Name Report For First Name DIX:

DIX

First name DIX's origins are French and English. DIX means "ten" (French) and "variant of dick from richard strong ruler" in English. You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with DIX below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of dix.(Brown names are of the same origin (French,English) with DIX and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with DIX - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming DIX

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES DX AS A WHOLE:

perdix dixie dixon maddix

NAMES RHYMING WITH DX (According to last letters):

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

alix phoenix namacuix calix felix kendrix mannix

NAMES RHYMING WITH DX (According to first letters):

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

dia diahann diahna diamanda diamanta diamante diamon diamond diamonique diamont diamontina dian diana dianda diandra diandre diane dianna diannah dianne diantha dianthe diara diarmaid dibe dice dichali dick dickran dickson didier dido didrika diederich diedre diedrick diega diego dien diep diera dierck dierdre dieter dietrich dietz digna diji dike dikesone dikran dilan dillan dillen dillin dillion dillon dimitrie dimitry dimitur din dina dinadan dinah dinar dinas dino dinora dinorah dinsmore diogo diolmhain diomasach diomedes dion diona diondra diondray diondre dione dionis dionisa dionna dionne dionte dionysia dionysie dionysius dior diorbhall dirce dirck dirk dita diti diu div diva divon divone

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH DX:

First Names which starts with 'd' and ends with 'x':

dax devereaux

English Words Rhyming DIX

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES DX AS A WHOLE:

apodixisnoun (n.) Full demonstration.

appendixnoun (n.) Something appended or added; an appendage, adjunct, or concomitant.
 noun (n.) Any literary matter added to a book, but not necessarily essential to its completeness, and thus distinguished from supplement, which is intended to supply deficiencies and correct inaccuracies.
 noun (n.) The vermiform appendix.

dixienoun (n.) A colloquial name for the Southern portion of the United States, esp. during the Civil War.

perdixnoun (n.) A genus of birds including the common European partridge. Formerly the word was used in a much wider sense to include many allied genera.

radixnoun (n.) A primitive word, from which spring other words; a radical; a root; an etymon.
 noun (n.) A number or quantity which is arbitrarily made the fundamental number of any system; a base. Thus, 10 is the radix, or base, of the common system of logarithms, and also of the decimal system of numeration.
 noun (n.) A finite expression, from which a series is derived.
 noun (n.) The root of a plant.

sandixnoun (n.) A kind of minium, or red lead, made by calcining carbonate of lead, but inferior to true minium.

spadixnoun (n.) A fleshy spike of flowers, usually inclosed in a leaf called a spathe.
 noun (n.) A special organ of the nautilus, due to a modification of the posterior tentacles.

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


Rhyming Words According to Last 2 Letters (ix) - English Words That Ends with ix:


abatvoixnoun (n.) The sounding-board over a pulpit or rostrum.

adjutrixnoun (n.) A female helper or assistant.

administratrixnoun (n.) A woman who administers; esp., one who administers the estate of an intestate, or to whom letters of administration have been granted; a female administrator.

admonitrixnoun (n.) A female admonitor.

affixnoun (n.) That which is affixed; an appendage; esp. one or more letters or syllables added at the end of a word; a suffix; a postfix.
 verb (v. t.) To subjoin, annex, or add at the close or end; to append to; to fix to any part of; as, to affix a syllable to a word; to affix a seal to an instrument; to affix one's name to a writing.
 verb (v. t.) To fix or fasten in any way; to attach physically.
 verb (v. t.) To attach, unite, or connect with; as, names affixed to ideas, or ideas affixed to things; to affix a stigma to a person; to affix ridicule or blame to any one.
 verb (v. t.) To fix or fasten figuratively; -- with on or upon; as, eyes affixed upon the ground.

antefixnoun (n.) An ornament fixed upon a frieze.
 noun (n.) An ornament at the eaves, concealing the ends of the joint tiles of the roof.
 noun (n.) An ornament of the cymatium of a classic cornice, sometimes pierced for the escape of water.

anthelixnoun (n.) Same as Antihelix.

antihelixnoun (n.) The curved elevation of the cartilage of the ear, within or in front of the helix. See Ear.

arbitratrixnoun (n.) A female who arbitrates or judges.

autocratrixnoun (n.) A female sovereign who is independent and absolute; -- a title given to the empresses of Russia.

aviatrixnoun (n.) A woman aviator.

bisectrixnoun (n.) The line bisecting the angle between the optic axes of a biaxial crystal.

calixnoun (n.) A cup. See Calyx.

cervixnoun (n.) The neck; also, the necklike portion of any part, as of the womb. See Illust. of Bird.

