Name Report For First Name MONICA:

MONICA

First name MONICA's origins are Slavic and English. MONICA means "adviser or nun" (Slavic) and "variant of mona" in English. You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with MONICA below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of monica.(Brown names are of the same origin (Slavic,English) with MONICA and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with MONICA - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming MONICA

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES MONÝCA AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH MONÝCA (According to last letters):

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

veronica

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

danica denica domenica dominica ranica jenica anica

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

ica marica rodica valerica milintica costica africa alarica angelica anjelica cedrica chica derica derrica eirica elica enrica erica frederica gerica rica ulrica vivica petrica florica jessica roderica nordica amorica

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

chubasca fresca francisca albracca kalyca teca anca lizuca raluca acca becca bianca blanca darerca francesca frenchesca monca ricca draca freca gianluca lucca maca rebecca aglaeca andsaca ichtaca

NAMES RHYMING WITH MONÝCA (According to first letters):

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

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

monifa monika moniqua monique

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

mona monaeka moncha moncreiffe monette mongo mongwau monohan monroe montae montague montaigu montaine montaro montay monte montel montes montez montgomery month montie montrel montrell montrelle monty monyyak

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

moana mochni modesta modeste modig modraed modred modron moerae mogens mogue mohamad mohamed mohamet mohammad mohammed moibeal moin moina moira moirai moire moireach moises mokatavatah moke moketavato moketaveto moketoveto moki mokovaoto molan molara molimo molli mollie molloy molly molner moly momoztli momus momuso mooney moor moore moosa mopsus mor mora morag morain moran moraunt morcades mordecai mordechai mordehai mordke mordrain mordrayans mordred more moreen moreland moreley morell morella morenike

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH MONÝCA:

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

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

mabbina mabina macala macayla macha machara machayla machupa mackayla mackenna macmurra mada madalena madalina maddalena madeeha madeleina madelena madelina madena madia madina madora madra maelisa maertisa magda magdala magdalena magena magnhilda magnilda magnolia maha mahala mahalia mahila mahina maia maiana maida maira mairia mairona maitea maitena maitilda maiya majeeda majella majida maka makala makarioa makda makeda makela makemba makena makenna makya malaika malana maleka malia maliha malika malila malina malinda malita malmuira malva malvina mana manaba manara manauia manda mandisa manisha maniya mankalita manoela mantotohpa manuela manya maola mapiya mara maranda marcela marcella marcellia marcia marcsa marea mareesa marelda marella

English Words Rhyming MONICA

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES MONÝCA AS A WHOLE:

enharmonicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to that one of the three kinds of musical scale (diatonic, chromatic, enharmonic) recognized by the ancient Greeks, which consisted of quarter tones and major thirds, and was regarded as the most accurate.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to a change of notes to the eye, while, as the same keys are used, the instrument can mark no difference to the ear, as the substitution of A/ for G/.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to a scale of perfect intonation which recognizes all the notes and intervals that result from the exact tuning of diatonic scales and their transposition into other keys.

gnomonicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the gnomon, or the art of dialing.

harmonicaladjective (a.) Concordant; musical; consonant; as, harmonic sounds.
 adjective (a.) Relating to harmony, -- as melodic relates to melody; harmonious; esp., relating to the accessory sounds or overtones which accompany the predominant and apparent single tone of any string or sonorous body.
 adjective (a.) Having relations or properties bearing some resemblance to those of musical consonances; -- said of certain numbers, ratios, proportions, points, lines. motions, and the like.

harmonicanoun (n.) A musical instrument, consisting of a series of hemispherical glasses which, by touching the edges with the dampened finger, give forth the tones.
 noun (n.) A toy instrument of strips of glass or metal hung on two tapes, and struck with hammers.

hegemonicaladjective (a.) Leading; controlling; ruling; predominant.

inharmonicaladjective (a.) Not harmonic; inharmonious; discordant; dissonant.

mnemonicaladjective (a.) Assisting in memory.

sermonicaladjective (a.) Like, or appropriate to, a sermon; grave and didactic.

