Name Report For First Name ELIM:


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

Rhymes with ELIM - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming ELIM


elimu selima

NAMES RHYMING WITH ELÝM (According to last letters):

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

salim abdul-alim abdul-halim alim halim muslim alalim

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

akim makarim rim abdikarim hakim zaim abdul-azim abdul-hakim abdul-karim abdul-rahim hashim hatim ibrahim ka'im karim mu'tasim naim nazim qasim wasim erim asim hieronim acim iaokim ioakim cim kim zera'im chaim chayim cruim efraim efrayim ephraim hayyim jim jorim kassim kharim mealcoluim nasim qssim rishim serafim seraphim sim tim nadim kasim basim azim joachim nissim

NAMES RHYMING WITH ELÝM (According to first letters):

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

eli elia eliana eliane elias eliaures eliazar elica elicia elida elidor elidure elienor eliezer elihu elija elijah elina elinor elinore eliora eliot eliott elis elisa elisa-mae elisabet elisabeta elisabeth elisabetta elisamarie elisavet elisaveta elise eliseo elisha elishama elisheba elisheva elishia eliska elissa elita elivina eliza elizabeth elizabetta elizaveta

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

el-marees el-nefous el-saraya elaina elaine elam elan elana elayna elayne elazar elazaro elbert elberta elberte elberti elbertina elbertine elbertyna elcie elda eldan elden elder eldon eldora eldoris eldred eldreda eldrian eldrick eldrid eldrida eldride eldridge eldur eldwin eldwyn eleadora eleanor eleanora eleazar electra eleena elefteria eleftherios elek elena elene eleni elenora eleonora


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

eadelm earm effiom efrem ephram ephrem esam esinam essam evadeam

English Words Rhyming ELIM


delimitationnoun (n.) The act or process of fixing limits or boundaries; limitation.

eliminantnoun (n.) The result of eliminating n variables between n homogeneous equations of any degree; -- called also resultant.

eliminatingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Eliminate

eliminationnoun (n.) The act of expelling or throwing off
 noun (n.) the act of discharging or excreting waste products or foreign substances through the various emunctories.
 noun (n.) Act of causing a quantity to disappear from an equation; especially, in the operation of deducing from several equations containing several unknown quantities a less number of equations containing a less number of unknown quantities.
 noun (n.) The act of obtaining by separation, or as the result of eliminating; deduction. [See Eliminate, 4.]

eliminativeadjective (a.) Relating to, or carrying on, elimination.

preliminarynoun (n.) That which precedes the main discourse, work, design, or business; something introductory or preparatory; as, the preliminaries to a negotiation or duel; to take one's preliminaries the year before entering college.
 adjective (a.) Introductory; previous; preceding the main discourse or business; prefatory; as, preliminary observations to a discourse or book; preliminary articles to a treaty; preliminary measures; preliminary examinations.

rochelimenoun (n.) Lime in the lump after it is burned; quicklime.

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

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

glimnoun (n.) Brightness; splendor.
 noun (n.) A light or candle.

limnoun (n.) A limb.

muslimnoun (n.) See Moslem.

nephilimnoun (n. pl.) Giants.

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

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

elicitadjective (a.) Elicited; drawn out; made real; open; evident.
 verb (v. t.) To draw out or entice forth; to bring to light; to bring out against the will; to deduce by reason or argument; as, to elicit truth by discussion.

elicitingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Elicit

elicitationnoun (n.) The act of eliciting.

elidingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Elide

eligibilitynoun (n.) The quality of being eligible; eligibleness; as, the eligibility of a candidate; the eligibility of an offer of marriage.

eligibleadjective (a.) That may be selected; proper or qualified to be chosen; legally qualified to be elected and to hold office.
 adjective (a.) Worthy to be chosen or selected; suitable; desirable; as, an eligible situation for a house.

eligiblenessnoun (n.) The quality worthy or qualified to be chosen; suitableness; desirableness.

elinguationnoun (n.) Punishment by cutting out the tongue.

elinguidadjective (a.) Tongue-tied; dumb.

eliquamentnoun (n.) A liquid obtained from fat, or fat fish, by pressure.

eliquationnoun (n.) The process of separating a fusible substance from one less fusible, by means of a degree of heat sufficient to melt the one and not the other, as an alloy of copper and lead; liquation.

elisonnoun (n.) Division; separation.
 noun (n.) The cutting off or suppression of a vowel or syllable, for the sake of meter or euphony; esp., in poetry, the dropping of a final vowel standing before an initial vowel in the following word, when the two words are drawn together.

elisornoun (n.) An elector or chooser; one of two persons appointed by a court to return a jury or serve a writ when the sheriff and the coroners are disqualified.

