Name Report For First Name OCTE:

OCTE

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

Rhymes with OCTE - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming OCTE

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES OCTE AS A WHOLE:

philoctetes

NAMES RHYMING WITH OCTE (According to last letters):

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

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

amanishakhete linette florete maledysaunte tote suette annemette bergitte astarte rute agate bradamate huette josette pierrette yolette bernadette amphitrite anaxarete aphrodite arete ate calliste fate hippolyte ocypete tienette vedette volante dete manute baptiste mette dante wambli-waste adette amette amite anate anjanette anjeanette annette annjeanette antoinette araminte argante ariette ariste arlette babette bemadette bernette bette birte bridgette brigette brigitte brite cate celeste chante chariste charlette charlotte chaunte clarette colette collette comforte danette davite dawnette diamante elberte ellette enite evette georgette georgitte ginnette hanriette harriette hecate hugette hughette idette ivette jaenette janette jaquenette jeanette jenette johnette jonette juliette kannelite kate kinnette lanette laurette

NAMES RHYMING WITH OCTE (According to first letters):

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

octa octave octavia octavian octha

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

oceanus ocelfa ociel ocnus ocumwhowurst ocunnowhurs ocunnowhurst ocvran

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH OCTE:

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

o'keefe o-yone obelie obike odale odayle ode odede odele odelette odelle odette odiane odile odwolfe oenone ogelsvie ogilvie ohanzee ohcumgache ohene oidhche oihane oilbhe oke olamide olathe ole oline olive olympe omette omorose omphale onilee onille onslowe ooljee opaline ophelie orabelle oralee oralie orane ordsone ordwine oreste orguelleuse orlaithe orlee orlege orlene ornette orvelle orville osaze osbourne oseye oswine otilie otthilde ottilie ove ozzie

English Words Rhyming OCTE

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES OCTE AS A WHOLE:

concocternoun (n.) One who concocts.

incoctedadjective (a.) Raw; indigestible.

inconcoctedadjective (a.) Imperfectly digested, matured, or ripened.

octenenoun (n.) Same as Octylene.

octennialadjective (a.) Happening every eighth year; also, lasting a period of eight years.

octetnoun (n.) A composition for eight parts, usually for eight solo instruments or voices.

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


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


entr'actenoun (n.) The interval of time which occurs between the performance of any two acts of a drama.
 noun (n.) A dance, piece of music, or interlude, performed between two acts of a drama.

stactenoun (n.) One of the sweet spices used by the ancient Jews in the preparation of incense. It was perhaps an oil or other form of myrrh or cinnamon, or a kind of storax.

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


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


octachordnoun (n.) An instrument of eight strings; a system of eight tones.

octadnoun (n.) An atom or radical which has a valence of eight, or is octavalent.

octaedraladjective (a.) See Octahedral.

octaemeronnoun (n.) A fast of eight days before a great festival.

octagonnoun (n.) A plane figure of eight sides and eight angles.
 noun (n.) Any structure (as a fortification) or place with eight sides or angles.

octagonaladjective (a.) Having eight sides and eight angles.

octagynousadjective (a.) Having eight pistils or styles; octogynous.

octahedraladjective (a.) Having eight faces or sides; of, pertaining to, or formed in, octahedrons; as, octahedral cleavage.

octahedritenoun (n.) Titanium dioxide occurring in acute octahedral crystals.

octahedronnoun (n.) A solid bounded by eight faces. The regular octahedron is contained by eight equal equilateral triangles.

octamerousadjective (a.) Having the parts in eights; as, an octamerous flower; octamerous mesenteries in polyps.

octameternoun (n.) A verse containing eight feet; as, --//Deep# in|to# the | dark#ness | peer#ing, | long# I | stood# there | wond'#ring, | fear#ing.

octandernoun (n.) One of the Octandria.

octandrianoun (n.pl.) A Linnaean class of plants, in which the flowers have eight stamens not united to one another or to the pistil.

