Name Report For First Name MOGUE:


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

Rhymes with MOGUE - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming MOGUE



NAMES RHYMING WITH MOGUE (According to last letters):

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

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

montague teague

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

alacoque hue due abeque angelique anjanique charlique diamonique domenique jacque mistique monique mystique nimue sue younique andrue atique dominique donahue drue enrique josue larue lea-que maldue marque rique roque tarique teaghue tihkoosue tyreeque true agaue veronique

NAMES RHYMING WITH MOGUE (According to first letters):

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

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


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

moana mochni modesta modeste modig modraed modred modron moerae mohamad mohamed mohamet mohammad mohammed moibeal moin moina moira moirai moire moireach moises mokatavatah moke moketavato moketaveto moketoveto moki mokovaoto molan molara molimo molli mollie molloy molly molner moly momoztli momus momuso mona monaeka monca moncha moncreiffe monette mongo mongwau monica monifa monika moniqua monohan monroe montae montaigu montaine montaro montay monte montel montes montez montgomery month montie montrel montrell montrelle monty monyyak mooney moor moore moosa mopsus mor mora morag morain moran moraunt morcades mordecai mordechai mordehai mordke mordrain mordrayans mordred more moreen moreland moreley morell morella morenike morfran


First Names which starts with 'mo' and ends with 'ue':

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

mabelle mable macaire macalpine macauliffe macayle macbride mace macee macfarlane macfie macie mackaylie mackenzie mackinzie mackynsie maclaine maclane macquarrie macrae madale madalene madalyne maddalene maddie maddisynne maddy-rose madelaine madeleine madelene madeline madge madie madntyre madre mae maelee maelwine maerewine maethelwine maetthere maeve mafuane magaere magaskawee magdalene magee maggie magnilde mahpee maibe maible maidie maiele maile maille maiolaine maipe maire maisie maitane maite maitilde makaela-marie makahlie makale makawee makenzie maledysaunte malene malerie malleville mallorie malmuirie malone malvine mamie mandie mane manette manneville mannie manute manville maolmuire maoltuile marce marceline marcelle marchelle mare maree margarethe margawse margerie marguerite mariamne mariane marianne maribelle

English Words Rhyming MOGUE


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

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

analoguenoun (n.) That which is analogous to, or corresponds with, some other thing.
 noun (n.) A word in one language corresponding with one in another; an analogous term; as, the Latin "pater" is the analogue of the English "father."
 noun (n.) An organ which is equivalent in its functions to a different organ in another species or group, or even in the same group; as, the gill of a fish is the analogue of a lung in a quadruped, although the two are not of like structural relations.
 noun (n.) A species in one genus or group having its characters parallel, one by one, with those of another group.
 noun (n.) A species or genus in one country closely related to a species of the same genus, or a genus of the same group, in another: such species are often called representative species, and such genera, representative genera.

apologuenoun (n.) A story or relation of fictitious events, intended to convey some moral truth; a moral fable.

antisialagoguenoun (n.) A remedy against excessive salivation.
 adjective (a.) Checking the flow of saliva.

azoguenoun (n.) Lit.: Quicksilver
 noun (n.) Silver ores suitable for treatment by amalgamation with mercury.

boguenoun (n.) The boce; -- called also bogue bream. See Boce.
 verb (v. i.) To fall off from the wind; to edge away to leeward; -- said only of inferior craft.

broguenoun (n.) A stout, coarse shoe; a brogan.
 verb (v. t.) A dialectic pronunciation; esp. the Irish manner of pronouncing English.

cataloguenoun (n.) A list or enumeration of names, or articles arranged methodically, often in alphabetical order; as, a catalogue of the students of a college, or of books, or of the stars.
 verb (v. t.) To make a list or catalogue; to insert in a catalogue.

cholagoguenoun (n.) An agent which promotes the discharge of bile from the system.
 adjective (a.) Promoting the discharge of bile from the system.

