Name Report For First Name HYPSIPYLE:

HYPSIPYLE

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

Rhymes with HYPSIPYLE - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming HYPSIPYLE

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES HYPS›PYLE AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH HYPS›PYLE (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 8 Letters (ypsipyle) - Names That Ends with ypsipyle:

Rhyming Names According to Last 7 Letters (psipyle) - Names That Ends with psipyle:

Rhyming Names According to Last 6 Letters (sipyle) - Names That Ends with sipyle:

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

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

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

eriphyle eurayle abegayle chamyle gayle macayle argyle carlyle cayle coyle daryle dayle goveniayle hayle kyle lyle nyle odayle udayle vayle doyle governayle

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

kifle njemile udele naile nile tale adele crocale cybele helle myrtle nephele odele omphale semele kiele rachele akinwole bekele kelile roble sule tekle stille bankole chibale kafele tearle michelle neville scoville maoltuile murthuile somhairle aristotle ercole theophile zale kale daniele emmanuele gamble vasile abbigale adelle afrodille anabelle angelle annabelle aprille ardelle areille ariele arielle arnelle audrielle belle bernelle bonnibelle brielle camile camille carole cecile cecille chanelle channelle chantalle chantelle chavelle chenelle cherelle cherrelle chevelle dale danele danelle danielle

NAMES RHYMING WITH HYPS›PYLE (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 8 Letters (hypsipyl) - Names That Begins with hypsipyl:

Rhyming Names According to First 7 Letters (hypsipy) - Names That Begins with hypsipy:

Rhyming Names According to First 6 Letters (hypsip) - Names That Begins with hypsip:

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

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

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

hypate hypatia hyperion hypermnestra hypnos

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

hyacinth hyacinthe hyacinthusr hyades hyancinthe hyatt hyde hydra hygeia hygieia hylas hylda hyman hymen hyrieus hyunh

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH HYPS›PYLE:

First Names which starts with 'hyps' and ends with 'pyle':

First Names which starts with 'hyp' and ends with 'yle':

First Names which starts with 'hy' and ends with 'le':

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

haele haethowine hahnee haidee hailie haille halcyone haldane hale halette halle hallie haloke halwende hannalee hanne hannele hannelore hanriette hantaywee hare harelache hargrove harimanne harkahome harlake harlie harlowe harmonee harmonie harriette harte hasione hattie hausisse haye haylee hayley-jade haylie hazle heallstede heardwine hearne hearpere heathdene heathle hebe hecate hedvige heide helaine helene helice helike heloise henriette heortwode here hermandine hermione hermoine herne herve herzeloyde hesione hettie hide hilaire hildagarde hilde hildie hillocke hippolyte hline hodsone hok'ee holde holle hollee hollie home honbrie honore hope horae hortense howe howie hue huette hugette hughette hulde hume hurlee hurste hweolere hwistlere

English Words Rhyming HYPSIPYLE

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES HYPS›PYLE AS A WHOLE:



ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH HYPS›PYLE (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 8 Letters (ypsipyle) - English Words That Ends with ypsipyle:



Rhyming Words According to Last 7 Letters (psipyle) - English Words That Ends with psipyle:



Rhyming Words According to Last 6 Letters (sipyle) - English Words That Ends with sipyle:



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


aeolipylenoun (n.) An apparatus consisting chiefly of a closed vessel (as a globe or cylinder) with one or more projecting bent tubes, through which steam is made to pass from the vessel, causing it to revolve.


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


micropylenoun (n.) An opening in the membranes surrounding the ovum, by which nutrition is assisted and the entrance of the spermatozoa permitted.
 noun (n.) An opening in the outer coat of a seed, through which the fecundating pollen enters the ovule.