octandrianadjective (a.) Alt. of Octandrous

octandrousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Octandria; having eight distinct stamens.

octanenoun (n.) Any one of a group of metametric hydrocarcons (C8H18) of the methane series. The most important is a colorless, volatile, inflammable liquid, found in petroleum, and a constituent of benzene or ligroin.

octangularadjective (a.) Having eight angles; eight-angled.

octantnoun (n.) The eighth part of a circle; an arc of 45 degrees.
 noun (n.) The position or aspect of a heavenly body, as the moon or a planet, when half way between conjunction, or opposition, and quadrature, or distant from another body 45 degrees.
 noun (n.) An instrument for measuring angles (generally called a quadrant), having an arc which measures up to 9O, but being itself the eighth part of a circle. Cf. Sextant.
 noun (n.) One of the eight parts into which a space is divided by three coordinate planes.

octaroonnoun (n.) See Octoroon.

octastyleadjective (a.) See Octostyle.

octateuchnoun (n.) A collection of eight books; especially, the first eight books of the Old Testament.

octavalentadjective (a.) Having a valence of eight; capable of being combined with, exchanged for, or compared with, eight atoms of hydrogen; -- said of certain atoms or radicals.

octavenoun (n.) The eighth day after a church festival, the festival day being included; also, the week following a church festival.
 noun (n.) The eighth tone in the scale; the interval between one and eight of the scale, or any interval of equal length; an interval of five tones and two semitones.
 noun (n.) The whole diatonic scale itself.
 noun (n.) The first two stanzas of a sonnet, consisting of four verses each; a stanza of eight lines.
 noun (n.) A small cask of wine, the eighth part of a pipe.
 adjective (a.) Consisting of eight; eight.

octavonoun (n.) A book composed of sheets each of which is folded into eight leaves; hence, indicating more or less definitely a size of book so made; -- usually written 8vo or 8.
 adjective (a.) Having eight leaves to a sheet; as, an octavo form, book, leaf, size, etc.

octicnoun (n.) A quantic of the eighth degree.
 adjective (a.) Of the eighth degree or order.

octilenoun (n.) Same as Octant, 2.

octillionnoun (n.) According to the French method of numeration (which method is followed also in the United States) the number expressed by a unit with twenty-seven ciphers annexed. According to the English method, the number expressed by a unit with forty-eight ciphers annexed. See Numeration.

octoatenoun (n.) A salt of an octoic acid; a caprylate.

octobernoun (n.) The tenth month of the year, containing thirty-one days.
 noun (n.) Ale or cider made in that month.

octoceranoun (n.pl.) Octocerata.

octoceratanoun (n.pl.) A suborder of Cephalopoda including Octopus, Argonauta, and allied genera, having eight arms around the head; -- called also Octopoda.

octochordnoun (n.) See Octachord.

octodecimonoun (n.) A book composed of sheets each of which is folded into eighteen leaves; hence; indicating more or less definitely a size of book, whose sheets are so folded; -- usually written 18mo or 18, and called eighteenmo.
 adjective (a.) Having eighteen leaves to a sheet; as, an octodecimo form, book, leaf, size, etc.

octodentateadjective (a.) Having eight teeth.

octodontadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Octodontidae, a family of rodents which includes the coypu, and many other South American species.

octoedricaladjective (a.) See Octahedral.

octofidadjective (a.) Cleft or separated into eight segments, as a calyx.

octogamynoun (n.) A marrying eight times.

octogenariannoun (n.) A person eighty years, or more, of age.

octogenaryadjective (a.) Of eighty years of age.

octogildnoun (n.) A pecuniary compensation for an injury, of eight times the value of the thing.

octogonaladjective (a.) See Octagonal.

octogynianoun (n.pl.) A Linnaean order of plants having eight pistils.

octogynianadjective (a.) Alt. of Octogynous

octogynousadjective (a.) Having eight pistils; octagynous.