coguenoun (n.) A small wooden vessel; a pail.

comroguenoun (n.) A fellow rogue.

decaloguenoun (n.) The Ten Commandments or precepts given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai, and originally written on two tables of stone.

demagoguenoun (n.) A leader of the rabble; one who attempts to control the multitude by specious or deceitful arts; an unprincipled and factious mob orator or political leader.

dialoguenoun (n.) A conversation between two or more persons; particularly, a formal conservation in theatrical performances or in scholastic exercises.
 noun (n.) A written composition in which two or more persons are represented as conversing or reasoning on some topic; as, the Dialogues of Plato.
 verb (v. i.) To take part in a dialogue; to dialogize.
 verb (v. t.) To express as in dialogue.

droguenoun (n.) See Drag, n., 6, and Drag sail, under Drag, n.

ecloguenoun (n.) A pastoral poem, in which shepherds are introduced conversing with each other; a bucolic; an idyl; as, the Ecloques of Virgil, from which the modern usage of the word has been established.

emenagoguenoun (n.) See Emmenagogue.

emmenagoguenoun (n.) A medicine that promotes the menstrual discharge.

epiloguenoun (n.) A speech or short poem addressed to the spectators and recited by one of the actors, after the conclusion of the play.
 noun (n.) The closing part of a discourse, in which the principal matters are recapitulated; a conclusion.

euchologuenoun (n.) Euchology.

grammaloguenoun (n.) Literally, a letter word; a word represented by a logogram; as, it, represented by |, that is, t. pitman.

helminthagoguenoun (n.) A vermifuge.

homologuenoun (n.) That which is homologous to something else; as, the corresponding sides, etc., of similar polygons are the homologues of each other; the members or terms of an homologous series in chemistry are the homologues of each other; one of the bones in the hand of man is the homologue of that in the paddle of a whale.

hydragoguenoun (n.) A hydragogue medicine, usually a cathartic or diuretic.
 adjective (a.) Causing a discharge of water; expelling serum effused into any part of the body, as in dropsy.

idealoguenoun (n.) One given to fanciful ideas or theories; a theorist; a spectator.

lithagoguenoun (n.) A medicine having, or supposed to have, the power of expelling calculous matter with the urine.

melanagoguenoun (n.) A medicine supposed to expel black bile or choler.

menagoguenoun (n.) Emmenagogue.

monologuenoun (n.) A speech uttered by a person alone; soliloquy; also, talk or discourse in company, in the strain of a soliloquy; as, an account in monologue.
 noun (n.) A dramatic composition for a single performer.

monopolyloguenoun (n.) An exhibition in which an actor sustains many characters.

myriologuenoun (n.) An extemporaneous funeral song, composed and sung by a woman on the death of a friend.

mystagoguenoun (n.) interprets mysteries, especially of a religious kind.
 noun (n.) One who keeps and shows church relics.

mythologuenoun (n.) A fabulous narrative; a myth.

pedagoguenoun (n.) A slave who led his master's children to school, and had the charge of them generally.
 noun (n.) A teacher of children; one whose occupation is to teach the young; a schoolmaster.
 noun (n.) One who by teaching has become formal, positive, or pedantic in his ways; one who has the manner of a schoolmaster; a pedant.
 verb (v. t.) To play the pedagogue toward.

peroguenoun (n.) See Pirogue.

philologuenoun (n.) A philologist.

phlegmagoguenoun (n.) A medicine supposed to expel phlegm.

piroguenoun (n.) A dugout canoe; by extension, any small boat.

proguenoun (n.) A sharp point; a goad.
 verb (v. i.) To prog.
 verb (v. t. ) To prick; to goad.

prologuenoun (n.) The preface or introduction to a discourse, poem, or performance; as, the prologue of Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales;" esp., a discourse or poem spoken before a dramatic performance
 noun (n.) One who delivers a prologue.
 verb (v. t.) To introduce with a formal preface, or prologue.