elitenoun (n.) A choice or select body; the flower; as, the elite of society.
 noun (n.) See Army organization, Switzerland.

elixationnoun (n.) A seething; digestion.

elixirnoun (n.) A tincture with more than one base; a compound tincture or medicine, composed of various substances, held in solution by alcohol in some form.
 noun (n.) An imaginary liquor capable of transmuting metals into gold; also, one for producing life indefinitely; as, elixir vitae, or the elixir of life.
 noun (n.) The refined spirit; the quintessence.
 noun (n.) Any cordial or substance which invigorates.

elizabethannoun (n.) One who lived in England in the time of Queen Elizabeth.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to Queen Elizabeth or her times, esp. to the architecture or literature of her reign; as, the Elizabethan writers, drama, literature.


English Words which starts with 'e' and ends with 'm':

eardrumnoun (n.) The tympanum. See Illust. of Ear.

earldomnoun (n.) The jurisdiction of an earl; the territorial possessions of an earl.
 noun (n.) The status, title, or dignity of an earl.

earthwormnoun (n.) Any worm of the genus Lumbricus and allied genera, found in damp soil. One of the largest and most abundant species in Europe and America is L. terrestris; many others are known; -- called also angleworm and dewworm.
 noun (n.) A mean, sordid person; a niggard.

ebionitismnoun (n.) The system or doctrine of the Ebionites.

ecballiumnoun (n.) A genus of cucurbitaceous plants consisting of the single species Ecballium agreste (or Elaterium), the squirting cucumber. Its fruit, when ripe, bursts and violently ejects its seeds, together with a mucilaginous juice, from which elaterium, a powerful cathartic medicine, is prepared.

ecclesiasticismnoun (n.) Strong attachment to ecclesiastical usages, forms, etc.

echinodermnoun (n.) One of the Echinodermata.

eclecticismnoun (n.) Theory or practice of an eclectic.

eclegmnoun (n.) A medicine made by mixing oils with sirups.

ecthoreumnoun (n.) The slender, hollow thread of a nettling cell or cnida. See Nettling cell.

ectobronchiumnoun (n.) One of the dorsal branches of the main bronchi in the lungs of birds.

ectocuneriformnoun (n.) Alt. of Ectocuniform

ectocuniformnoun (n.) One of the bones of the tarsus. See Cuneiform.

ectodermnoun (n.) The outer layer of the blastoderm; epiblast.
 noun (n.) The external skin or outer layer of an animal or plant, this being formed in an animal from the epiblast. See Illust. of Blastoderm.

ectoplasmnoun (n.) The outer transparent layer of protoplasm in a developing ovum.
 noun (n.) The outer hyaline layer of protoplasm in a vegetable cell.
 noun (n.) The ectosarc of protozoan.

ectorganismnoun (n.) An external parasitic organism.

ectropiumnoun (n.) Same as Ectropion.

effluviumadjective (a.) Subtile or invisible emanation; exhalation perceived by the sense of smell; especially, noisome or noxious exhalation; as, the effluvium from diseased or putrefying bodies, or from ill drainage.

egoismnoun (n.) The doctrine of certain extreme adherents or disciples of Descartes and Johann Gottlieb Fichte, which finds all the elements of knowledge in the ego and the relations which it implies or provides for.
 noun (n.) Excessive love and thought of self; the habit of regarding one's self as the center of every interest; selfishness; -- opposed to altruism.

egomismnoun (n.) Egoism.

egotheismnoun (n.) The deification of self.

egotismnoun (n.) The practice of too frequently using the word I; hence, a speaking or writing overmuch of one's self; self-exaltation; self-praise; the act or practice of magnifying one's self or parading one's own doings. The word is also used in the sense of egoism.

ekaluminiumnoun (n.) The name given to a hypothetical element, -- later discovered and called gallium. See Gallium, and cf. Ekabor.

elateriumnoun (n.) A cathartic substance obtained, in the form of yellowish or greenish cakes, as the dried residue of the juice of the wild or squirting cucumber (Ecballium agreste, formerly called Momordica Elaterium).

elbowroomnoun (n.) Room to extend the elbows on each side; ample room for motion or action; free scope.

eleaticismnoun (n.) The Eleatic doctrine.

electicismnoun (n.) See Eclecticism.

electrumnoun (n.) Amber.
 noun (n.) An alloy of gold and silver, of an amber color, used by the ancients.
 noun (n.) German-silver plate. See German silver, under German.

elementalismadjective (a.) The theory that the heathen divinities originated in the personification of elemental powers.