octoicadjective (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, or resembling, octane; -- used specifically, to designate any one of a group of acids, the most important of which is called caprylic acid.

octolocularadjective (a.) Having eight cells for seeds.

octonaphthenenoun (n.) A colorless liquid hydrocarbon of the octylene series, occurring in Caucasian petroleum.

octonaryadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the number eight.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH OCTE:

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

oatcakenoun (n.) A cake made of oatmeal.

oathableadjective (a.) Capable of having an oath administered to.

obcordateadjective (a.) Heart-shaped, with the attachment at the pointed end; inversely cordate: as, an obcordate petal or leaf.

obdurateadjective (a.) Hardened in feelings, esp. against moral or mollifying influences; unyielding; hard-hearted; stubbornly wicked.
 adjective (a.) Hard; harsh; rugged; rough; intractable.
 verb (v. t.) To harden.

obdureadjective (a.) Alt. of Obdured
 verb (v. t.) To harden.

obbenoun (n.) See Obi.

obedibleadjective (a.) Obedient.

obediencenoun (n.) The act of obeying, or the state of being obedient; compliance with that which is required by authority; subjection to rightful restraint or control.
 noun (n.) Words or actions denoting submission to authority; dutifulness.
 noun (n.) A following; a body of adherents; as, the Roman Catholic obedience, or the whole body of persons who submit to the authority of the pope.
 noun (n.) A cell (or offshoot of a larger monastery) governed by a prior.
 noun (n.) One of the three monastic vows.
 noun (n.) The written precept of a superior in a religious order or congregation to a subject.

obeisancenoun (n.) Obedience.
 noun (n.) A manifestation of obedience; an expression of difference or respect; homage; a bow; a courtesy.

obeseadjective (a.) Excessively corpulent; fat; fleshy.

obfuscateadjective (a.) Obfuscated; darkened; obscured.
 verb (v. t.) To darken; to obscure; to becloud; hence, to confuse; to bewilder.

obimbricateadjective (a.) Imbricated, with the overlapping ends directed downward.

objectableadjective (a.) Such as can be presented in opposition; that may be put forward as an objection.

objectionableadjective (a.) Liable to objection; likely to be objected to or disapproved of; offensive; as, objectionable words.

objectivenoun (n.) The objective case.
 noun (n.) An object glass. See under Object, n.
 noun (n.) Same as Objective point, under Objective, a.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to an object.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to an object; contained in, or having the nature or position of, an object; outward; external; extrinsic; -- an epithet applied to whatever ir exterior to the mind, or which is simply an object of thought or feeling, and opposed to subjective.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, the case which follows a transitive verb or a preposition, being that case in which the direct object of the verb is placed. See Accusative, n.

oblanceolateadjective (a.) Lanceolate in the reversed order, that is, narrowing toward the point of attachment more than toward the apex.

oblateadjective (a.) Flattened or depressed at the poles; as, the earth is an oblate spheroid.
 adjective (a.) Offered up; devoted; consecrated; dedicated; -- used chiefly or only in the titles of Roman Catholic orders. See Oblate, n.
 adjective (a.) One of an association of priests or religious women who have offered themselves to the service of the church. There are three such associations of priests, and one of women, called oblates.
 adjective (a.) One of the Oblati.

obligableadjective (a.) Acknowledging, or complying with, obligation; trustworthy.

obligeenoun (n.) The person to whom another is bound, or the person to whom a bond is given.

obliquenoun (n.) An oblique line.
 adjective (a.) Not erect or perpendicular; neither parallel to, nor at right angles from, the base; slanting; inclined.
 adjective (a.) Not straightforward; indirect; obscure; hence, disingenuous; underhand; perverse; sinister.
 adjective (a.) Not direct in descent; not following the line of father and son; collateral.
 verb (v. i.) To deviate from a perpendicular line; to move in an oblique direction.
 verb (v. i.) To march in a direction oblique to the line of the column or platoon; -- formerly accomplished by oblique steps, now by direct steps, the men half-facing either to the right or left.