cicatrixnoun (n.) The pellicle which forms over a wound or breach of continuity and completes the process of healing in the latter, and which subsequently contracts and becomes white, forming the scar.

coadjutrixnoun (n.) A female coadjutor or assistant.

coexecutrixnoun (n.) A joint executrix.

competitrixnoun (n.) A competitress.

conservatrixnoun (n.) A woman who preserves from loss, injury, etc.

creatrixnoun (n.) A creatress.

creditrixnoun (n.) A female creditor.

crucifixnoun (n.) A representation in art of the figure of Christ upon the cross; esp., the sculptured figure affixed to a real cross of wood, ivory, metal, or the like, used by the Roman Catholics in their devotions.
 noun (n.) The cross or religion of Christ.

curatrixnoun (n.) A woman who cures.
 noun (n.) A woman who is a guardian or custodian.

desertrixnoun (n.) Alt. of Desertrice

dictatrixnoun (n.) A dictatress.

directrixnoun (n.) A directress.
 noun (n.) A line along which a point in another line moves, or which in any way governs the motion of the point and determines the position of the curve generated by it; the line along which the generatrix moves in generating a surface.
 noun (n.) A straight line so situated with respect to a conic section that the distance of any point of the curve from it has a constant ratio to the distance of the same point from the focus.

executrixnoun (n.) A woman exercising the functions of an executor.

fixnoun (n.) A position of difficulty or embarassment; predicament; dilemma.
 noun (n.) fettling.
 adjective (a.) Fixed; solidified.
 verb (v. t.) To make firm, stable, or fast; to set or place permanently; to fasten immovably; to establish; to implant; to secure; to make definite.
 verb (v. t.) To hold steadily; to direct unwaveringly; to fasten, as the eye on an object, the attention on a speaker.
 verb (v. t.) To transfix; to pierce.
 verb (v. t.) To render (an impression) permanent by treating with such applications as will make it insensible to the action of light.
 verb (v. t.) To put in order; to arrange; to dispose of; to adjust; to set to rights; to set or place in the manner desired or most suitable; hence, to repair; as, to fix the clothes; to fix the furniture of a room.
 verb (v. t.) To line the hearth of (a puddling furnace) with fettling.
 verb (v. i.) To become fixed; to settle or remain permanently; to cease from wandering; to rest.
 verb (v. i.) To become firm, so as to resist volatilization; to cease to flow or be fluid; to congeal; to become hard and malleable, as a metallic substance.

flixnoun (n.) Down; fur.
 noun (n.) The flux; dysentery.

fornixnoun (n.) An arch or fold; as, the fornix, or vault, of the cranium; the fornix, or reflection, of the conjuctiva.
 noun (n.) Esp., two longitudinal bands of white nervous tissue beneath the lateral ventricles of the brain.

generatrixnoun (n.) That which generates; the point, or the mathematical magnitude, which, by its motion, generates another magnitude, as a line, surface, or solid; -- called also describent.

helixnoun (n.) A nonplane curve whose tangents are all equally inclined to a given plane. The common helix is the curve formed by the thread of the ordinary screw. It is distinguished from the spiral, all the convolutions of which are in the plane.
 noun (n.) A caulicule or little volute under the abacus of the Corinthian capital.
 noun (n.) The incurved margin or rim of the external ear. See Illust. of Ear.
 noun (n.) A genus of land snails, including a large number of species.

hystrixnoun (n.) A genus of rodents, including the porcupine.

imitatrixnoun (n.) An imitatress.

impostrixnoun (n.) A woman who imposes upon or deceives others.

impropriatrixnoun (n.) A female impropriator.

indicatrixnoun (n.) A certain conic section supposed to be drawn in the tangent plane to any surface, and used to determine the accidents of curvature of the surface at the point of contact. The curve is similar to the intersection of the surface with a parallel to the tangent plane and indefinitely near it. It is an ellipse when the curvature is synclastic, and an hyperbola when the curvature is anticlastic.

infixnoun (n.) Something infixed.
 verb (v. t.) To set; to fasten or fix by piercing or thrusting in; as, to infix a sting, spear, or dart.
 verb (v. t.) To implant or fix; to instill; to inculcate, as principles, thoughts, or instructions; as, to infix good principles in the mind, or ideas in the memory.

inheritrixnoun (n.) Same as Inheritress.

janitrixnoun (n.) A female janitor.

legislatrixnoun (n.) A woman who makes laws.

leptothrixnoun (n.) A genus of bacteria, characterized by having their filaments very long, slender, and indistinctly articulated.
 noun (n.) Having the form of a little chain; -- applied to bacteria when, as in multiplication by fission, they form a chain of filiform individuals.