elmnoun (n.) A tree of the genus Ulmus, of several species, much used as a shade tree, particularly in America. The English elm is Ulmus campestris; the common American or white elm is U. Americana; the slippery or red elm, U. fulva.

elogiumnoun (n.) Alt. of Elogy

elohimnoun (n.) One of the principal names by which God is designated in the Hebrew Scriptures.

elysiumnoun (n.) A dwelling place assigned to happy souls after death; the seat of future happiness; Paradise.
 noun (n.) Hence, any delightful place.

elytriformadjective (a.) Having the form, or structure, of an elytron.

elytrumnoun (n.) One of the anterior pair of wings in the Coleoptera and some other insects, when they are thick and serve only as a protection for the posterior pair.
 noun (n.) One of the shieldlike dorsal scales of certain annelids. See Chaetopoda.

emblemnoun (n.) Inlay; inlaid or mosaic work; something ornamental inserted in a surface.
 noun (n.) A visible sign of an idea; an object, or the figure of an object, symbolizing and suggesting another object, or an idea, by natural aptness or by association; a figurative representation; a typical designation; a symbol; as, a balance is an emblem of justice; a scepter, the emblem of sovereignty or power; a circle, the emblem of eternity.
 noun (n.) A picture accompanied with a motto, a set of verse, or the like, intended as a moral lesson or meditation.
 verb (v. t.) To represent by an emblem; to symbolize.

embolismnoun (n.) Intercalation; the insertion of days, months, or years, in an account of time, to produce regularity; as, the embolism of a lunar month in the Greek year.
 noun (n.) Intercalated time.
 noun (n.) The occlusion of a blood vessel by an embolus. Embolism in the brain often produces sudden unconsciousness and paralysis.

embryoniformadjective (a.) Like an embryo in form.

emotionalismnoun (n.) The cultivation of an emotional state of mind; tendency to regard things in an emotional manner.

empasmnoun (n.) A perfumed powder sprinkled upon the body to mask the odor of sweat.

empiricismnoun (n.) The method or practice of an empiric; pursuit of knowledge by observation and experiment.
 noun (n.) Specifically, a practice of medicine founded on mere experience, without the aid of science or a knowledge of principles; ignorant and unscientific practice; charlatanry; quackery.
 noun (n.) The philosophical theory which attributes the origin of all our knowledge to experience.

emporiumnoun (n.) A place of trade; a market place; a mart; esp., a city or town with extensive commerce; the commercial center of a country.
 noun (n.) The brain.

encomiumnoun (n.) Warm or high praise; panegyric; strong commendation.

encyclopedismnoun (n.) The art of writing or compiling encyclopedias; also, possession of the whole range of knowledge; encyclopedic learning.

endocardiumnoun (n.) The membrane lining the cavities of the heart.

endodermnoun (n.) The inner layer of the skin or integument of an animal.
 noun (n.) The innermost layer of the blastoderm and the structures derived from it; the hypoblast; the entoblast. See Illust. of Ectoderm.

endometriumnoun (n.) The membrane lining the inner surface of the uterus, or womb.

endomysiumnoun (n.) The delicate bands of connective tissue interspersed among muscular fibers.

endoneuriumnoun (n.) The delicate bands of connective tissue among nerve fibers.

endophloeumnoun (n.) The inner layer of the bark of trees.

endoplasmnoun (n.) The protoplasm in the interior of a cell.

endospermnoun (n.) The albumen of a seed; -- limited by recent writers to that formed within the embryo sac.

endosteumnoun (n.) The layer of vascular connective tissue lining the medullary cavities of bone.

endotheciumnoun (n.) The inner lining of an anther cell.

endotheliumnoun (n.) The thin epithelium lining the blood vessels, lymphatics, and serous cavities. See Epithelium.

englishismnoun (n.) A quality or characteristic peculiar to the English.
 noun (n.) A form of expression peculiar to the English language as spoken in England; an Anglicism.

enormadjective (a.) Enormous.

ensiformadjective (a.) Having the form of a sword blade; sword-shaped; as, an ensiform leaf.

entheasmnoun (n.) Inspiration; enthusiasm.

enthusiasmnoun (n.) Inspiration as if by a divine or superhuman power; ecstasy; hence, a conceit of divine possession and revelation, or of being directly subject to some divine impulse.
 noun (n.) A state of impassioned emotion; transport; elevation of fancy; exaltation of soul; as, the poetry of enthusiasm.
 noun (n.) Enkindled and kindling fervor of soul; strong excitement of feeling on behalf of a cause or a subject; ardent and imaginative zeal or interest; as, he engaged in his profession with enthusiasm.
 noun (n.) Lively manifestation of joy or zeal.

