Name Report For First Name AFYA:


First name AFYA's origin is African. AFYA means "swahili female name (also spelled afiya) and kiswahili word meaning "health."afya bora means "good health."". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with AFYA below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of afya.(Brown names are of the same origin (African) with AFYA and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with AFYA - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming AFYA



NAMES RHYMING WITH AFYA (According to last letters):

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

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

anaya annakiya chanya hadiya kenya radhiya zakiya aliya inaya lamya' najya rayya thurayya panya raziya aya ilithya ibolya adya ahalya anasuya arya chhaya lakya sandhya shaibya miya taya toya hakidonmuya kaya kolenya mapiya pamuya natalya sofiya akinsanya yahya el-saraya zakariyya guaiya kasiya kolya abhaya acharya aditya agastya agneya akshobhya ahiliya oya aaleahya aarshiya aasiya aiya aleksandrya amya ananya aniya asya atalaya bitya bronya camraya carmya chaya daganya danya enya galya genaya hadya jadaya jamiya jaya jenaya jiya kashiya latoya legaya letya leya maiya maniya manya maurya maya mikeya mireya moya mya nadiya nasya olya reya sabiya sanya saumya sharanya shriya

NAMES RHYMING WITH AFYA (According to first letters):

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

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

afaf afafa afeef afework afeworki afia afif afifah afina afra afraima afram afreda afric africa afrodille afton afua


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

aala aarika aashka abba abda abdalla abdera abdulla abeba abelia abella abellona abena abequa aberfa abia abida abisha abjaja abra abraha abriana abrianna acacia academia acantha acca acima ada adaira adairia adalbrechta adalgisa adalheida adalia adalicia adalwolfa adama adamina adana adanna adara adda addula adeela adela adelajda adelia adelina adelinda adelisa adelita adella adelpha adena adeola adharma adia adianna adiba adiella adila adima adina adira adisa adiva adjoa admeta admina adolpha adoncia adonia adora adowa adra adreana adreanna adriana adrianna adsaluta adsila adwoa aeaea aegina aeldra aenedlea aerwyna aethelha aethelreda aethra aetna agacia agafia agalaia agalia agana agata agatha agbenyaga

English Words Rhyming AFYA


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

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

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

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


English Words which starts with 'a' and ends with 'a':

abacanoun (n.) The Manila-hemp plant (Musa textilis); also, its fiber. See Manila hemp under Manila.

abadanoun (n.) The rhinoceros.

abanganoun (n.) A West Indian palm; also the fruit of this palm, the seeds of which are used as a remedy for diseases of the chest.

abbanoun (n.) Father; religious superior; -- in the Syriac, Coptic, and Ethiopic churches, a title given to the bishops, and by the bishops to the patriarch.

abdominalianoun (n. pl.) A group of cirripeds having abdominal appendages.

abomanoun (n.) A large South American serpent (Boa aboma).

abracadabranoun (n.) A mystical word or collocation of letters written as in the figure. Worn on an amulet it was supposed to ward off fever. At present the word is used chiefly in jest to denote something without meaning; jargon.

abranchiatanoun (n. pl.) A group of annelids, so called because the species composing it have no special organs of respiration.

abscissanoun (n.) One of the elements of reference by which a point, as of a curve, is referred to a system of fixed rectilineal coordinate axes.

abunanoun (n.) The Patriarch, or head of the Abyssinian Church.

acacianoun (n.) A roll or bag, filled with dust, borne by Byzantine emperors, as a memento of mortality. It is represented on medals.
 noun (n.) A genus of leguminous trees and shrubs. Nearly 300 species are Australian or Polynesian, and have terete or vertically compressed leaf stalks, instead of the bipinnate leaves of the much fewer species of America, Africa, etc. Very few are found in temperate climates.
 noun (n.) The inspissated juice of several species of acacia; -- called also gum acacia, and gum arabic.

acanthanoun (n.) A prickle.
 noun (n.) A spine or prickly fin.
 noun (n.) The vertebral column; the spinous process of a vertebra.

acanthocephalanoun (n. pl.) A group of intestinal worms, having the proboscis armed with recurved spines.

acarinanoun (n. pl.) The group of Arachnida which includes the mites and ticks. Many species are parasitic, and cause diseases like the itch and mange.

acciaccaturanoun (n.) A short grace note, one semitone below the note to which it is prefixed; -- used especially in organ music. Now used as equivalent to the short appoggiatura.

aceldamanoun (n.) The potter's field, said to have lain south of Jerusalem, purchased with the bribe which Judas took for betraying his Master, and therefore called the field of blood. Fig.: A field of bloodshed.

acephalanoun (n. pl.) That division of the Mollusca which includes the bivalve shells, like the clams and oysters; -- so called because they have no evident head. Formerly the group included the Tunicata, Brachiopoda, and sometimes the Bryozoa. See Mollusca.

acetabuliferanoun (n. pl.) The division of Cephalopoda in which the arms are furnished with cup-shaped suckers, as the cuttlefishes, squids, and octopus; the Dibranchiata. See Cephalopoda.