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


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


japonicanoun (n.) A species of Camellia (Camellia Japonica), a native of Japan, bearing beautiful red or white flowers. Many other genera have species of the same name.

veronicanoun (n.) A portrait or representation of the face of our Savior on the alleged handkerchief of Saint Veronica, preserved at Rome; hence, a representation of this portrait, or any similar representation of the face of the Savior. Formerly called also Vernacle, and Vernicle.
 noun (n.) A genus scrophulariaceous plants; the speedwell. See Speedwell.


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


arnicanoun (n.) A genus of plants; also, the most important species (Arnica montana), native of the mountains of Europe, used in medicine as a narcotic and stimulant.


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


amphibioticanoun (n. pl.) A division of insects having aquatic larvae.

angelicanoun (n.) An aromatic umbelliferous plant (Archangelica officinalis or Angelica archangelica) the leaf stalks of which are sometimes candied and used in confectionery, and the roots and seeds as an aromatic tonic.
 noun (n.) The candied leaf stalks of angelica.

basilicanoun (n.) Originally, the place of a king; but afterward, an apartment provided in the houses of persons of importance, where assemblies were held for dispensing justice; and hence, any large hall used for this purpose.
 noun (n.) A building used by the Romans as a place of public meeting, with court rooms, etc., attached.
 noun (n.) A church building of the earlier centuries of Christianity, the plan of which was taken from the basilica of the Romans. The name is still applied to some churches by way of honorary distinction.
 noun (n.) A digest of the laws of Justinian, translated from the original Latin into Greek, by order of Basil I., in the ninth century.

brassicanoun (n.) A genus of plants embracing several species and varieties differing much in appearance and qualities: such as the common cabbage (B. oleracea), broccoli, cauliflowers, etc.; the wild turnip (B. campestris); the common turnip (B. rapa); the rape or coleseed (B. napus), etc.

chicanoun (n.) A red coloring matter. extracted from the Bignonia Chica, used by some tribes of South American Indians to stain the skin.
 noun (n.) A fermented liquor or beer made in South American from a decoction of maize.
 noun (n.) A popular Moorish, Spanish, and South American dance, said to be the original of the fandango, etc.

dalmaticanoun (n.) Alt. of Dalmatic

endoplasticanoun (n. pl.) A group of Rhizopoda having a distinct nucleus, as the am/ba.

ericanoun (n.) A genus of shrubby plants, including the heaths, many of them producing beautiful flowers.

formicanoun (n.) A Linnaean genus of hymenopterous insects, including the common ants. See Ant.

hepaticanoun (n.) A genus of pretty spring flowers closely related to Anemone; squirrel cup.
 noun (n.) Any plant, usually procumbent and mosslike, of the cryptogamous class Hepaticae; -- called also scale moss and liverwort. See Hepaticae, in the Supplement.

hydromicanoun (n.) A variety of potash mica containing water. It is less elastic than ordinary muscovite.

jamaicanoun (n.) One of the West India is islands.

lecticanoun (n.) A kind of litter or portable couch.

loricanoun (n.) A cuirass, originally of leather, afterward of plates of metal or horn sewed on linen or the like.
 noun (n.) Lute for protecting vessels from the fire.
 noun (n.) The protective case or shell of an infusorian or rotifer.

majolicanoun (n.) A kind of pottery, with opaque glazing and showy, which reached its greatest perfection in Italy in the 16th century.

micanoun (n.) The name of a group of minerals characterized by highly perfect cleavage, so that they readily separate into very thin leaves, more or less elastic. They differ widely in composition, and vary in color from pale brown or yellow to green or black. The transparent forms are used in lanterns, the doors of stoves, etc., being popularly called isinglass. Formerly called also cat-silver, and glimmer.

