expelling wind from the body; warming; antispasmodic.

carminicadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to, or derived from, carmine.


Rhyming Words According to First 5 Letters (carmi) - Words That Begins with carmi:



Rhyming Words According to First 4 Letters (carm) - Words That Begins with carm:


carmagnolenoun (n.) A popular or Red Rebublican song and dance, of the time of the first French Revolution.
 noun (n.) A bombastic report from the French armies.

carmannoun (n.) A man whose employment is to drive, or to convey goods in, a car or car.

carmelitenoun (n.) A friar of a mendicant order (the Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel) established on Mount Carmel, in Syria, in the twelfth century; a White Friar.
 noun (n.) A nun of the Order of Our lady of Mount Carmel.
 adjective (a.) Alt. of Carmelin

carmelinadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the order of Carmelites.

carmotnoun (n.) The matter of which the philosopher's stone was believed to be composed.


Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (car) - Words That Begins with car:


cariccionoun (n.) A piece in a free form, with frequent digressions from the theme; a fantasia; -- often called caprice.
 noun (n.) A caprice; a freak; a fancy.

carnoun (n.) A small vehicle moved on wheels; usually, one having but two wheels and drawn by one horse; a cart.
 noun (n.) A vehicle adapted to the rails of a railroad.
 noun (n.) A chariot of war or of triumph; a vehicle of splendor, dignity, or solemnity.
 noun (n.) The stars also called Charles's Wain, the Great Bear, or the Dipper.
 noun (n.) The cage of a lift or elevator.
 noun (n.) The basket, box, or cage suspended from a balloon to contain passengers, ballast, etc.
 noun (n.) A floating perforated box for living fish.

carabidnoun (n.) One of the Carabidae, a family of active insectivorous beetles.
 adjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, the genus Carbus or family Carabidae.

carabinenoun (n.) A carbine.

carabineernoun (n.) A carbineer.

caraboidadjective (a.) Like, or pertaining to the genus Carabus.

carabusnoun (n.) A genus of ground beetles, including numerous species. They devour many injurious insects.

caracnoun (n.) See Carack.

caracalnoun (n.) A lynx (Felis, or Lynx, caracal.) It is a native of Africa and Asia. Its ears are black externally, and tipped with long black hairs.

caracaranoun (n.) A south American bird of several species and genera, resembling both the eagles and the vultures. The caracaras act as scavengers, and are also called carrion buzzards.

caracknoun (n.) A kind of large ship formerly used by the Spaniards and Portuguese in the East India trade; a galleon.

caracolenoun (n.) A half turn which a horseman makes, either to the right or the left.
 noun (n.) A staircase in a spiral form.
 verb (v. i.) To move in a caracole, or in caracoles; to wheel.

caracolynoun (n.) An alloy of gold, silver, and copper, of which an inferior quality of jewelry is made.

caracorenoun (n.) Alt. of Caracora

caracoranoun (n.) A light vessel or proa used by the people of Borneo, etc., and by the Dutch in the East Indies.

carafenoun (n.) A glass water bottle for the table or toilet; -- called also croft.

carageennoun (n.) Alt. of Caragheen

caragheennoun (n.) See Carrageen.

carambolanoun (n.) An East Indian tree (Averrhoa Carambola), and its acid, juicy fruit; called also Coromandel gooseberry.

caramelnoun (n.) Burnt sugar; a brown or black porous substance obtained by heating sugar. It is soluble in water, and is used for coloring spirits, gravies, etc.
 noun (n.) A kind of confectionery, usually a small cube or square of tenacious paste, or candy, of varying composition and flavor.

carangoidadjective (a.) Belonging to the Carangidae, a family of fishes allied to the mackerels, and including the caranx, American bluefish, and the pilot fish.

caranxnoun (n.) A genus of fishes, common on the Atlantic coast, including the yellow or golden mackerel.

carapacenoun (n.) The thick shell or shield which covers the back of the tortoise, or turtle, the crab, and other crustaceous animals.

carapatonoun (n.) A south American tick of the genus Amblyomma. There are several species, very troublesome to man and beast.

carapaxnoun (n.) See Carapace.

