Name Report For First Name MAGGY:


First name MAGGY's origin is English. MAGGY means "abbreviation of margaret. a pearl". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with MAGGY below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of maggy.(Brown names are of the same origin (English) with MAGGY and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with MAGGY - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming MAGGY



NAMES RHYMING WITH MAGGY (According to last letters):

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

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


Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (gy) - Names That Ends with gy:

gyongy rangy

NAMES RHYMING WITH MAGGY (According to first letters):

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

maggi maggie maggie-lyn

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

mag magaere magahet magan maganhildi magar magaskawee magd magda magdala magdalen magdalena magdalene magee magena magnhilda magnild magnilda magnilde magnolia magnus mago

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (ma) - Names That Begins with ma:

ma'isah ma'mun ma'n maahes maarouf maat mab mabbina mabel mabelle mabina mable mabon mabonagrain mabonaqain mabuz mabyn mac maca macadam macadhamh macaire macala macaladair macalister macalpin macalpine macandrew macario macartan macarthur macartur macaulay macauliffe macauslan macawi macayla macayle macbain macbean macbeth macbride maccallum macclennan maccoll maccormack maccus macdaibhidh macdhubh macdomhnall macdonald macdonell macdougal macdoughall macdubhgall macduff mace macee macelroy macen macerio macewen macey macfarlane macfie macgillivray macgowan macgregor macha machair machakw machaon machar machara machau


First Names which starts with 'ma' and ends with 'gy':

First Names which starts with 'm' and ends with 'y':

mackay mackinley macray macy maddy maduley mady mahoney maisy majdy malachy mallory malloy maloney mandy manley manly manny margery marily markey marley marly marty mary matty may mccoy mckinley melby melody mercy merry mickey mihaly miley millenny mindy mishay misty molloy molly moly montay montgomery monty mooney moreley moriarty morly morrey morrisey morrissey mufidy mukonry mulcahy mundy murphey murphy murray murry murtadhy

English Words Rhyming MAGGY


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

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

baggyadjective (a.) Resembling a bag; loose or puffed out, or pendent, like a bag; flabby; as, baggy trousers; baggy cheeks.

claggyadjective (a.) Adhesive; -- said of a roof in a mine to which coal clings.

craggyadjective (a.) Full of crags; rugged with projecting points of rocks; as, the craggy side of a mountain.

flaggyadjective (a.) Weak; flexible; limber.
 adjective (a.) Tasteless; insipid; as, a flaggy apple.
 adjective (a.) Abounding with the plant called flag; as, a flaggy marsh.

jaggyadjective (a.) Having jags; set with teeth; notched; uneven; as, jaggy teeth.

knaggyadjective (a.) Knotty; rough; figuratively, rough in temper.

naggyadjective (a.) Irritable; touchy.

quaggyadjective (a.) Of the nature of a quagmire; yielding or trembling under the foot, as soft, wet earth; spongy; boggy.
 adjective (a.) Of the nature of a quagmire; yielding or trembling under the foot, as soft, wet earth; spongy; boggy.

raggyadjective (a.) Ragged; rough.

shaggynoun (n.) Rough with long hair or wool.
 noun (n.) Rough; rugged; jaggy.

slaggyadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to slag; resembling slag; as, slaggy cobalt.

snaggyadjective (a.) Full of snags; full of short, rough branches or sharp points; abounding with knots.
 adjective (a.) Snappish; cross; ill-tempered.

swaggyadjective (a.) Inclined to swag; sinking, hanging, or leaning by its weight.

zigzaggyadjective (a.) Having sharp turns.

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

boggyadjective (a.) Consisting of, or containing, a bog or bogs; of the nature of a bog; swampy; as, boggy land.

buggynoun (n.) A light one horse two-wheeled vehicle.
 noun (n.) A light, four-wheeled vehicle, usually with one seat, and with or without a calash top.
 adjective (a.) Infested or abounding with bugs.

cloggyadjective (a.) Clogging, or having power to clog.

dreggyadjective (a.) Containing dregs or lees; muddy; foul; feculent.

froggyadjective (a.) Abounding in frogs.

groggyadjective (a.) Overcome with grog; tipsy; unsteady on the legs.
 adjective (a.) Weakened in a fight so as to stagger; -- said of pugilists.
 adjective (a.) Moving in a hobbling manner, owing to ten der feet; -- said of a horse.

leggyadjective (a.) Having long legs.

poggynoun (n.) See Porgy.
 noun (n.) A small whale.

ruggyadjective (a.) Rugged; rough.

scroggyadjective (a.) Abounding in scrog; also, twisted; stunted.

sloggyadjective (a.) Sluggish.

sluggyadjective (a.) Sluggish.

spriggyadjective (a.) Full of sprigs or small branches.

twiggyadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a twig or twigs; like a twig or twigs; full of twigs; abounding with shoots.