myricanoun (n.) A widely dispersed genus of shrubs and trees, usually with aromatic foliage. It includes the bayberry or wax myrtle, the sweet gale, and the North American sweet fern, so called.

naricanoun (n.) The brown coati. See Coati.

naticanoun (n.) Any one of numerous species of marine gastropods belonging to Natica, Lunatia, Neverita, and other allied genera (family Naticidae.) They burrow beneath the sand, or mud, and drill other shells.

quicanoun (n.) A small South American opossum (Didelphys quica), native of Guiana and Brazil. It feeds upon insects, small birds, and fruit.
 noun (n.) A small South American opossum (Didelphys quica), native of Guiana and Brazil. It feeds upon insects, small birds, and fruit.

picanoun (n.) The genus that includes the magpies.
 noun (n.) A vitiated appetite that craves what is unfit for food, as chalk, ashes, coal, etc.; chthonophagia.
 noun (n.) A service-book. See Pie.
 noun (n.) A size of type next larger than small pica, and smaller than English.

polygastricanoun (n. pl.) The Infusoria.

replicanoun (v. & n.) A copy of a work of art, as of a picture or statue, made by the maker of the original.
 noun (v. & n.) Repetition.

sciaticanoun (n.) Neuralgia of the sciatic nerve, an affection characterized by paroxysmal attacks of pain in the buttock, back of the thigh, or in the leg or foot, following the course of the branches of the sciatic nerve. The name is also popularly applied to various painful affections of the hip and the parts adjoining it. See Ischiadic passion, under Ischiadic.

silicanoun (n.) Silicon dioxide, SiO/. It constitutes ordinary quartz (also opal and tridymite), and is artifically prepared as a very fine, white, tasteless, inodorous powder.

spicanoun (n.) A kind of bandage passing, by successive turns and crosses, from an extremity to the trunk; -- so called from its resemblance to a spike of a barley.
 noun (n.) A star of the first magnitude situated in the constellation Virgo.

swasticanoun (n.) A symbol or ornament in the form of a Greek cross with the ends of the arms at right angles all in the same direction, and each prolonged to the height of the parallel arm of the cross. A great many modified forms exist, ogee and volute as well as rectilinear, while various decorative designs, as Greek fret or meander, are derived from or closely associated with it. The swastika is found in remains from the Bronze Age in various parts of Europe, esp. at Hissarlik (Troy), and was in frequent use as late as the 10th century. It is found in ancient Persia, in India, where both Jains and Buddhists used (or still use) it as religious symbol, in China and Japan, and among Indian tribes of North, Central, and South America. It is usually thought to be a charm, talisman, or religious token, esp. a sign of good luck or benediction. Max MuLler distinguished from the swastika, with arms prolonged to the right, the suavastika, with arms prolonged to the left, but this distinction is not commonly recognized. Other names for the swastika are fylfot and gammadion.

theoricanoun (n. pl.) Public moneys expended at Athens on festivals, sacrifices, and public entertainments (especially theatrical performances), and in gifts to the people; -- also called theoric fund.

thoracicanoun (n. pl.) A division of cirripeds including those which have six thoracic segments, usually bearing six pairs of cirri. The common barnacles are examples.

tricanoun (n.) An apothecium in certain lichens, having a spherical surface marked with spiral or concentric ridges and furrows.

urticanoun (n.) A genus of plants including the common nettles. See Nettle, n.

uticaadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, a subdivision of the Trenton Period of the Lower Silurian, characterized in the State of New York by beds of shale.

venaticanoun (n.) See Vinatico.

vesicanoun (n.) A bladder.

vomicanoun (n.) An abscess cavity in the lungs.
 noun (n.) An abscess in any other parenchymatous organ.