caratnoun (n.) The weight by which precious stones and pearls are weighed.
 noun (n.) A twenty-fourth part; -- a term used in estimating the proportionate fineness of gold.

caravannoun (n.) A company of travelers, pilgrims, or merchants, organized and equipped for a long journey, or marching or traveling together, esp. through deserts and countries infested by robbers or hostile tribes, as in Asia or Africa.
 noun (n.) A large, covered wagon, or a train of such wagons, for conveying wild beasts, etc., for exhibition; an itinerant show, as of wild beasts.
 noun (n.) A covered vehicle for carrying passengers or for moving furniture, etc.; -- sometimes shorted into van.

caravaneernoun (n.) The leader or driver of the camels in caravan.

caravansarynoun (n.) A kind of inn, in the East, where caravans rest at night, being a large, rude, unfurnished building, surrounding a court.

caravelnoun (n.) A name given to several kinds of vessels.
 noun (n.) The caravel of the 16th century was a small vessel with broad bows, high, narrow poop, four masts, and lateen sails. Columbus commanded three caravels on his great voyage.
 noun (n.) A Portuguese vessel of 100 or 150 tons burden.
 noun (n.) A small fishing boat used on the French coast.
 noun (n.) A Turkish man-of-war.

carawaynoun (n.) A biennial plant of the Parsley family (Carum Carui). The seeds have an aromatic smell, and a warm, pungent taste. They are used in cookery and confectionery, and also in medicine as a carminative.
 noun (n.) A cake or sweetmeat containing caraway seeds.

carbamicadjective (a.) Pertaining to an acid so called.

carbamidenoun (n.) The technical name for urea.

carbanilnoun (n.) A mobile liquid, CO.N.C6H5, of pungent odor. It is the phenyl salt of isocyanic acid.

carbazolnoun (n.) A white crystallized substance, C12H8NH, derived from aniline and other amines.

carbazotatenoun (n.) A salt of carbazotic or picric acid; a picrate.

carbazoticadjective (a.) Containing, or derived from, carbon and nitrogen.

carbidenoun (n.) A binary compound of carbon with some other element or radical, in which the carbon plays the part of a negative; -- formerly termed carburet.

carbimidenoun (n.) The technical name for isocyanic acid. See under Isocyanic.

carbinenoun (n.) A short, light musket or rifle, esp. one used by mounted soldiers or cavalry.

carbineernoun (n.) A soldier armed with a carbine.

carbinolnoun (n.) Methyl alcohol, CH3OH; -- also, by extension, any one in the homologous series of paraffine alcohols of which methyl alcohol is the type.

carbohydratenoun (n.) One of a group of compounds including the sugars, starches, and gums, which contain six (or some multiple of six) carbon atoms, united with a variable number of hydrogen and oxygen atoms, but with the two latter always in proportion as to form water; as dextrose, C6H12O6.

carbohydridenoun (n.) A hydrocarbon.

carbolicadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid derived from coal tar and other sources; as, carbolic acid (called also phenic acid, and phenol). See Phenol.

carbonnoun (n.) An elementary substance, not metallic in its nature, which is present in all organic compounds. Atomic weight 11.97. Symbol C. it is combustible, and forms the base of lampblack and charcoal, and enters largely into mineral coals. In its pure crystallized state it constitutes the diamond, the hardest of known substances, occuring in monometric crystals like the octahedron, etc. Another modification is graphite, or blacklead, and in this it is soft, and occurs in hexagonal prisms or tables. When united with oxygen it forms carbon dioxide, commonly called carbonic acid, or carbonic oxide, according to the proportions of the oxygen; when united with hydrogen, it forms various compounds called hydrocarbons. Compare Diamond, and Graphite.
 noun (n.) A carbon rod or pencil used in an arc lamp; also, a plate or piece of carbon used as one of the elements of a voltaic battery.

carbonaceousadjective (a.) Pertaining to, containing, or composed of, carbon.

carbonadenoun (n.) Alt. of Carbonado
 verb (v. t.) To cut (meat) across for frying or broiling; to cut or slice and broil.
 verb (v. t.) To cut or hack, as in fighting.

carbonadonoun (n.) Flesh, fowl, etc., cut across, seasoned, and broiled on coals; a chop.
 noun (n.) A black variety of diamond, found in Brazil, and used for diamond drills. It occurs in irregular or rounded fragments, rarely distinctly crystallized, with a texture varying from compact to porous.
 verb (v. t.) Alt. of Carbonade

carbonadoingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Carbonade

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CARMİNE:

English Words which starts with 'car' and ends with 'ine':

carlinenoun (n.) Alt. of Caroline
 noun (n.) Alt. of Carling

carolinenoun (n.) A silver coin once current in some parts of Italy, worth about seven cents.
 noun (n.) A coin. See Carline.

