Name Report For First Name IVON:

IVON

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

Rhymes with IVON - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming IVON

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES İVON AS A WHOLE:

ivona divone ivonne divon tivona

NAMES RHYMING WITH İVON (According to last letters):

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

devon arvon cleavon clevon deavon delvon dervon donavon estevon jovon kevon melvon stevon tavon travon trevon von yvon evon

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

afton carnation aedon solon strephon sidon cihuaton nijlon sokanon odion sion accalon dudon hebron pendragon antton erromon gotzon txanton zorion celyddon eburacon mabon bendision alston alton benton burton carelton fenton hamilton harrison histion kenton pierson preston ralston rawson remington rexton sexton stanton weston aymon ganelon vernon glendon lon anton acheron acteon aeson agamemnon alcmaeon amphion amphitryon andraemon arion bellerophon biton cadmon cenon cercyon charon chiron corydon creon daemon demogorgon demophon deucalion echion endymion erysichthon euryton geryon haemon hyperion iasion iason ion

NAMES RHYMING WITH İVON (According to first letters):

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

ivo ivor ivory

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

iva ivalyn ivan ivana ivane ivanetsr ivankor ivanna ivantie ivar iven iver iverem ives ivette ivey ivie ivy ivyanne

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH İVON:

First Names which starts with 'i' and ends with 'n':

iain ian iban iden ihrin ihsan iman imogen imran inazin inghean inghinn ioan irfan irin irven irvin irvyn irwin irwyn isen isleen istvan iulian ixcatzin ixion izaan izazkun izmirlian

English Words Rhyming IVON

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES İVON AS A WHOLE:

livonianadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Livonia, a district of Russia near the Baltic Sea.

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


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


devonnoun (n.) One of a breed of hardy cattle originating in the country of Devon, England. Those of pure blood have a deep red color. The small, longhorned variety, called North Devons, is distinguished by the superiority of its working oxen.

pavonnoun (n.) A small triangular flag, esp. one attached to a knight's lance; a pennon.

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


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


ivoridenoun (n.) A composition resembling ivory in appearance and used as a substitute for it.

ivorynoun (n.) The hard, white, opaque, fine-grained substance constituting the tusks of the elephant. It is a variety of dentine, characterized by the minuteness and close arrangement of the tubes, as also by their double flexure. It is used in manufacturing articles of ornament or utility.
 noun (n.) The tusks themselves of the elephant, etc.
 noun (n.) Any carving executed in ivory.
 noun (n.) Teeth; as, to show one's ivories.

ivorytypenoun (n.) A picture produced by superposing a very light print, rendered translucent by varnish, and tinted upon the back, upon a stronger print, so as to give the effect of a photograph in natural colors; -- called also hellenotype.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH İVON:

English Words which starts with 'i' and ends with 'n':

iatromathematiciannoun (n.) One of a school of physicians in Italy, about the middle of the 17th century, who tried to apply the laws of mechanics and mathematics to the human body, and hence were eager student of anatomy; -- opposed to the iatrochemists.

iberianadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Iberia.

icarianadjective (a.) Soaring too high for safety, like Icarus; adventurous in flight.

icemannoun (n.) A man who is skilled in traveling upon ice, as among glaciers.
 noun (n.) One who deals in ice; one who retails or delivers ice.

ichneumonnoun (n.) Any carnivorous mammal of the genus Herpestes, and family Viverridae. Numerous species are found in Asia and Africa. The Egyptian species(H. ichneumon), which ranges to Spain and Palestine, is noted for destroying the eggs and young of the crocodile as well as various snakes and lizards, and hence was considered sacred by the ancient Egyptians. The common species of India (H. griseus), known as the mongoose, has similar habits and is often domesticated. It is noted for killing the cobra.
 noun (n.) Any hymenopterous insect of the family Ichneumonidae, of which several thousand species are known, belonging to numerous genera.

ichneumonidannoun (n.) One of the Ichneumonidae.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Ichneumonidae, or ichneumon flies.

ichthidinnoun (n.) A substance from the egg yolk of osseous fishes.

ichthinnoun (n.) A nitrogenous substance resembling vitellin, present in the egg yolk of cartilaginous fishes.

ichthulinnoun (n.) A substance from the yolk of salmon's egg.

ichthyosauriannoun (n.) One of the Ichthyosauria.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Ichthyosauria.

iconnoun (n.) An image or representation; a portrait or pretended portrait.
 noun (n.) A sacred picture representing the Virgin Mary, Christ, a saint, or a martyr, and having the same function as an image of such a person in the Latin Church.