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


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



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


moniedadjective (a.) See Moneyed.

monifiernoun (n.) A fossil fish.

moniliformadjective (a.) Joined or constricted, at regular intervals, so as to resemble a string of beads; as, a moniliform root; a moniliform antenna. See Illust. of Antenna.

monimentnoun (n.) Something to preserve memory; a reminder; a monument; hence, a mark; an image; a superscription; a record.

monishernoun (n.) One who monishes; an admonisher.

monishmentnoun (n.) Admonition.

monismnoun (n.) That doctrine which refers all phenomena to a single ultimate constituent or agent; -- the opposite of dualism.
 noun (n.) See Monogenesis, 1.
 noun (n.) The doctrine that the universe is an organized unitary being or total self-inclusive structure.

monistnoun (n.) A believer in monism.

monisticadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or involving, monism.

monitionnoun (n.) Instruction or advice given by way of caution; an admonition; a warning; a caution.
 noun (n.) Information; indication; notice; advice.
 noun (n.) A process in the nature of a summons to appear and answer.
 noun (n.) An order monishing a party complained against to obey under pain of the law.

monitiveadjective (a.) Conveying admonition; admonitory.

monitornoun (n.) One who admonishes; one who warns of faults, informs of duty, or gives advice and instruction by way of reproof or caution.
 noun (n.) Hence, specifically, a pupil selected to look to the school in the absence of the instructor, to notice the absence or faults of the scholars, or to instruct a division or class.
 noun (n.) Any large Old World lizard of the genus Varanus; esp., the Egyptian species (V. Niloticus), which is useful because it devours the eggs and young of the crocodile. It is sometimes five or six feet long.
 noun (n.) An ironclad war vessel, very low in the water, and having one or more heavily-armored revolving turrets, carrying heavy guns.
 noun (n.) A tool holder, as for a lathe, shaped like a low turret, and capable of being revolved on a vertical pivot so as to bring successively the several tools in holds into proper position for cutting.
 noun (n.) A monitor nozzle.

monitorialadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a monitor or monitors.
 adjective (a.) Done or performed by a monitor; as, monitorial work; conducted or taught by monitors; as, a monitorial school; monitorial instruction.

monitorshipnoun (n.) The post or office of a monitor.

monitorynoun (n.) Admonition; warning; especially, a monition proceeding from an ecclesiastical court, but not addressed to any one person.
 adjective (a.) Giving admonition; instructing by way of caution; warning.

monitressnoun (n.) Alt. of Monitrix

monitrixnoun (n.) A female monitor.

monilialesnoun (n. pl.) The largest of the three orders into which the Fungi Imperfecti are divided, including various forms.


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


monanoun (n.) A small, handsome, long-tailed West American monkey (Cercopithecus mona). The body is dark olive, with a spot of white on the haunches.

monachaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to monks or a monastic life; monastic.

monachismnoun (n.) The system and influences of a monastic life; monasticism.

monacidadjective (a.) Having one hydrogen atom replaceable by a negative or acid atom or radical; capable of neutralizing a monobasic acid; -- said of bases, and of certain metals.

monadnoun (n.) An ultimate atom, or simple, unextended point; something ultimate and indivisible.
 noun (n.) The elementary and indestructible units which were conceived of as endowed with the power to produce all the changes they undergo, and thus determine all physical and spiritual phenomena.
 noun (n.) One of the smallest flangellate Infusoria; esp., the species of the genus Monas, and allied genera.
 noun (n.) A simple, minute organism; a primary cell, germ, or plastid.
 noun (n.) An atom or radical whose valence is one, or which can combine with, be replaced by, or exchanged for, one atom of hydrogen.

monadarianoun (n. pl.) The Infusoria.

monadelphianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants having the stamens united into a tube, or ring, by the filaments, as in the Mallow family.

monadelphianadjective (a.) Alt. of Monadelphous

monadelphousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Monadelphia; having the stamens united in one body by the filaments.

monadicadjective (a.) Alt. of Monadical

monadicaladjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or like, a monad, in any of its senses. See Monad, n.

monadiformadjective (a.) Having the form of a monad; resembling a monad in having one or more filaments of vibratile protoplasm; as, monadiform young.

monadologynoun (n.) The doctrine or theory of monads.

monalnoun (n.) Any Asiatic pheasant of the genus Lophophorus, as the Impeyan pheasant.

monamidenoun (n.) An amido compound with only one amido group.