achatinanoun (n.) A genus of land snails, often large, common in the warm parts of America and Africa.

acholianoun (n.) Deficiency or want of bile.

aciculanoun (n.) One of the needlelike or bristlelike spines or prickles of some animals and plants; also, a needlelike crystal.

acinesianoun (n.) Same as Akinesia.

aconitianoun (n.) Same as Aconitine.

acontianoun (n. pl.) Threadlike defensive organs, composed largely of nettling cells (cnidae), thrown out of the mouth or special pores of certain Actiniae when irritated.

acranianoun (n.) Partial or total absence of the skull.
 noun (n.) The lowest group of Vertebrata, including the amphioxus, in which no skull exists.

acrasianoun (n.) Alt. of Acrasy

acraspedanoun (n. pl.) A group of acalephs, including most of the larger jellyfishes; the Discophora.

acrisianoun (n.) Alt. of Acrisy

acritanoun (n. pl.) The lowest groups of animals, in which no nervous system has been observed.

actinarianoun (n. pl.) A large division of Anthozoa, including those which have simple tentacles and do not form stony corals. Sometimes, in a wider sense, applied to all the Anthozoa, expert the Alcyonaria, whether forming corals or not.

actinianoun (n.) An animal of the class Anthozoa, and family Actinidae. From a resemblance to flowers in form and color, they are often called animal flowers and sea anemones. [See Polyp.].
 noun (n.) A genus in the family Actinidae.

actinotrochanoun (n. pl.) A peculiar larval form of Phoronis, a genus of marine worms, having a circle of ciliated tentacles.

actinozoanoun (n. pl.) A group of Coelenterata, comprising the Anthozoa and Ctenophora. The sea anemone, or actinia, is a familiar example.

actinulanoun (n. pl.) A kind of embryo of certain hydroids (Tubularia), having a stellate form.

adansonianoun (n.) A genus of great trees related to the Bombax. There are two species, A. digitata, the baobab or monkey-bread of Africa and India, and A. Gregorii, the sour gourd or cream-of-tartar tree of Australia. Both have a trunk of moderate height, but of enormous diameter, and a wide-spreading head. The fruit is oblong, and filled with pleasantly acid pulp. The wood is very soft, and the bark is used by the natives for making ropes and cloth.

adelphianoun (n.) A "brotherhood," or collection of stamens in a bundle; -- used in composition, as in the class names, Monadelphia, Diadelphia, etc.

adenalgianoun (n.) Alt. of Adenalgy

adularianoun (n.) A transparent or translucent variety of common feldspar, or orthoclase, which often shows pearly opalescent reflections; -- called by lapidaries moonstone.

adversarianoun (n. pl.) A miscellaneous collection of notes, remarks, or selections; a commonplace book; also, commentaries or notes.

adynamianoun (n.) Considerable debility of the vital powers, as in typhoid fever.

aegicranianoun (n. pl.) Sculptured ornaments, used in classical architecture, representing rams' heads or skulls.

aerophobianoun (n.) Alt. of Aerophoby

aesthesianoun (n.) Perception by the senses; feeling; -- the opposite of anaesthesia.

aganoun (n.) Alt. of Agha

aghanoun (n.) In Turkey, a commander or chief officer. It is used also as a title of respect.

agalactianoun (n.) Alt. of Agalaxy

agamanoun (n.) A genus of lizards, one of the few which feed upon vegetable substances; also, one of these lizards.

agoranoun (n.) An assembly; hence, the place of assembly, especially the market place, in an ancient Greek city.

agouaranoun (n.) The crab-eating raccoon (Procyon cancrivorus), found in the tropical parts of America.

agoutanoun (n.) A small insectivorous mammal (Solenodon paradoxus), allied to the moles, found only in Hayti.

agraphianoun (n.) The absence or loss of the power of expressing ideas by written signs. It is one form of aphasia.

ahanoun (n.) A sunk fence. See Ha-ha.
  (interj.) An exclamation expressing, by different intonations, triumph, mixed with derision or irony, or simple surprise.

ailuroideanoun (n. pl.) A group of the Carnivora, which includes the cats, civets, and hyenas.

akinesianoun (n.) Paralysis of the motor nerves; loss of movement.

alanoun (n.) A winglike organ, or part.

alalonganoun (n.) Alt. of Alilonghi

albatanoun (n.) A white metallic alloy; which is made into spoons, forks, teapots, etc. British plate or German silver. See German silver, under German.

albuminurianoun (n.) A morbid condition in which albumin is present in the urine.

alcannanoun (n.) An oriental shrub (Lawsonia inermis) from which henna is obtained.

alcarrazanoun (n.) A vessel of porous earthenware, used for cooling liquids by evaporation from the exterior surface.

alcyonaceanoun (n. pl.) A group of soft-bodied Alcyonaria, of which Alcyonium is the type. See Illust. under Alcyonaria.