obliteadjective (a.) Indistinct; slurred over.

obliterateadjective (a.) Scarcely distinct; -- applied to the markings of insects.
 verb (v. t.) To erase or blot out; to efface; to render undecipherable, as a writing.
 verb (v. t.) To wear out; to remove or destroy utterly by any means; to render imperceptible; as. to obliterate ideas; to obliterate the monuments of antiquity.

obliterativeadjective (a.) Tending or serving to obliterate.

obmutescencenoun (n.) A becoming dumb; loss of speech.
 noun (n.) A keeping silent or mute.

oboenoun (n.) One of the higher wind instruments in the modern orchestra, yet of great antiquity, having a penetrating pastoral quality of tone, somewhat like the clarinet in form, but more slender, and sounded by means of a double reed; a hautboy.

obolenoun (n.) A weight of twelve grains; or, according to some, of ten grains, or half a scruple.

obovateadjective (a.) Inversely ovate; ovate with the narrow end downward; as, an obovate leaf.

obscurenoun (n.) Obscurity.
 adjective (a.) To render obscure; to darken; to make dim; to keep in the dark; to hide; to make less visible, intelligible, legible, glorious, beautiful, or illustrious.
 superlative (superl.) Covered over, shaded, or darkened; destitute of light; imperfectly illuminated; dusky; dim.
 superlative (superl.) Of or pertaining to darkness or night; inconspicuous to the sight; indistinctly seen; hidden; retired; remote from observation; unnoticed.
 superlative (superl.) Not noticeable; humble; mean.
 superlative (superl.) Not easily understood; not clear or legible; abstruse or blind; as, an obscure passage or inscription.
 superlative (superl.) Not clear, full, or distinct; clouded; imperfect; as, an obscure view of remote objects.
 verb (v. i.) To conceal one's self; to hide; to keep dark.

obsequiencenoun (n.) Obsequiousness.

observableadjective (a.) Worthy or capable of being observed; discernible; noticeable; remarkable.

observancenoun (n.) The act or practice of observing or noticing with attention; a heeding or keeping with care; performance; -- usually with a sense of strictness and fidelity; as, the observance of the Sabbath is general; the strict observance of duties.
 noun (n.) An act, ceremony, or rite, as of worship or respect; especially, a customary act or service of attention; a form; a practice; a rite; a custom.
 noun (n.) Servile attention; sycophancy.

observantinenoun (n.) One of a branch of the Order of Franciscans, who profess to adhere more strictly than the Conventuals to the intention of the founder, especially as to poverty; -- called also Observants.

observativeadjective (a.) Observing; watchful.

obsolescencenoun (n.) The state of becoming obsolete.

obsoleteadjective (a.) No longer in use; gone into disuse; disused; neglected; as, an obsolete word; an obsolete statute; -- applied chiefly to words, writings, or observances.
 adjective (a.) Not very distinct; obscure; rudimental; imperfectly developed; abortive.
 verb (v. i.) To become obsolete; to go out of use.

obstinateadjective (a.) Pertinaciously adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course; persistent; not yielding to reason, arguments, or other means; stubborn; pertinacious; -- usually implying unreasonableness.
 adjective (a.) Not yielding; not easily subdued or removed; as, obstinate fever; obstinate obstructions.

obstructivenoun (n.) An obstructive person or thing.
 adjective (a.) Tending to obstruct; presenting obstacles; hindering; causing impediment.

obstupefactiveadjective (a.) Stupefactive.

obtainableadjective (a.) Capable of being obtained.

obtrusiveadjective (a.) Disposed to obtrude; inclined to intrude or thrust one's self or one's opinions upon others, or to enter uninvited; forward; pushing; intrusive.

obverseadjective (a.) Having the base, or end next the attachment, narrower than the top, as a leaf.
 adjective (a.) The face of a coin which has the principal image or inscription upon it; -- the other side being the reverse.
 adjective (a.) Anything necessarily involved in, or answering to, another; the more apparent or conspicuous of two possible sides, or of two corresponding things.