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


amphiprostylenoun (n.) An amphiprostyle temple or edifice.
 adjective (a.) Doubly prostyle; having columns at each end, but not at the sides.

araeostylenoun (a. & n.) See Intercolumniation.

araeosystylenoun (a. & n.) See Intercolumniation.

areostylenoun (a. & n.) See Intercolumniation, and Araeostyle.

areosystylenoun (a. & n.) See Intercolumniation, and Araeosystyle.

artiodactylenoun (n.) One of the Artiodactyla.

aylenoun (n.) A grandfather.

bashylenoun (n.) See Basyle.

basylenoun (n.) A positive or nonacid constituent of compound, either elementary, or, if compound, performing the functions of an element.

besaylenoun (n.) A great-grandfather.
 noun (n.) A kind of writ which formerly lay where a great-grandfather died seized of lands in fee simple, and on the day of his death a stranger abated or entered and kept the heir out. This is now abolished.

blastostylenoun (n.) In certain hydroids, an imperfect zooid, whose special function is to produce medusoid buds. See Hydroidea, and Athecata.

cephalostylenoun (n.) The anterior end of the notochord and its bony sheath in the base of cartilaginous crania.

chylenoun (n.) A milky fluid containing the fatty matter of the food in a state of emulsion, or fine mechanical division; formed from chyme by the action of the intestinal juices. It is absorbed by the lacteals, and conveyed into the blood by the thoracic duct.

condylenoun (n.) A bony prominence; particularly, an eminence at the end of a bone bearing a rounded articular surface; -- sometimes applied also to a concave articular surface.

cotylenoun (n.) A cuplike cavity or organ. Same as Acetabulum.

cyclostylenoun (n.) A contrivance for producing manifold copies of writing or drawing. The writing or drawing is done with a style carrying a small wheel at the end which makes minute punctures in the paper, thus converting it into a stencil. Copies are transferred with an inked roller.

cyrtostylenoun (n.) A circular projecting portion.

decastylenoun (n.) A portico having ten pillars or columns in front.
 adjective (a.) Having ten columns in front; -- said of a portico, temple, etc.

diastylenoun (n.) See under Intercolumniation.

distyleadjective (a.) Having two columns in front; -- said of a temple, portico, or the like.

dodecastylenoun (n.) A dodecastyle portico, or building.
 adjective (a.) Having twelve columns in front.

endostylenoun (n.) A fold of the endoderm, which projects into the blood cavity of ascidians. See Tunicata.

epicondylenoun (n.) A projection on the inner side of the distal end of the numerus; the internal condyle.

epistylenoun (n.) A massive piece of stone or wood laid immediately on the abacus of the capital of a column or pillar; -- now called architrave.

eustylenoun (n.) See Intercolumnlation.

galletylenoun (n.) A little tile of glazed earthenware.

gargoylenoun (n.) A spout projecting from the roof gutter of a building, often carved grotesquely.

gargylenoun (n.) See Gargoyle.

gurgoylenoun (n.) See Gargoyle.

gylenoun (n.) Fermented wort used for making vinegar.

hexastylenoun (n.) A hexastyle portico or temple.
 adjective (a.) Having six columns in front; -- said of a portico or temple.

hypostyleadjective (a.) Resting upon columns; constructed by means of columns; -- especially applied to the great hall at Karnak.

kabylenoun (n.) A Berber, as in Algiers or Tunis. See Berber.

monocotyleadjective (a.) Monocotyledonous.

moylenoun (n. & v.) See Moil, and Moile.

octastyleadjective (a.) See Octostyle.

octostylenoun (n.) An octostyle portico or temple.
 adjective (a.) Having eight columns in the front; -- said of a temple or portico. The Parthenon is octostyle, but most large Greek temples are hexastele. See Hexastyle.

odylenoun (n.) See Od. [Archaic].

pentadactyleadjective (a.) Having five digits to the hand or foot.
 adjective (a.) Having five appendages resembling fingers or toes.

pentastylenoun (n.) A portico having five columns.
 adjective (a.) Having five columns in front; -- said of a temple or portico in classical architecture.

peristylenoun (n.) A range of columns with their entablature, etc.; specifically, a complete system of columns, whether on all sides of a court, or surrounding a building, such as the cella of a temple. Used in the former sense, it gives name to the larger and inner court of a Roman dwelling, the peristyle. See Colonnade.

phylenoun (n.) A local division of the people in ancient Athens; a clan; a tribe.

polystylenoun (n.) A polystyle hall or edifice.
 adjective (a.) Having many columns; -- said of a building, especially of an interior part or court; as, a polystyle hall.

prostylenoun (n.) A prostyle portico or building.
 adjective (a.) Having columns in front.