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

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

maggedadjective (a.) Worn; fretted; as, a magged brace.

maggioreadjective (a.) Greater, in respect to scales, intervals, etc., when used in opposition to minor; major.

maggotnoun (n.) The footless larva of any fly. See Larval.
 noun (n.) A whim; an odd fancy.

maggotinessnoun (n.) State of being maggoty.

maggotishadjective (a.) Full of whims or fancies; maggoty.

maggotyadjective (a.) Infested with maggots.
 adjective (a.) Full of whims; capricious.

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

magbotenoun (n.) Compensation for the injury done by slaying a kinsman.
 noun (n.) See Maegbote.

magazinenoun (n.) A receptacle in which anything is stored, especially military stores, as ammunition, arms, provisions, etc.
 noun (n.) The building or room in which the supply of powder is kept in a fortification or a ship.
 noun (n.) A chamber in a gun for holding a number of cartridges to be fed automatically to the piece.
 noun (n.) A pamphlet published periodically containing miscellaneous papers or compositions.
 noun (n.) A country or district especially rich in natural products.
 noun (n.) A city viewed as a marketing center.
 noun (n.) A reservoir or supply chamber for a stove, battery, camera, typesetting machine, or other apparatus.
 noun (n.) A store, or shop, where goods are kept for sale.
 verb (v. t.) To store in, or as in, a magazine; to store up for use.

magaziningnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Magazine
 noun (n.) The act of editing, or writing for, a magazine.

magazinernoun (n.) One who edits or writes for a magazine.

magazinistnoun (n.) One who edits or writes for a magazine.

magdalaadjective (a.) Designating an orange-red dyestuff obtained from naphthylamine, and called magdala red, naphthalene red, etc.

magdalennoun (n.) A reformed prostitute.

magdaleonnoun (n.) A medicine in the form of a roll, a esp. a roll of plaster.

magdeburgnoun (n.) A city of Saxony.

magenoun (n.) A magician.

magellanicadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to, or named from, Magellan, the navigator.

magentanoun (n.) An aniline dye obtained as an amorphous substance having a green bronze surface color, which dissolves to a shade of red; also, the color; -- so called from Magenta, in Italy, in allusion to the battle fought there about the time the dye was discovered. Called also fuchsine, roseine, etc.

maghetnoun (n.) A name for daisies and camomiles of several kinds.

maginoun (n. pl.) A caste of priests, philosophers, and magicians, among the ancient Persians; hence, any holy men or sages of the East.

magiannoun (n.) One of the Magi, or priests of the Zoroastrian religion in Persia; an adherent of the Zoroastrian religion.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Magi.

magicadjective (a.) A comprehensive name for all of the pretended arts which claim to produce effects by the assistance of supernatural beings, or departed spirits, or by a mastery of secret forces in nature attained by a study of occult science, including enchantment, conjuration, witchcraft, sorcery, necromancy, incantation, etc.
 adjective (a.) Alt. of Magical

magicaladjective (a.) Pertaining to the hidden wisdom supposed to be possessed by the Magi; relating to the occult powers of nature, and the producing of effects by their agency.
 adjective (a.) Performed by, or proceeding from, occult and superhuman agencies; done by, or seemingly done by, enchantment or sorcery. Hence: Seemingly requiring more than human power; imposing or startling in performance; producing effects which seem supernatural or very extraordinary; having extraordinary properties; as, a magic lantern; a magic square or circle.

magiciannoun (n.) One skilled in magic; one who practices the black art; an enchanter; a necromancer; a sorcerer or sorceress; a conjurer.

magilpnoun (n.) Alt. of Magilph

magilphnoun (n.) See Megilp.

magisternoun (n.) Master; sir; -- a title of the Middle Ages, given to a person in authority, or to one having a license from a university to teach philosophy and the liberal arts.

magisterialadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a master or magistrate, or one in authority; having the manner of a magister; official; commanding; authoritative. Hence: Overbearing; dictatorial; dogmatic.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to, produced by, or of the nature of, magistery. See Magistery, 2.

magisterialitynoun (n.) Magisterialness; authoritativeness.

magisterialnessnoun (n.) The quality or state of being magisterial.

magisterynoun (n.) Mastery; powerful medical influence; renowned efficacy; a sovereign remedy.
 noun (n.) A magisterial injunction.
 noun (n.) A precipitate; a fine substance deposited by precipitation; -- applied in old chemistry to certain white precipitates from metallic solutions; as, magistery of bismuth.

magistracynoun (n.) The office or dignity of a magistrate.
 noun (n.) The collective body of magistrates.

magistralnoun (n.) A sovereign medicine or remedy.
 noun (n.) A magistral line.
 noun (n.) Powdered copper pyrites used in the amalgamation of ores of silver, as at the Spanish mines of Mexico and South America.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to a master; magisterial; authoritative; dogmatic.
 adjective (a.) Commanded or prescribed by a magister, esp. by a doctor; hence, effectual; sovereign; as, a magistral sirup.
 adjective (a.) Formulated extemporaneously, or for a special case; -- opposed to officinal, and said of prescriptions and medicines.

magistralitynoun (n.) Magisterialness; arbitrary dogmatism.

magistratenoun (n.) A person clothed with power as a public civil officer; a public civil officer invested with the executive government, or some branch of it.