psychagoguenoun (n.) A necromancer.

psychologuenoun (n.) A psychologist.

ptyalogoguenoun (n.) A ptysmagogue.

ptysmagoguenoun (n.) A medicine that promotes the discharge of saliva.

roguenoun (n.) A vagrant; an idle, sturdy beggar; a vagabond; a tramp.
 noun (n.) A deliberately dishonest person; a knave; a cheat.
 noun (n.) One who is pleasantly mischievous or frolicsome; hence, often used as a term of endearment.
 noun (n.) An elephant that has separated from a herd and roams about alone, in which state it is very savage.
 noun (n.) A worthless plant occuring among seedlings of some choice variety.
 verb (v. i.) To wander; to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks.
 verb (v. t.) To give the name or designation of rogue to; to decry.
 verb (v. t.) To destroy (plants that do not come up to a required standard).

sialogoguenoun (n.) An agent which promotes the flow of saliva.

sinologuenoun (n.) A student of Chinese; one versed in the Chinese language, literature, and history.

synagoguenoun (n.) A congregation or assembly of Jews met for the purpose of worship, or the performance of religious rites.
 noun (n.) The building or place appropriated to the religious worship of the Jews.
 noun (n.) The council of, probably, 120 members among the Jews, first appointed after the return from the Babylonish captivity; -- called also the Great Synagogue, and sometimes, though erroneously, the Sanhedrin.
 noun (n.) A congregation in the early Christian church.
 noun (n.) Any assembly of men.

theologuenoun (n.) A theologian.
 noun (n.) A student in a theological seminary.

toguenoun (n.) The namaycush.

trialoguenoun (n.) A discourse or colloquy by three persons.

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

aguenoun (n.) An acute fever.
 noun (n.) An intermittent fever, attended by alternate cold and hot fits.
 noun (n.) The cold fit or rigor of the intermittent fever; as, fever and ague.
 noun (n.) A chill, or state of shaking, as with cold.
 verb (v. t.) To strike with an ague, or with a cold fit.

baguenoun (n.) The annular molding or group of moldings dividing a long shaft or clustered column into two or more parts.

banguenoun (n.) See Bhang.

blaguenoun (n.) Mendacious boasting; falsehood; humbug.

briguenoun (n.) A cabal, intrigue, faction, contention, strife, or quarrel.
 noun (n.) To contend for; to canvass; to solicit.

beaumontaguenoun (n.) A cement used in making joints, filling cracks, etc. For iron, the principal constituents are iron borings and sal ammoniac; for wood, white lead or litharge, whiting, and linseed oil.

colleaguenoun (n.) A partner or associate in some civil or ecclesiastical office or employment. It is never used of partners in trade or manufactures.
 verb (v.t & i.) To unite or associate with another or with others.

canguenoun (n.) A very broad and heavy wooden collar which certain offenders in China are compelled to wear as a punishment.

darguenoun (n.) A day's work; also, a fixed amount of work, whether more or less than that of a day.

denguenoun (n.) A specific epidemic disease attended with high fever, cutaneous eruption, and severe pains in the head and limbs, resembling those of rheumatism; -- called also breakbone fever. It occurs in India, Egypt, the West Indies, etc., is of short duration, and rarely fatal.

diguenoun (n.) A bank; a dike.

exerguenoun (n.) The small space beneath the base line of a subject engraved on a coin or medal. It usually contains the date, place, engraver's name, etc., or other subsidiary matter.

fatiguenoun (n.) Weariness from bodily labor or mental exertion; lassitude or exhaustion of strength.
 noun (n.) The cause of weariness; labor; toil; as, the fatigues of war.
 noun (n.) The weakening of a metal when subjected to repeated vibrations or strains.
 noun (n.) To weary with labor or any bodily or mental exertion; to harass with toil; to exhaust the strength or endurance of; to tire.