icosahedronnoun (n.) A solid bounded by twenty sides or faces.

icosandrianadjective (a.) Alt. of Icosandrous

icositetrahedronnoun (n.) A twenty-four-sided solid; a tetragonal trisoctahedron or trapezohedron.

idalianadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Idalium, a mountain city in Cyprus, or to Venus, to whom it was sacred.

idealizationnoun (n.) The act or process of idealizing.
 noun (n.) The representation of natural objects, scenes, etc., in such a way as to show their most important characteristics; the study of the ideal.

ideationnoun (n.) The faculty or capacity of the mind for forming ideas; the exercise of this capacity; the act of the mind by which objects of sense are apprehended and retained as objects of thought.

identificationnoun (n.) The act of identifying, or proving to be the same; also, the state of being identified.

idioticonnoun (n.) A dictionary of a peculiar dialect, or of the words and phrases peculiar to one part of a country; a glossary.

idorgannoun (n.) A morphological unit, consisting of two or more plastids, which does not possess the positive character of the person or stock, in distinction from the physiological organ or biorgan. See Morphon.

idumeannoun (n.) An inhabitant of Idumea, an Edomite.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to ancient Idumea, or Edom, in Western Asia.

ignitionnoun (n.) The act of igniting, kindling, or setting on fire.
 noun (n.) The state of being ignited or kindled.

iguanianadjective (a.) Resembling, or pertaining to, the iguana.

iguanodonnoun (n.) A genus of gigantic herbivorous dinosaurs having a birdlike pelvis and large hind legs with three-toed feet capable of supporting the entire body. Its teeth resemble those of the iguana, whence its name. Several species are known, mostly from the Wealden of England and Europe. See Illustration in Appendix.

ilicinnoun (n.) The bitter principle of the holly.

ilixanthinnoun (n.) A yellow dye obtained from the leaves of the holly.

ilkonnoun (pron.) Alt. of Ilkoon

ilkoonnoun (pron.) Each one; every one.

illaqueationnoun (n.) The act of catching or insnaring.
 noun (n.) A snare; a trap.

illationnoun (n.) The act or process of inferring from premises or reasons; perception of the connection between ideas; that which is inferred; inference; deduction; conclusion.

illecebrationnoun (n.) Allurement.

illegitimationnoun (n.) The act of illegitimating; bastardizing.
 noun (n.) The state of being illegitimate; illegitimacy.

illimitationnoun (n.) State of being illimitable; want of, or freedom from, limitation.

illinitionnoun (n.) A smearing or rubbing in or on; also, that which is smeared or rubbed on, as ointment or liniment.
 noun (n.) A thin crust of some extraneous substance formed on minerals.

illiquationnoun (n.) The melting or dissolving of one thing into another.

illisionnoun (n.) The act of dashing or striking against.

illuminationnoun (n.) The act of illuminating, or supplying with light; the state of being illuminated.
 noun (n.) Festive decoration of houses or buildings with lights.
 noun (n.) Adornment of books and manuscripts with colored illustrations. See Illuminate, v. t., 3.
 verb (v. t.) That which is illuminated, as a house; also, an ornamented book or manuscript.
 verb (v. t.) That which illuminates or gives light; brightness; splendor; especially, intellectual light or knowledge.
 verb (v. t.) The special communication of knowledge to the mind by God; inspiration.

illusionnoun (n.) An unreal image presented to the bodily or mental vision; a deceptive appearance; a false show; mockery; hallucination.
 noun (n.) Hence: Anything agreeably fascinating and charning; enchantment; witchery; glamour.
 noun (n.) A sensation originated by some external object, but so modified as in any way to lead to an erroneous perception; as when the rolling of a wagon is mistaken for thunder.
 noun (n.) A plain, delicate lace, usually of silk, used for veils, scarfs, dresses, etc.

illustrationnoun (n.) The act of illustrating; the act of making clear and distinct; education; also, the state of being illustrated, or of being made clear and distinct.
 noun (n.) That which illustrates; a comparison or example intended to make clear or apprehensible, or to remove obscurity.
 noun (n.) A picture designed to decorate a volume or elucidate a literary work.

illutationnoun (n.) The act or operation of smearing the body with mud, especially with the sediment from mineral springs; a mud bath.

imaginationnoun (n.) The imagine-making power of the mind; the power to create or reproduce ideally an object of sense previously perceived; the power to call up mental imagines.
 noun (n.) The representative power; the power to reconstruct or recombine the materials furnished by direct apprehension; the complex faculty usually termed the plastic or creative power; the fancy.
 noun (n.) The power to recombine the materials furnished by experience or memory, for the accomplishment of an elevated purpose; the power of conceiving and expressing the ideal.
 noun (n.) A mental image formed by the action of the imagination as a faculty; a conception; a notion.