alcyonarianoun (n. pl.) One of the orders of Anthozoa. It includes the Alcyonacea, Pennatulacea, and Gorgonacea.

alfanoun (n.) Alt. of Alfa grass

alfalfanoun (n.) The lucern (Medicago sativa); -- so called in California, Texas, etc.

alfilarianoun (n.) The pin grass (Erodium cicutarium), a weed in California.

alganoun (n.) A kind of seaweed; pl. the class of cellular cryptogamic plants which includes the black, red, and green seaweeds, as kelp, dulse, sea lettuce, also marine and fresh water confervae, etc.

algarobanoun (n.) The Carob, a leguminous tree of the Mediterranean region; also, its edible beans or pods, called St. John's bread.
 noun (n.) The Honey mesquite (Prosopis juliflora), a small tree found from California to Buenos Ayres; also, its sweet, pulpy pods. A valuable gum, resembling gum arabic, is collected from the tree in Texas and Mexico.

algarovillanoun (n.) The agglutinated seeds and husks of the legumes of a South American tree (Inga Marthae). It is valuable for tanning leather, and as a dye.

algebranoun (n.) That branch of mathematics which treats of the relations and properties of quantity by means of letters and other symbols. It is applicable to those relations that are true of every kind of magnitude.
 noun (n.) A treatise on this science.

alhambranoun (n.) The palace of the Moorish kings at Granada.

alhennanoun (n.) See Henna.

allantoideanoun (n. pl.) The division of Vertebrata in which the embryo develops an allantois. It includes reptiles, birds, and mammals.

alleluianoun (n.) Alt. of Alleluiah

almanoun (n.) Alt. of Almah

almadianoun (n.) Alt. of Almadie

almagranoun (n.) A fine, deep red ocher, somewhat purplish, found in Spain. It is the sil atticum of the ancients. Under the name of Indian red it is used for polishing glass and silver.

alopecianoun (n.) Alt. of Alopecy

alpacanoun (n.) An animal of Peru (Lama paco), having long, fine, wooly hair, supposed by some to be a domesticated variety of the llama.
 noun (n.) Wool of the alpaca.
 noun (n.) A thin kind of cloth made of the wooly hair of the alpaca, often mixed with silk or with cotton.

alphanoun (n.) The first letter in the Greek alphabet, answering to A, and hence used to denote the beginning.

alpianoun (n.) The seed of canary grass (Phalaris Canariensis), used for feeding cage birds.

althaeanoun (n.) Alt. of Althea

altheanoun (n.) A genus of plants of the Mallow family. It includes the officinal marsh mallow, and the garden hollyhocks.
 noun (n.) An ornamental shrub (Hibiscus Syriacus) of the Mallow family.

alulanoun (n.) A false or bastard wing. See under Bastard.

aluminanoun (n.) One of the earths, consisting of two parts of aluminium and three of oxygen, Al2O3.

alumnanoun (n. fem.) A female pupil; especially, a graduate of a school or college.

amalgamanoun (n.) Same as Amalgam.

amblyopianoun (n.) Alt. of Amblyopy

amblypodanoun (n. pl.) A group of large, extinct, herbivorous mammals, common in the Tertiary formation of the United States.

ambrosianoun (n.) The fabled food of the gods (as nectar was their drink), which conferred immortality upon those who partook of it.
 noun (n.) An unguent of the gods.
 noun (n.) A perfumed unguent, salve, or draught; something very pleasing to the taste or smell.
 noun (n.) Formerly, a kind of fragrant plant; now (Bot.), a genus of plants, including some coarse and worthless weeds, called ragweed, hogweed, etc.
 noun (n.) The food of certain small bark beetles, family Scolytidae believed to be fungi cultivated by the beetles in their burrows.

amenorrhoeanoun (n.) Retention or suppression of the menstrual discharge.

amentianoun (n.) Imbecility; total want of understanding.

ametabolanoun (n. pl.) A group of insects which do not undergo any metamorphosis.

ametropianoun (n.) Any abnormal condition of the refracting powers of the eye.

amianoun (n.) A genus of fresh-water ganoid fishes, exclusively confined to North America; called bowfin in Lake Champlain, dogfish in Lake Erie, and mudfish in South Carolina, etc. See Bowfin.

ammanoun (n.) An abbes or spiritual mother.

ammonianoun (n.) A gaseous compound of hydrogen and nitrogen, NH3, with a pungent smell and taste: -- often called volatile alkali, and spirits of hartshorn.

ammonitoideanoun (n. pl.) An extensive group of fossil cephalopods often very abundant in Mesozoic rocks. See Ammonite.

amnesianoun (n.) Forgetfulness; also, a defect of speech, from cerebral disease, in which the patient substitutes wrong words or names in the place of those he wishes to employ.

amniotanoun (n. pl.) That group of vertebrates which develops in its embryonic life the envelope called the amnion. It comprises the reptiles, the birds, and the mammals.

amoebanoun (n.) A rhizopod. common in fresh water, capable of undergoing many changes of form at will. See Rhizopoda.