matrixnoun (n.) The womb.
 noun (n.) Hence, that which gives form or origin to anything
 noun (n.) The cavity in which anything is formed, and which gives it shape; a die; a mold, as for the face of a type.
 noun (n.) The earthy or stony substance in which metallic ores or crystallized minerals are found; the gangue.
 noun (n.) The five simple colors, black, white, blue, red, and yellow, of which all the rest are composed.
 noun (n.) The lifeless portion of tissue, either animal or vegetable, situated between the cells; the intercellular substance.
 noun (n.) A rectangular arrangement of symbols in rows and columns. The symbols may express quantities or operations.

mediatrixnoun (n.) A female mediator.

moderatrixnoun (n.) A female moderator.

monitrixnoun (n.) A female monitor.

mycothrixnoun (n.) The chain of micrococci formed by the division of the micrococci in multiplication.

negotiatrixnoun (n.) A woman who negotiates.

oratrixnoun (n.) A woman plaintiff, or complainant, in equity pleading.

osculatrixnoun (n.) A curve whose contact with a given curve, at a given point, is of a higher order (or involves the equality of a greater number of successive differential coefficients of the ordinates of the curves taken at that point) than that of any other curve of the same kind.

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


Rhyming Words According to First 2 Letters (di) - Words That Begins with di:


diabasenoun (n.) A basic, dark-colored, holocrystalline, igneous rock, consisting essentially of a triclinic feldspar and pyroxene with magnetic iron; -- often limited to rocks pretertiary in age. It includes part of what was early called greenstone.

diabaterialadjective (a.) Passing over the borders.

diabetesnoun (n.) A disease which is attended with a persistent, excessive discharge of urine. Most frequently the urine is not only increased in quantity, but contains saccharine matter, in which case the disease is generally fatal.

diabeticadjective (a.) Alt. of Diabetical

diabeticaladjective (a.) Pertaining to diabetes; as, diabetic or diabetical treatment.

diablerienoun (n.) Alt. of Diabley

diableynoun (n.) Devilry; sorcery or incantation; a diabolical deed; mischief.

diabolicadjective (a.) Alt. of Diabolical

diabolicaladjective (a.) Pertaining to the devil; resembling, or appropriate, or appropriate to, the devil; devilish; infernal; impious; atrocious; nefarious; outrageously wicked; as, a diabolic or diabolical temper or act.

diabolismnoun (n.) Character, action, or principles appropriate to the devil.
 noun (n.) Possession by the devil.

diacatholiconnoun (n.) A universal remedy; -- name formerly to a purgative electuary.

diacausticnoun (n.) That which burns by refraction, as a double convex lens, or the sun's rays concentrated by such a lens, sometimes used as a cautery.
 noun (n.) A curved formed by the consecutive intersections of rays of light refracted through a lens.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to, or possessing the properties of, a species of caustic curves formed by refraction. See Caustic surface, under Caustic.

diachylonnoun (n.) Alt. of Diachylum

diachylumnoun (n.) A plaster originally composed of the juices of several plants (whence its name), but now made of an oxide of lead and oil, and consisting essentially of glycerin mixed with lead salts of the fat acids.

diacidadjective (a.) Divalent; -- said of a base or radical as capable of saturating two acid monad radicals or a dibasic acid. Cf. Dibasic, a., and Biacid.

diacodiumnoun (n.) A sirup made of poppies.

diaconaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a deacon.

diaconatenoun (n.) The office of a deacon; deaconship; also, a body or board of deacons.
 adjective (a.) Governed by deacons.

diacopenoun (n.) Tmesis.

diacousticadjective (a.) Pertaining to the science or doctrine of refracted sounds.

diacousticsnoun (n.) That branch of natural philosophy which treats of the properties of sound as affected by passing through different mediums; -- called also diaphonics. See the Note under Acoustics.

diacriticadjective (a.) Alt. of Diacritical

diacriticaladjective (a.) That separates or distinguishes; -- applied to points or marks used to distinguish letters of similar form, or different sounds of the same letter, as, a, /, a, /, /, etc.

diactinicadjective (a.) Capable of transmitting the chemical or actinic rays of light; as, diactinic media.

diadelphianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants whose stamens are united into two bodies or bundles by their filaments.

diadelphianadjective (a.) Alt. of Diadelphous

diadelphousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the class Diadelphia; having the stamens united into two bodies by their filaments (said of a plant or flower); grouped into two bundles or sets by coalescence of the filaments (said of stamens).