obvoluteadjective (a.) Alt. of Obvoluted

occasionableadjective (a.) Capable of being occasioned or caused.

occasiveadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the setting sun; falling; descending; western.

occluseadjective (a.) Shut; closed.

occurrencenoun (n.) A coming or happening; as, the occurence of a railway collision.
 noun (n.) Any incident or event; esp., one which happens without being designed or expected; as, an unusual occurrence, or the ordinary occurrences of life.

occursenoun (n.) Same as Occursion.

ocellateadjective (a.) Same as Ocellated.

ochrenoun (n.) A impure earthy ore of iron or a ferruginous clay, usually red (hematite) or yellow (limonite), -- used as a pigment in making paints, etc. The name is also applied to clays of other colors.
 noun (n.) A metallic oxide occurring in earthy form; as, tungstic ocher or tungstite.
 noun (n.) See Ocher.

ochreateadjective (a.) Alt. of Ochreated

ocreateadjective (a.) Alt. of Ocreated

octopedenoun (n.) An animal having eight feet, as a spider.

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.

octosyllablenoun (n.) A word of eight syllables.
 adjective (a.) Octosyllabic.

octupleadjective (a.) Eightfold.

octylenenoun (n.) Any one of a series of metameric hydrocarbons (C8H16) of the ethylene series. In general they are combustible, colorless liquids.

oculateadjective (a.) Alt. of Oculated

odalisquenoun (n.) A female slave or concubine in the harem of the Turkish sultan.

odenoun (n.) A short poetical composition proper to be set to music or sung; a lyric poem; esp., now, a poem characterized by sustained noble sentiment and appropriate dignity of style.

odibleadjective (a.) Fitted to excite hatred; hateful.

odontocetenoun (n.pl.) A subdivision of Cetacea, including the sperm whale, dolphins, etc.; the toothed whales.

odontolcaenoun (n. pl.) An extinct order of ostrichlike aquatic birds having teeth, which are set in a groove in the jaw. It includes Hesperornis, and allied genera. See Hesperornis.

odontolitenoun (n.) A fossil tooth colored a bright blue by phosphate of iron. It is used as an imitation of turquoise, and hence called bone turquoise.

odontophorenoun (n.) A special structure found in the mouth of most mollusks, except bivalves. It consists of several muscles and a cartilage which supports a chitinous radula, or lingual ribbon, armed with teeth. Also applied to the radula alone. See Radula.

odontotormaenoun (n.pl.) An order of extinct toothed birds having the teeth in sockets, as in the genus Ichthyornis. See Ichthyornis.

odorateadjective (a.) Odorous.

odorlinenoun (n.) A pungent oily substance obtained by redistilling bone oil.

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

oeilladenoun (n.) A glance of the eye; an amorous look.

oenanthatenoun (n.) A salt of the supposed /nanthic acid.

oenanthonenoun (n.) The ketone of oenanthic acid.

oenanthylatenoun (n.) A salt of /nanthylic acid; as, potassium oenanthylate.

oenanthylidenenoun (n.) A colorless liquid hydrocarbon, having a garlic odor; heptine.

offencenoun (n.) See Offense.
 noun (n.) The act of offending in any sense; esp., a crime or a sin, an affront or an injury.
 noun (n.) The state of being offended or displeased; anger; displeasure.
 noun (n.) A cause or occasion of stumbling or of sin.

offensenoun (n.) Alt. of Offence

offensibleadjective (a.) That may give offense.

offensivenoun (n.) The state or posture of one who offends or makes attack; aggressive attitude; the act of the attacking party; -- opposed to defensive.
 adjective (a.) Giving offense; causing displeasure or resentment; displeasing; annoying; as, offensive words.
 adjective (a.) Giving pain or unpleasant sensations; disagreeable; revolting; noxious; as, an offensive smell; offensive sounds.
 adjective (a.) Making the first attack; assailant; aggressive; hence, used in attacking; -- opposed to defensive; as, an offensive war; offensive weapons.