English Words which starts with 'ca' and ends with 'ne':

caballinenoun (n.) Caballine aloes.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a horse.

cacainenoun (n.) The essential principle of cacao; -- now called theobromine.

cacoxenenoun (n.) Alt. of Cacoxenite

cadenenoun (n.) A species of inferior carpet imported from the Levant.

caffeinenoun (n.) A white, bitter, crystallizable substance, obtained from coffee. It is identical with the alkaloid theine from tea leaves, and with guaranine from guarana.

cajuputenenoun (n.) A colorless or greenish oil extracted from cajuput.

calabarinenoun (n.) An alkaloid resembling physostigmine and occurring with it in the calabar bean.

calcarineadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or situated near, the calcar of the brain.

calycineadjective (a.) Pertaining to a calyx; having the nature of a calyx.

calymenenoun (n.) A genus of trilobites characteristic of the Silurian age.

cambrasinenoun (n.) A kind of linen cloth made in Egypt, and so named from its resemblance to cambric.

camphenenoun (n.) One of a series of substances C10H16, resembling camphor, regarded as modified terpenes.

camphinenoun (n.) Rectified oil of turpentine, used for burning in lamps, and as a common solvent in varnishes.

cancrineadjective (a.) Having the qualities of a crab; crablike.

canenoun (n.) A name given to several peculiar palms, species of Calamus and Daemanorops, having very long, smooth flexible stems, commonly called rattans.
 noun (n.) Any plant with long, hard, elastic stems, as reeds and bamboos of many kinds; also, the sugar cane.
 noun (n.) Stems of other plants are sometimes called canes; as, the canes of a raspberry.
 noun (n.) A walking stick; a staff; -- so called because originally made of one the species of cane.
 noun (n.) A lance or dart made of cane.
 noun (n.) A local European measure of length. See Canna.
 verb (v. t.) To beat with a cane.
 verb (v. t.) To make or furnish with cane or rattan; as, to cane chairs.

caninenoun (n.) A canine tooth.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the family Canidae, or dogs and wolves; having the nature or qualities of a dog; like that or those of a dog.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the pointed tooth on each side the incisors.

cannabenenoun (n.) A colorless oil obtained from hemp by distillation, and possessing its intoxicating properties.

cannabineadjective (a.) Pertaining to hemp; hempen.

cantinenoun (n.) See Canteen.

canzonenoun (n.) A song or air for one or more voices, of Provencal origin, resembling, though not strictly, the madrigal.
 noun (n.) An instrumental piece in the madrigal style.

cappelinenoun (n.) A hood-shaped bandage for the head, the shoulder, or the stump of an amputated limb.

capellanenoun (n.) The curate of a chapel; a chaplain.

capitolineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Capitol in Rome.

cappadinenoun (n.) A floss or waste obtained from the cocoon after the silk has been reeled off, used for shag.

capreolineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the roebuck.

caprineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a goat; as, caprine gambols.

capsicinenoun (n.) A volatile alkaloid extracted from Capsicum annuum or from capsicin.

capstonenoun (n.) A fossil echinus of the genus Cannulus; -- so called from its supposed resemblance to a cap.

capucinenoun (n.) See Capuchin, 3.

carenenoun (n.) A fast of forty days on bread and water.

caroignenoun (n.) Dead body; carrion.

carvenenoun (n.) An oily substance, C10H16, extracted from oil caraway.

catarrhinenoun (n.) One of the Catarrhina, a division of Quadrumana, including the Old World monkeys and apes which have the nostrils close together and turned downward. See Monkey.

caulineadjective (a.) Growing immediately on a caulis; of or pertaining to a caulis.

cayennenoun (n.) Cayenne pepper.