diademnoun (n.) Originally, an ornamental head band or fillet, worn by Eastern monarchs as a badge of royalty; hence (later), also, a crown, in general.
 noun (n.) Regal power; sovereignty; empire; -- considered as symbolized by the crown.
 noun (n.) An arch rising from the rim of a crown (rarely also of a coronet), and uniting with others over its center.
 verb (v. t.) To adorn with a diadem; to crown.

diadromnoun (n.) A complete course or vibration; time of vibration, as of a pendulum.

diaeresisnoun (n.) Alt. of Dieresis

dieresisnoun (n.) The separation or resolution of one syllable into two; -- the opposite of synaeresis.
 noun (n.) A mark consisting of two dots [/], placed over the second of two adjacent vowels, to denote that they are to be pronounced as distinct letters; as, cooperate, aerial.
 noun (n.) Same as Diaeresis.

diaereticadjective (a.) Caustic.

diageotropicadjective (a.) Relating to, or exhibiting, diageotropism.

diageotropismnoun (n.) The tendency of organs (as roots) of plants to assume a position oblique or transverse to a direction towards the center of the earth.

diaglyphnoun (n.) An intaglio.

diaglyphicadjective (a.) Alt. of Diaglyphtic

diaglyphticadjective (a.) Represented or formed by depressions in the general surface; as, diaglyphic sculpture or engraving; -- opposed to anaglyphic.

diagnosisnoun (n.) The art or act of recognizing the presence of disease from its signs or symptoms, and deciding as to its character; also, the decision arrived at.
 noun (n.) Scientific determination of any kind; the concise description of characterization of a species.
 noun (n.) Critical perception or scrutiny; judgment based on such scrutiny; esp., perception of, or judgment concerning, motives and character.

diagnosticnoun (n.) The mark or symptom by which one disease is known or distinguished from others.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to, or furnishing, a diagnosis; indicating the nature of a disease.

diagnosticsnoun (n.) That part of medicine which has to do with ascertaining the nature of diseases by means of their symptoms or signs.

diagometernoun (n.) A sort of electroscope, invented by Rousseau, in which the dry pile is employed to measure the amount of electricity transmitted by different bodies, or to determine their conducting power.

diagonalnoun (n.) A right line drawn from one angle to another not adjacent, of a figure of four or more sides, and dividing it into two parts.
 noun (n.) A member, in a framed structure, running obliquely across a panel.
 noun (n.) A diagonal cloth; a kind of cloth having diagonal stripes, ridges, or welts made in the weaving.
 adjective (a.) Joining two not adjacent angles of a quadrilateral or multilateral figure; running across from corner to corner; crossing at an angle with one of the sides.

diagonialadjective (a.) Diagonal; diametrical; hence; diametrically opposed.

diagramnoun (n.) A figure or drawing made to illustrate a statement, or facilitate a demonstration; a plan.
 noun (n.) Any simple drawing made for mathematical or scientific purposes, or to assist a verbal explanation which refers to it; a mechanical drawing, as distinguished from an artistical one.
 verb (v. t.) To put into the form of a diagram.

diagrammaticadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or of the nature of, a diagram; showing by diagram.

diagraphnoun (n.) A drawing instrument, combining a protractor and scale.

diagraphicadjective (a.) Alt. of Diagraphical

diagraphicaladjective (a.) Descriptive.

diagraphicsnoun (n.) The art or science of descriptive drawing; especially, the art or science of drawing by mechanical appliances and mathematical rule.

diaheliotropicadjective (a.) Relating or, or manifesting, diaheliotropism.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH DX:

English Words which starts with 'd' and ends with 'x':

darnexnoun (n.) Alt. of Darnic

decomplexadjective (a.) Repeatedly compound; made up of complex constituents.

defluxnoun (n.) Downward flow.

dentexnoun (n.) An edible European marine fish (Sparus dentex, or Dentex vulgaris) of the family Percidae.

devexnoun (n.) Devexity.
 adjective (a.) Bending down; sloping.

diceboxnoun (n.) A box from which dice are thrown in gaming.

donaxnoun (n.) A canelike grass of southern Europe (Arundo Donax), used for fishing rods, etc.

duplexadjective (a.) Double; twofold.
 adjective (a.) To arrange, as a telegraph line, so that two messages may be transmitted simultaneously; to equip with a duplex telegraphic outfit.

duxnoun (n.) The scholastic name for the theme or subject of a fugue, the answer being called the comes, or companion.

diplexadjective (a.) Pertaining to the sending of two messages in the same direction at the same time. Diplex and contraplex are the two varieties of duplex.