fuguenoun (n.) A polyphonic composition, developed from a given theme or themes, according to strict contrapuntal rules. The theme is first given out by one voice or part, and then, while that pursues its way, it is repeated by another at the interval of a fifth or fourth, and so on, until all the parts have answered one by one, continuing their several melodies and interweaving them in one complex progressive whole, in which the theme is often lost and reappears.

fantiguenoun (n.) Alt. of Fantique

ganguenoun (n.) The mineral or earthy substance associated with metallic ore.

grotesgueadjective (a.) Like the figures found in ancient grottoes; grottolike; wildly or strangely formed; whimsical; extravagant; of irregular forms and proportions; fantastic; ludicrous; antic.

guenoun (n.) A sharper; a rogue.

giguenoun (n.) A piece of lively dance music, in two strains which are repeated; also, the dance.

haranguenoun (n.) A speech addressed to a large public assembly; a popular oration; a loud address a multitude; in a bad sense, a noisy or pompous speech; declamation; ranting.
 verb (v. i.) To make an harangue; to declaim.
 verb (v. t.) To address by an harangue.

leaguenoun (n.) A measure of length or distance, varying in different countries from about 2.4 to 4.6 English statute miles of 5.280 feet each, and used (as a land measure) chiefly on the continent of Europe, and in the Spanish parts of America. The marine league of England and the United States is equal to three marine, or geographical, miles of 6080 feet each.
 noun (n.) A stone erected near a public road to mark the distance of a league.
 noun (n.) An alliance or combination of two or more nations, parties, or persons, for the accomplishment of a purpose which requires a continued course of action, as for mutual defense, or for furtherance of commercial, religious, or political interests, etc.
 verb (v. i.) To unite in a league or confederacy; to combine for mutual support; to confederate.
 verb (v. t.) To join in a league; to cause to combine for a joint purpose; to combine; to unite; as, common interests will league heterogeneous elements.

madraguenoun (n.) A large fish pound used for the capture of the tunny in the Mediterranean; also applied to the seines used for the same purpose.

manguenoun (n.) The kusimanse.

meringuenoun (n.) A delicate pastry made of powdered sugar and the whites of eggs whipped up, -- with jam or cream added.

morguenoun (n.) A place where the bodies of persons found dead are exposed, that they may be identified, or claimed by their friends; a deadhouse.

orguenoun (n.) Any one of a number of long, thick pieces of timber, pointed and shod with iron, and suspended, each by a separate rope, over a gateway, to be let down in case of attack.
 noun (n.) A piece of ordnance, consisting of a number of musket barrels arranged so that a match or train may connect with all their touchholes, and a discharge be secured almost or quite simultaneously.

overfatiguenoun (n.) Excessive fatigue.
 verb (v. t.) To fatigue to excess; to tire out.

oxtonguenoun (n.) A name given to several plants, from the shape and roughness of their leaves; as, Anchusa officinalis, a kind of bugloss, and Helminthia echioides, both European herbs.

plaguenoun (n.) That which smites, wounds, or troubles; a blow; a calamity; any afflictive evil or torment; a great trail or vexation.
 noun (n.) An acute malignant contagious fever, that often prevails in Egypt, Syria, and Turkey, and has at times visited the large cities of Europe with frightful mortality; hence, any pestilence; as, the great London plague.
 verb (v. t.) To infest or afflict with disease, calamity, or natural evil of any kind.
 verb (v. t.) Fig.: To vex; to tease; to harass.

portaguenoun (n.) A Portuguese gold coin formerly current, and variously estimated to be worth from three and one half to four and one half pounds sterling.

porteguenoun (n.) See Portague.

portiguenoun (n.) See Portague.

sariguenoun (n.) A small South American opossum (Didelphys opossum), having four white spots on the face.