magistraticadjective (a.) Alt. of Magistratical

magistraticaladjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or proceeding from, a magistrate; having the authority of a magistrate.

magistraturenoun (n.) Magistracy.

magmanoun (n.) Any crude mixture of mineral or organic matters in the state of a thin paste.
 noun (n.) A thick residuum obtained from certain substances after the fluid parts are expressed from them; the grounds which remain after treating a substance with any menstruum, as water or alcohol.
 noun (n.) A salve or confection of thick consistency.
 noun (n.) The molten matter within the earth, the source of the material of lava flows, dikes of eruptive rocks, etc.
 noun (n.) The glassy base of an eruptive rock.
 noun (n.) The amorphous or homogenous matrix or ground mass, as distinguished from well-defined crystals; as, the magma of porphyry.

magnalitynoun (n.) A great act or event; a great attainment.

magnanimitynoun (n.) The quality of being magnanimous; greatness of mind; elevation or dignity of soul; that quality or combination of qualities, in character, which enables one to encounter danger and trouble with tranquility and firmness, to disdain injustice, meanness and revenge, and to act and sacrifice for noble objects.

magnanimousadjective (a.) Great of mind; elevated in soul or in sentiment; raised above what is low, mean, or ungenerous; of lofty and courageous spirit; as, a magnanimous character; a magnanimous conqueror.
 adjective (a.) Dictated by or exhibiting nobleness of soul; honorable; noble; not selfish.

magnesnoun (n.) Magnet.

magnesianoun (n.) A light earthy white substance, consisting of magnesium oxide, and obtained by heating magnesium hydrate or carbonate, or by burning magnesium. It has a slightly alkaline reaction, and is used in medicine as a mild antacid laxative. See Magnesium.

magnesianadjective (a.) Pertaining to, characterized by, or containing, magnesia or magnesium.

magnesicadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, magnesium; as, magnesic oxide.

magnesitenoun (n.) Native magnesium carbonate occurring in white compact or granular masses, and also in rhombohedral crystals.

magnesiumnoun (n.) A light silver-white metallic element, malleable and ductile, quite permanent in dry air but tarnishing in moist air. It burns, forming (the oxide) magnesia, with the production of a blinding light (the so-called magnesium light) which is used in signaling, in pyrotechny, or in photography where a strong actinic illuminant is required. Its compounds occur abundantly, as in dolomite, talc, meerschaum, etc. Symbol Mg. Atomic weight, 24.4. Specific gravity, 1.75.

magnetnoun (n.) The loadstone; a species of iron ore (the ferrosoferric or magnetic ore, Fe3O4) which has the property of attracting iron and some of its ores, and, when freely suspended, of pointing to the poles; -- called also natural magnet.
 noun (n.) A bar or mass of steel or iron to which the peculiar properties of the loadstone have been imparted; -- called, in distinction from the loadstone, an artificial magnet.

magneticnoun (n.) A magnet.
 noun (n.) Any metal, as iron, nickel, cobalt, etc., which may receive, by any means, the properties of the loadstone, and which then, when suspended, fixes itself in the direction of a magnetic meridian.
 adjective (a.) Alt. of Magnetical

magneticaladjective (a.) Pertaining to the magnet; possessing the properties of the magnet, or corresponding properties; as, a magnetic bar of iron; a magnetic needle.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to, or characterized by, the earth's magnetism; as, the magnetic north; the magnetic meridian.
 adjective (a.) Capable of becoming a magnet; susceptible to magnetism; as, the magnetic metals.
 adjective (a.) Endowed with extraordinary personal power to excite the feelings and to win the affections; attractive; inducing attachment.
 adjective (a.) Having, susceptible to, or induced by, animal magnetism, so called; as, a magnetic sleep. See Magnetism.

magneticalnessnoun (n.) Quality of being magnetic.

magneticiannoun (n.) One versed in the science of magnetism; a magnetist.

magneticsnoun (n.) The science of magnetism.

magnetiferousadjective (a.) Producing or conducting magnetism.

magnetismnoun (n.) The property, quality, or state, of being magnetic; the manifestation of the force in nature which is seen in a magnet.
 noun (n.) The science which treats of magnetic phenomena.
 noun (n.) Power of attraction; power to excite the feelings and to gain the affections.


English Words which starts with 'ma' and ends with 'gy':

macrologynoun (n.) Long and tedious talk without much substance; superfluity of words.

malacologynoun (n.) The science which relates to the structure and habits of mollusks.

malacostracologynoun (n.) That branch of zoological science which relates to the crustaceans; -- called also carcinology.

mammalogynoun (n.) The science which relates to mammals or the Mammalia. See Mammalia.

mammologynoun (n.) Mastology. See Mammalogy.

mantologynoun (n.) The act or art of divination.

martyrologynoun (n.) A history or account of martyrs; a register of martyrs.

mastologynoun (n.) The natural history of Mammalia.

mateologynoun (n.) A vain, unprofitable discourse or inquiry.

maungyadjective (a.) Mangy.

mazologynoun (n.) Same as Mastology.