offerableadjective (a.) Capable of being offered; suitable or worthy to be offered.

offerturenoun (n.) Offer; proposal; overture.

officenoun (n.) That which a person does, either voluntarily or by appointment, for, or with reference to, others; customary duty, or a duty that arises from the relations of man to man; as, kind offices, pious offices.
 noun (n.) A special duty, trust, charge, or position, conferred by authority and for a public purpose; a position of trust or authority; as, an executive or judical office; a municipal office.
 noun (n.) A charge or trust, of a sacred nature, conferred by God himself; as, the office of a priest under the old dispensation, and that of the apostles in the new.
 noun (n.) That which is performed, intended, or assigned to be done, by a particular thing, or that which anything is fitted to perform; a function; -- answering to duty in intelligent beings.
 noun (n.) The place where a particular kind of business or service for others is transacted; a house or apartment in which public officers and others transact business; as, the register's office; a lawyer's office.
 noun (n.) The company or corporation, or persons collectively, whose place of business is in an office; as, I have notified the office.
 noun (n.) The apartments or outhouses in which the domestics discharge the duties attached to the service of a house, as kitchens, pantries, stables, etc.
 noun (n.) Any service other than that of ordination and the Mass; any prescribed religious service.
 verb (v. t.) To perform, as the duties of an office; to discharge.

offshoreadjective (a.) From the shore; as, an offshore wind; an offshore signal.

ogeenoun (n.) A molding, the section of which is the form of the letter S, with the convex part above; cyma reversa. See Illust. under Cyma.
 noun (n.) Hence, any similar figure used for any purpose.

ogivenoun (n.) The arch or rib which crosses a Gothic vault diagonally.

oglenoun (n.) An amorous side glance or look.
 verb (v. t.) To view or look at with side glances, as in fondness, or with a design to attract notice.

ogrenoun (n.) An imaginary monster, or hideous giant of fairy tales, who lived on human beings; hence, any frightful giant; a cruel monster.

oilstonenoun (n.) A variety of hone slate, or whetstone, used for whetting tools when lubricated with oil.

okenoun (n.) A Turkish and Egyptian weight, equal to about 2/ pounds.
 noun (n.) An Hungarian and Wallachian measure, equal to about 2/ pints.

okenitenoun (n.) A massive and fibrous mineral of a whitish color, chiefly hydrous silicate of lime.

oleandrinenoun (n.) One of several alkaloids found in the leaves of the oleander.

oleatenoun (n.) A salt of oleic acid. Some oleates, as the oleate of mercury, are used in medicine by way of inunction.

olefinenoun (n.) Olefiant gas, or ethylene; hence, by extension, any one of the series of unsaturated hydrocarbons of which ethylene is a type. See Ethylene.

oleomargarinenoun (n.) A liquid oil made from animal fats (esp. beef fat) by separating the greater portion of the solid fat or stearin, by crystallization. It is mainly a mixture of olein and palmitin with some little stearin.
 noun (n.) An artificial butter made by churning this oil with more or less milk.

oleonenoun (n.) An oily liquid, obtained by distillation of calcium oleate, and probably consisting of the ketone of oleic acid.

oleoptenenoun (n.) See Eleoptene.

oleoseadjective (a.) Alt. of Oleous

olfactiveadjective (a.) See Olfactory, a.

olibenenoun (n.) A colorless mobile liquid of a pleasant aromatic odor obtained by the distillation of olibanum, or frankincense, and regarded as a terpene; -- called also conimene.

oligocenenoun (n.) The Oligocene period. See the Chart of Geology.
 adjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, certain strata which occupy an intermediate position between the Eocene and Miocene periods.

oligocheteadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Oligochaeta.

oligoclasenoun (n.) A triclinic soda-lime feldspar. See Feldspar.