protylenoun (n.) The hypothetical homogeneous cosmic material of the original universe, supposed to have been differentiated into what are recognized as distinct chemical elements.

pycnostylenoun (n.) A pycnostyle colonnade.
 adjective (a.) See under Intercolumniation.

pygostylenoun (n.) The plate of bone which forms the posterior end of the vertebral column in most birds; the plowshare bone; the vomer. It is formed by the union of a number of the last caudal vertebrae, and supports the uropigium.

scroylenoun (n.) A mean fellow; a wretch.

soylenoun (n.) Prey.
 verb (v. t.) To solve, to clear up; as, to soyl all other texts.

spondylenoun (n.) A joint of the backbone; a vertebra.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH HYPS›PYLE (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 8 Letters (hypsipyl) - Words That Begins with hypsipyl:



Rhyming Words According to First 7 Letters (hypsipy) - Words That Begins with hypsipy:



Rhyming Words According to First 6 Letters (hypsip) - Words That Begins with hypsip:



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


hypsiloidadjective (a.) Resembling the Greek letter / in form; hyoid.


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


hypsometernoun (n.) An instrument for measuring heights by observation of barometric pressure; esp., one for determining heights by ascertaining the boiling point of water. It consists of a vessel for water, with a lamp for heating it, and an inclosed thermometer for showing the temperature of ebullition.

hypsometricadjective (a.) Alt. of Hypsometrical

hypsometricaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to hypsometry.

hypsometrynoun (n.) That branch of the science of geodesy which has to do with the measurement of heights, either absolutely with reference to the sea level, or relatively.


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


hypnoun (n.) An abbreviation of hypochonaria; -- usually in plural.
 verb (v. t.) To make melancholy.

hypaethraladjective (a.) Alt. of Hypethral

hypethraladjective (a.) Exposed to the air; wanting a roof; -- applied to a building or part of a building.

hypallagenoun (n.) A figure consisting of a transference of attributes from their proper subjects to other. Thus Virgil says, "dare classibus austros," to give the winds to the fleets, instead of dare classibus austris, to give the fleets to the winds.

hypanthiumnoun (n.) A fruit consisting in large part of a receptacle, enlarged below the calyx, as in the Calycanthus, the rose hip, and the pear.

hypapophysisnoun (n.) A process, or other element, of a vertebra developed from the ventral side of the centrum, as haemal spines, and chevron bones.

hyparterialadjective (a.) Situated below an artery; applied esp. to the branches of the bronchi given off below the point where the pulmonary artery crosses the bronchus.

hypaspistnoun (n.) A shield-bearer or armor-bearer.

hypaxialadjective (a.) Beneath the axis of the skeleton; subvertebral; hyposkeletal.

hyperaemianoun (n.) A superabundance or congestion of blood in an organ or part of the body.

hyperaesthesianoun (n.) A state of exalted or morbidly increased sensibility of the body, or of a part of it.

hyperapophysisnoun (n.) A lateral and backward-projecting process on the dorsal side of a vertebra.

hyperaspistnoun (n.) One who holds a shield over another; hence, a defender.

hyperbaticadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to an hyperbaton; transposed; inverted.

hyperbatonnoun (n.) A figurative construction, changing or inverting the natural order of words or clauses; as, "echoed the hills" for "the hills echoed."

hyperbolanoun (n.) A curve formed by a section of a cone, when the cutting plane makes a greater angle with the base than the side of the cone makes. It is a plane curve such that the difference of the distances from any point of it to two fixed points, called foci, is equal to a given distance. See Focus. If the cutting plane be produced so as to cut the opposite cone, another curve will be formed, which is also an hyperbola. Both curves are regarded as branches of the same hyperbola. See Illust. of Conic section, and Focus.

hyperbolenoun (n.) A figure of speech in which the expression is an evident exaggeration of the meaning intended to be conveyed, or by which things are represented as much greater or less, better or worse, than they really are; a statement exaggerated fancifully, through excitement, or for effect.

hyperbolicadjective (a.) Alt. of Hyperbolical

hyperbolicaladjective (a.) Belonging to the hyperbola; having the nature of the hyperbola.
 adjective (a.) Relating to, containing, or of the nature of, hyperbole; exaggerating or diminishing beyond the fact; exceeding the truth; as, an hyperbolical expression.