imannoun (n.) Alt. of Imaum

imbibitionnoun (n.) The act or process of imbibing, or absorbing; as, the post-mortem imbibition of poisons.

imbricationnoun (n.) An overlapping of the edges, like that of tiles or shingles; hence, intricacy of structure; also, a pattern or decoration representing such a structure.

imbutionnoun (n.) An imbuing.

imesatinnoun (n.) A dark yellow, crystalline substance, obtained by the action of ammonia on isatin.

imitationnoun (n.) The act of imitating.
 noun (n.) That which is made or produced as a copy; that which is made to resemble something else, whether for laudable or for fraudulent purposes; likeness; resemblance.
 noun (n.) One of the principal means of securing unity and consistency in polyphonic composition; the repetition of essentially the same melodic theme, phrase, or motive, on different degrees of pitch, by one or more of the other parts of voises. Cf. Canon.
 noun (n.) The act of condition of imitating another species of animal, or a plant, or unanimate object. See Imitate, v. t., 3.

immanationnoun (n.) A flowing or entering in; -- opposed to emanation.

immersionnoun (n.) The act of immersing, or the state of being immersed; a sinking within a fluid; a dipping; as, the immersion of Achilles in the Styx.
 noun (n.) Submersion in water for the purpose of Christian baptism, as, practiced by the Baptists.
 noun (n.) The state of being overhelmed or deeply absorbed; deep engagedness.
 noun (n.) The dissapearance of a celestail body, by passing either behind another, as in the occultation of a star, or into its shadow, as in the eclipse of a satellite; -- opposed to emersion.

immigrationnoun (n.) The act of immigrating; the passing or coming into a country for the purpose of permanent residence.

imminutionnoun (n.) A lessening; diminution; decrease.

immissionnoun (n.) The act of immitting, or of sending or thrusting in; injection; -- the correlative of emission.

immoderationnoun (n.) Want of moderation.

immolationnoun (n.) The act of immolating, or the state of being immolated, or sacrificed.
 noun (n.) That which is immolated; a sacrifice.

immortalizationnoun (n.) The act of immortalizing, or state of being immortalized.

immortificationnoun (n.) Failure to mortify the passions.

immutationnoun (n.) Change; alteration; mutation.

impactionnoun (n.) The driving of one fragment of bone into another so that the fragments are not movable upon each other; as, impaction of the skull or of the hip.
 noun (n.) An immovable packing; (Med.), a lodgment of something in a strait or passage of the body; as, impaction of the fetal head in the strait of the pelvis; impaction of food or feces in the intestines of man or beast.

impanationadjective (a.) Embodiment in bread; the supposed real presence and union of Christ's material body and blood with the substance of the elements of the eucharist without a change in their nature; -- distinguished from transubstantiation, which supposes a miraculous change of the substance of the elements. It is akin to consubstantiation.

impartationnoun (n.) The act of imparting, or the thing imparted.

impastationnoun (n.) The act of making into paste; that which is formed into a paste or mixture; specifically, a combination of different substances by means of cements.

impatronizationnoun (n.) Absolute seignory or possession; the act of investing with such possession.

impeditionnoun (n.) A hindering; a hindrance.

imperatorianadjective (a.) Imperial.

imperceptionnoun (n.) Want of perception.

imperfectionadjective (a.) The quality or condition of being imperfect; want of perfection; incompleteness; deficiency; fault or blemish.

imperforationnoun (n.) The state of being without perforation.

impersonationnoun (n.) Alt. of Impersonification

impersonificationnoun (n.) The act of impersonating; personification; investment with personality; representation in a personal form.

imperturbationnoun (n.) Freedom from agitation of mind; calmness; quietude.

impetrationnoun (n.) The act of impetrating, or obtaining by petition or entreaty.
 noun (n.) The obtaining of benefice from Rome by solicitation, which benefice belonged to the disposal of the king or other lay patron of the realm.

impignorationnoun (n.) The act of pawning or pledging; the state of being pawned.

impinguationnoun (n.) The act of making fat, or the state of being fat or fattened.

implantationnoun (n.) The act or process of implantating.

impletionnoun (n.) The act of filling, or the state of being full.
 noun (n.) That which fills up; filling.

implexionnoun (n.) Act of involving, or state of being involved; involution.