squeteaguenoun (n.) An American sciaenoid fish (Cynoscion regalis), abundant on the Atlantic coast of the United States, and much valued as a food fish. It is of a bright silvery color, with iridescent reflections. Called also weakfish, squitee, chickwit, and sea trout. The spotted squeteague (C. nebulosus) of the Southern United States is a similar fish, but the back and upper fins are spotted with black. It is called also spotted weakfish, and, locally, sea trout, and sea salmon.

succoteaguenoun (n.) The squeteague.

tanguenoun (n.) The tenrec.

teaguenoun (n.) An Irishman; -- a term used in contempt.

tonguenoun (n.) an organ situated in the floor of the mouth of most vertebrates and connected with the hyoid arch.
 noun (n.) The power of articulate utterance; speech.
 noun (n.) Discourse; fluency of speech or expression.
 noun (n.) Honorable discourse; eulogy.
 noun (n.) A language; the whole sum of words used by a particular nation; as, the English tongue.
 noun (n.) Speech; words or declarations only; -- opposed to thoughts or actions.
 noun (n.) A people having a distinct language.
 noun (n.) The lingual ribbon, or odontophore, of a mollusk.
 noun (n.) The proboscis of a moth or a butterfly.
 noun (n.) The lingua of an insect.
 noun (n.) Any small sole.
 noun (n.) That which is considered as resembing an animal's tongue, in position or form.
 noun (n.) A projection, or slender appendage or fixture; as, the tongue of a buckle, or of a balance.
 noun (n.) A projection on the side, as of a board, which fits into a groove.
 noun (n.) A point, or long, narrow strip of land, projecting from the mainland into a sea or a lake.
 noun (n.) The pole of a vehicle; especially, the pole of an ox cart, to the end of which the oxen are yoked.
 noun (n.) The clapper of a bell.
 noun (n.) A short piece of rope spliced into the upper part of standing backstays, etc.; also. the upper main piece of a mast composed of several pieces.
 noun (n.) Same as Reed, n., 5.
 verb (v. t.) To speak; to utter.
 verb (v. t.) To chide; to scold.
 verb (v. t.) To modulate or modify with the tongue, as notes, in playing the flute and some other wind instruments.
 verb (v. t.) To join means of a tongue and grove; as, to tongue boards together.
 verb (v. i.) To talk; to prate.
 verb (v. i.) To use the tongue in forming the notes, as in playing the flute and some other wind instruments.

treaguenoun (n.) A truce.

troguenoun (n.) A wooden trough, forming a drain.

tweaguenoun (n.) A pinching condition; perplexity; trouble; distress.

vaguenoun (n.) An indefinite expanse.
 noun (n.) A wandering; a vagary.
 verb (v. i.) Wandering; vagrant; vagabond.
 verb (v. i.) Unsettled; unfixed; undetermined; indefinite; ambiguous; as, a vague idea; a vague proposition.
 verb (v. i.) Proceeding from no known authority; unauthenticated; uncertain; flying; as, a vague report.
 verb (v. i.) To wander; to roam; to stray.

voguenoun (n.) The way or fashion of people at any particular time; temporary mode, custom, or practice; popular reception for the time; -- used now generally in the phrase in vogue.
 noun (n.) Influence; power; sway.

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

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

mogulnoun (n.) A person of the Mongolian race.
 noun (n.) A heavy locomotive for freight traffic, having three pairs of connected driving wheels and a two-wheeled truck.
 noun (n.) A great personage; magnate; autocrat.

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

moggannoun (n.) A closely fitting knit sleeve; also, a legging of knitted material.

moggingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Mog


English Words which starts with 'mo' and ends with 'ue':

montruenoun (n.) That on which anything is mounted; a setting; hence, a saddle horse.

moresquenoun (n.) The Moresque style of architecture or decoration. See Moorish architecture, under Moorish.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to, or in the manner or style of, the Moors; Moorish.

mosquenoun (n.) A Mohammedan church or place of religious worship.