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

monandernoun (n.) One of the Monandria.

monandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants embracing those having but a single stamen.

monandrianadjective (a.) Same as Monandrous.

monandricadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to monandry; practicing monandry as a system of marriage.

monandrousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the monandria; having but one stamen.

monandrynoun (n.) The possession by a woman of only one husband at the same time; -- contrasted with polyandry.

monanthousadjective (a.) Having but one flower; one-flowered.

monarchnoun (n.) A sole or supreme ruler; a sovereign; the highest ruler; an emperor, king, queen, prince, or chief.
 noun (n.) One superior to all others of the same kind; as, an oak is called the monarch of the forest.
 noun (n.) A patron deity or presiding genius.
 noun (n.) A very large red and black butterfly (Danais Plexippus); -- called also milkweed butterfly.
 adjective (a.) Superior to others; preeminent; supreme; ruling.

monarchaladjective (a.) Pertaining to a monarch; suiting a monarch; sovoreign; regal; imperial.

monarchessnoun (n.) A female monarch.

monarchialadjective (a.) Monarchic.

monarchiannoun (n.) One of a sect in the early Christian church which rejected the doctrine of the Trinity; -- called also patripassian.

monarchicadjective (a.) Alt. of Monarchical

monarchicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a monarch, or to monarchy.

monarchismnoun (n.) The principles of, or preference for, monarchy.

monarchistnoun (n.) An advocate of, or believer in, monarchy.

monarchizingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Monarchize

monarchizernoun (n.) One who monarchizes; also, a monarchist.

monarchonoun (n.) The nickname of a crackbrained Italian who fancied himself an emperor.

monarchynoun (n.) A state or government in which the supreme power is lodged in the hands of a monarch.
 noun (n.) A system of government in which the chief ruler is a monarch.
 noun (n.) The territory ruled over by a monarch; a kingdom.

monasnoun (n.) A genus of minute flagellate Infusoria of which there are many species, both free and attached. See Illust. under Monad.

monasterialadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to monastery, or to monastic life.

monasterynoun (n.) A house of religious retirement, or of secusion from ordinary temporal concerns, especially for monks; -- more rarely applied to such a house for females.

monasticnoun (n.) A monk.
 adjective (a.) Alt. of Monastical

monasticaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to monasteries, or to their occupants, rules, etc., as, monastic institutions or rules.
 adjective (a.) Secluded from temporal concerns and devoted to religion; recluse.

monasticismnoun (n.) The monastic life, system, or condition.

monasticonnoun (n.) A book giving an account of monasteries.

monaxialadjective (a.) Having only one axis; developing along a single line or plane; as, monaxial development.

monazitenoun (n.) A mineral occurring usually in small isolated crystals, -- a phosphate of the cerium metals.

mondaynoun (n.) The second day of the week; the day following Sunday.

mondenoun (n.) The world; a globe as an ensign of royalty.

monenoun (n.) The moon.
 noun (n.) A moan.

monecianadjective (a.) Alt. of Monecious

moneciousadjective (a.) See Monoecian, and Monoecious.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH MONÝCA:

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

molluscanoun (n. pl.) One of the grand divisions of the animal kingdom, including the classes Cephalopoda, Gastropoda, PteropodaScaphopoda, and Lamellibranchiata, or Conchifera. These animals have an unsegmented bilateral body, with most of the organs and parts paired, but not repeated longitudinally. Most of them develop a mantle, which incloses either a branchial or a pulmonary cavity. They are generally more or less covered and protected by a calcareous shell, which may be univalve, bivalve, or multivalve.