implicationnoun (n.) The act of implicating, or the state of being implicated.
 noun (n.) An implying, or that which is implied, but not expressed; an inference, or something which may fairly be understood, though not expressed in words.

implorationnoun (n.) The act of imploring; earnest supplication.

implosionnoun (n.) A burstion inwards, as of a vessel from which the air has been exhausted; -- contrasted with explosion.
 noun (n.) A sudden compression of the air in the mouth, simultaneously with and affecting the sound made by the closure of the organs in uttering p, t, or k, at the end of a syllable (see Guide to Pronunciation, //159, 189); also, a similar compression made by an upward thrust of the larynx without any accompanying explosive action, as in the peculiar sound of b, d, and g, heard in Southern Germany.

impoonnoun (n.) The duykerbok.

impositionnoun (n.) The act of imposing, laying on, affixing, enjoining, inflicting, obtruding, and the like.
 noun (n.) That which is imposed, levied, or enjoined; charge; burden; injunction; tax.
 noun (n.) An extra exercise enjoined on students as a punishment.
 noun (n.) An excessive, arbitrary, or unlawful exaction; hence, a trick or deception put on laid on others; cheating; fraud; delusion; imposture.
 noun (n.) The act of laying on the hands as a religious ceremoy, in ordination, confirmation, etc.
 noun (n.) The act or process of imosing pages or columns of type. See Impose, v. t., 4.

imposthumationnoun (n.) The act of forming an abscess; state of being inflamed; suppuration.
 noun (n.) An abscess; an imposthume.

imprecationnoun (n.) The act of imprecating, or invoking evil upon any one; a prayer that a curse or calamity may fall on any one; a curse.

imprecisionnoun (n.) Want of precision.

impregnationnoun (n.) The act of impregnating or the state of being impregnated; fecundation.
 noun (n.) The fusion of a female germ cell (ovum) with a male germ cell (in animals, a spermatozoon) to form a single new cell endowed with the power of developing into a new individual; fertilization; fecundation.
 noun (n.) That with which anything is impregnated.
 noun (n.) Intimate mixture; influsion; saturation.
 noun (n.) An ore deposit, with indefinite boundaries, consisting of rock impregnated with ore.

impreparationnoun (n.) Want of preparation.

impressionnoun (n.) The act of impressing, or the state of being impressed; the communication of a stamp, mold, style, or character, by external force or by influence.
 noun (n.) That which is impressed; stamp; mark; indentation; sensible result of an influence exerted from without.
 noun (n.) That which impresses, or exercises an effect, action, or agency; appearance; phenomenon.
 noun (n.) Influence or effect on the senses or the intellect hence, interest, concern.
 noun (n.) An indistinct notion, remembrance, or belief.
 noun (n.) Impressiveness; emphasis of delivery.
 noun (n.) The pressure of the type on the paper, or the result of such pressure, as regards its appearance; as, a heavy impression; a clear, or a poor, impression; also, a single copy as the result of printing, or the whole edition printed at a given time.
 noun (n.) In painting, the first coat of color, as the priming in house painting and the like.
 noun (n.) A print on paper from a wood block, metal plate, or the like.

improbationnoun (n.) The act of disapproving; disapprobation.
 noun (n.) The act by which falsehood and forgery are proved; an action brought for the purpose of having some instrument declared false or forged.

improperationnoun (n.) The act of upbraiding or taunting; a reproach; a taunt.

impropriationnoun (n.) The act of impropriating; as, the impropriation of property or tithes; also, that which is impropriated.
 noun (n.) The act of putting an ecclesiastical benefice in the hands of a layman, or lay corporation.
 noun (n.) A benefice in the hands of a layman, or of a lay corporation.

improvisationnoun (n.) The act or art of composing and rendering music, poetry, and the like, extemporaneously; as, improvisation on the organ.
 noun (n.) That which is improvised; an impromptu.

improvisionnoun (n.) Improvidence.

impugnationnoun (n.) Act of impugning; opposition; attack.

impulsionnoun (n.) The act of impelling or driving onward, or the state of being impelled; the sudden or momentary agency of a body in motion on another body; also, the impelling force, or impulse.
 noun (n.) Influence acting unexpectedly or temporarily on the mind; sudden motive or influence; impulse.

impurationnoun (n.) Defilement; obscuration.

inactionnoun (n.) Want of action or activity; forbearance from labor; idleness; rest; inertness.

inactuationnoun (n.) Operation.

inadaptationnoun (n.) Want of adaptation; unsuitableness.

inadequationnoun (n.) Want of exact correspondence.

inadhesionnoun (n.) Want of adhesion.