hyperboliformadjective (a.) Having the form, or nearly the form, of an hyperbola.

hyperbolismnoun (n.) The use of hyperbole.

hyperbolistnoun (n.) One who uses hyperboles.

hyperbolizingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Hyperbolize

hyperboloidnoun (n.) A surface of the second order, which is cut by certain planes in hyperbolas; also, the solid, bounded in part by such a surface.
 adjective (a.) Having some property that belongs to an hyperboloid or hyperbola.

hyperboreannoun (n.) One of the people who lived beyond the North wind, in a land of perpetual sunshine.
 noun (n.) An inhabitant of the most northern regions.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the region beyond the North wind, or to its inhabitants.
 adjective (a.) Northern; belonging to, or inhabiting, a region in very far north; most northern; hence, very cold; fright, as, a hyperborean coast or atmosphere.

hypercarburetedadjective (a.) Having an excessive proportion of carbonic acid; -- said of bicarbonates or acid carbonates.

hypercatalecticadjective (a.) Having a syllable or two beyond measure; as, a hypercatalectic verse.

hyperchloricadjective (a.) See Perchloric.

hyperchromatismnoun (n.) The condition of having an unusual intensity of color.

hypercriticnoun (n.) One who is critical beyond measure or reason; a carping critic; a captious censor.
 adjective (a.) Hypercritical.

hypercriticaladjective (a.) Over critical; unreasonably or unjustly critical; carping; captious.
 adjective (a.) Excessively nice or exact.

hypercriticismnoun (n.) Excessive criticism, or unjust severity or rigor of criticism; zoilism.

hyperdicroticadjective (a.) Excessive dicrotic; as, a hyperdicrotic pulse.

hyperdicrotismnoun (n.) A hyperdicrotic condition.

hyperdicrotousadjective (a.) Hyperdicrotic.

hyperdulianoun (n.) Veneration or worship given to the Virgin Mary as the most exalted of mere creatures; higher veneration than dulia.

hyperdulynoun (n.) Hyperdulia.

hyperesthesianoun (n.) Same as Hyperaesthesia.

hypericumnoun (n.) A genus of plants, generally with dotted leaves and yellow flowers; -- called also St. John's-wort.

hyperinosisnoun (n.) A condition of the blood, characterized by an abnormally large amount of fibrin, as in many inflammatory diseases.

hyperionnoun (n.) The god of the sun; in the later mythology identified with Apollo, and distinguished for his beauty.

hyperkinesisnoun (n.) Abnormally increased muscular movement; spasm.

hyperkineticadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to hyperkinesis.

hypermetamorphosisnoun (n.) A kind of metamorphosis, in certain insects, in which the larva itself undergoes remarkable changes of form and structure during its growth.

hypermeternoun (n.) A verse which has a redundant syllable or foot; a hypercatalectic verse.
 noun (n.) Hence, anything exceeding the ordinary standard.

hypermetricaladjective (a.) Having a redundant syllable; exceeding the common measure.

hypermetropianoun (n.) Alt. of Hypermetropy

hypermetropynoun (n.) A condition of the eye in which, through shortness of the eyeball or fault of the refractive media, the rays of light come to a focus behind the retina; farsightedness; -- called also hyperopia. Cf. Emmetropia.

hypermyrioramanoun (n.) A show or exhibition having a great number of scenes or views.

hyperoartianoun (n. pl.) An order of marsipobranchs including the lampreys. The suckerlike moth contains numerous teeth; the nasal opening is in the middle of the head above, but it does not connect with the mouth. See Cyclostoma, and Lamprey.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH HYPS›PYLE:

English Words which starts with 'hyps' and ends with 'pyle':



English Words which starts with 'hyp' and ends with 'yle':



English Words which starts with 'hy' and ends with 'le':

hybridizableadjective (a.) Capable of forming a hybrid, or of being subjected to a hybridizing process; capable of producing a hybrid by union with another species or stock.

hydrocelenoun (n.) A collection of serous fluid in the areolar texture of the scrotum or in the coverings, especially in the serous sac, investing the testicle or the spermatic cord; dropsy of the testicle.

hypobolenoun (n.) A figure in which several things are mentioned that seem to make against the argument, or in favor of the opposite side, each of them being refuted in order.