entobronchiumnoun (n.) One of the main bronchi in the lungs of birds.

entocuneiformnoun (n.) Alt. of Entocuniform

entocuniformnoun (n.) One of the bones of the tarsus. See Cuneiform.

entodermnoun (n.) See Endoderm, and Illust. of Blastoderm.

entoplasmnoun (n.) The inner granular layer of protoplasm in a developing ovum.
 noun (n.) Endosarc.

entorganismnoun (n.) An internal parasitic organism.

entosternumnoun (n.) See Entoplastron.

entropiumnoun (n.) The inversion or turning in of the border of the eyelids.

ephippiumnoun (n.) A depression in the sphenoid bone; the pituitary fossa.
 noun (n.) A saddle-shaped cavity to contain the winter eggs, situated on the back of Cladocera.

ephraimnoun (n.) A hunter's name for the grizzly bear.

epicardiumnoun (n.) That of the pericardium which forms the outer surface of the heart; the cardiac pericardium.

epicediumnoun (n.) An epicede.

epicleidiumnoun (n.) A projection, formed by a separate ossification, at the scapular end of the clavicle of many birds.

epicraniumnoun (n.) The upper and superficial part of the head, including the scalp, muscles, etc.
 noun (n.) The dorsal wall of the head of insects.

epicureanismnoun (n.) Attachment to the doctrines of Epicurus; the principles or belief of Epicurus.

epicurismnoun (n.) The doctrines of Epicurus.
 noun (n.) Epicurean habits of living; luxury.

epidermnoun (n.) The epidermis.

epigastriumnoun (n.) The upper part of the abdomen.

epigeumnoun (n.) See Perigee.

epigramnoun (n.) A short poem treating concisely and pointedly of a single thought or event. The modern epigram is so contrived as to surprise the reader with a witticism or ingenious turn of thought, and is often satirical in character.
 noun (n.) An effusion of wit; a bright thought tersely and sharply expressed, whether in verse or prose.
 noun (n.) The style of the epigram.

epileptiformadjective (a.) Resembling epilepsy.

epilogismnoun (n.) Enumeration; computation.

epineuriumnoun (n.) The connective tissue framework and sheath of a nerve which bind together the nerve bundles, each of which has its own special sheath, or perineurium.

epiphragmnoun (n.) A membranaceous or calcareous septum with which some mollusks close the aperture of the shell during the time of hibernation, or aestivation.

epiphyllumnoun (n.) A genus of cactaceous plants having flattened, jointed stems, and petals united in a tube. The flowers are very showy, and several species are in cultivation.

epipodiumnoun (n.) One of the lateral lobes of the foot in certain gastropods.

epipolismnoun (n.) See Fluorescence.

episcopalianismnoun (n.) The doctrine and usages of Episcopalians; episcopacy.

epispermnoun (n.) The skin or coat of a seed, especially the outer coat. See Testa.

episternumnoun (n.) A median bone connected with the sternum, in many vertebrates; the interclavicle.
 noun (n.) Same as Epiplastron.
 noun (n.) One of the lateral pieces next to the sternum in the thorax of insects.

episyllogismnoun (n.) A syllogism which assumes as one of its premises a proposition which was the conclusion of a preceding syllogism, called, in relation to this, the prosyllogism.

epithalamiumnoun (n.) A nuptial song, or poem in honor of the bride and bridegroom.

epitheliumnoun (n.) The superficial layer of cells lining the alimentary canal and all its appendages, all glands and their ducts, blood vessels and lymphatics, serous cavities, etc. It often includes the epidermis (i. e., keratin-producing epithelial cells), and it is sometimes restricted to the alimentary canal, the glands and their appendages, -- the term endothelium being applied to the lining membrane of the blood vessels, lymphatics, and serous cavities.

epithemnoun (n.) Any external topical application to the body, except ointments and plasters, as a poultice, lotion, etc.

eponymnoun (n.) Alt. of Eponyme

equestrianismnoun (n.) The art of riding on horseback; performance on horseback; horsemanship; as, feats equestrianism.

equiformadjective (a.) Having the same form; uniform.

equilibriumnoun (n.) Equality of weight or force; an equipoise or a state of rest produced by the mutual counteraction of two or more forces.
 noun (n.) A level position; a just poise or balance in respect to an object, so that it remains firm; equipoise; as, to preserve the equilibrium of the body.
 noun (n.) A balancing of the mind between motives or reasons, with consequent indecision and doubt.

equisetiformadjective (a.) Having the form of the equisetum.

equisetumnoun (n.) A genus of vascular, cryptogamic, herbaceous plants; -- also called horsetails.