Name Report For First Name ODAM:


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

Rhymes with ODAM - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming ODAM


hippodamia laodamia

NAMES RHYMING WITH ODAM (According to last letters):

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

adam addam fitzadam maeadam macadam

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

esinam selam ahlam hayam ikram in'am maram siham mirjam lam tham afram al-sham dar-el-salam derham abdul-hakam abdul-salam adham bassam esam haytham hisham humam husam isam tamam bertram gwynham bram nizam bartram brigham william uilleam priam abraham ram shyam adinam chilam mariam maryam miriam myriam abiram abracham abram amram aram avraham barram barthram beckham beorhthram beornham brigbam briggebam caddaham cam cunningham dunham elam ephram graham gram grisham isenham jonam joram jotham kam liam lyam oram orham pratham segenam windham wyndham yerucham zemariam venjam gersham aviram amikam wickam isham hallam gresham grantham graeham farnham chatham briggeham tristram

NAMES RHYMING WITH ODAM (According to first letters):

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

oda odahingum odakota odale odanda odanodan odayle

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

odbart odbert odd ode oded odeda odede odel odele odelet odeletta odelette odelia odelina odelinda odell odella odelle odelyn odelyna odero odessa odette odharnait odhert odhran odi odiana odiane odila odile odilia odin odion odo odom odon odra odran odwolf odwolfe odwulf ody odysseia odysseus


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


English Words Rhyming ODAM


hippodamenoun (n.) A fabulous sea monster.

neodamodenoun (n.) In ancient Sparta, one of those Helots who were freed by the state in reward for military service.

rhodammoniumadjective (a.) Pertaining to, derived from, or containing, rhodium and ammonia; -- said of certain complex compounds.

sodamidenoun (n.) A greenish or reddish crystalline substance, NaNH2, obtained by passing ammonia over heated sodium.

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

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

adamnoun (n.) The name given in the Bible to the first man, the progenitor of the human race.
 noun (n.) "Original sin;" human frailty.

beldamnoun (n.) Alt. of Beldame

bokadamnoun (n.) See Cerberus.

cofferdamnoun (n.) A water-tight inclosure, as of piles packed with clay, from which the water is pumped to expose the bottom (of a river, etc.) and permit the laying of foundations, building of piers, etc.

commendamnoun (n.) A vacant living or benefice commended to a cleric (usually a bishop) who enjoyed the revenue until a pastor was provided. A living so held was said to be held in commendam. The practice was abolished by law in 1836.

damnoun (n.) A female parent; -- used of beasts, especially of quadrupeds; sometimes applied in contempt to a human mother.
 noun (n.) A kind or crowned piece in the game of draughts.
 noun (n.) A barrier to prevent the flow of a liquid; esp., a bank of earth, or wall of any kind, as of masonry or wood, built across a water course, to confine and keep back flowing water.
 noun (n.) A firebrick wall, or a stone, which forms the front of the hearth of a blast furnace.
 verb (v. t.) To obstruct or restrain the flow of, by a dam; to confine by constructing a dam, as a stream of water; -- generally used with in or up.
 verb (v. t.) To shut up; to stop up; to close; to restrain.

grandamnoun (n.) An old woman; specifically, a grandmother.

holidamnoun (n.) See Halidom.

madamnoun (n.) A gentlewoman; -- an appellation or courteous form of address given to a lady, especially an elderly or a married lady; -- much used in the address, at the beginning of a letter, to a woman. The corresponding word in addressing a man is Sir.

milldamnoun (n.) A dam or mound to obstruct a water course, and raise the water to a height sufficient to turn a mill wheel.

quidamnoun (n.) Somebody; one unknown.
 noun (n.) Somebody; one unknown.

quondamnoun (n.) A person dismissed or ejected from a position.
 noun (n.) A person dismissed or ejected from a position.
 adjective (a.) Having been formerly; former; sometime.
 adjective (a.) Having been formerly; former; sometime.

prickmadamnoun (n.) A name given to several species of stonecrop, used as ingredients of vermifuge medicines. See Stonecrop.

schiedamnoun (n.) Holland gin made at Schiedam in the Netherlands.

tripmadamnoun (n.) Same as Prickmadam.

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

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

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

odalnoun (n.) Among the early and medieval Teutonic peoples, esp. Scandinavians, the heritable land held by the various odalmen constituting a family or kindred of freeborn tribesmen; also, the ownership of such land. The odal was subject only to certain rights of the family or kindred in restricting the freedom of transfer or sale and giving certain rights of redemption in case of change of ownership by inheritance, etc., and perhaps to other rights of the kindred or the tribe. Survivals of the early odal estates and tenure exist in Orkney and Shetland, where it is usually called by the variant form udal.
 adjective (a.) Noting, or pert. to, odal land or ownership.

odalmannoun (n.) Alt. of Odalwoman

odalwomannoun (n.) A man or woman having odal, or able to share in it by inheritance.


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

oakumnoun (n.) The material obtained by untwisting and picking into loose fiber old hemp ropes; -- used for calking the seams of ships, stopping leaks, etc.
 noun (n.) The coarse portion separated from flax or hemp in nackling.

oblatumnoun (n.) An oblate spheroid; a figure described by the revolution of an ellipse about its minor axis. Cf. Oblongum.

oblongumnoun (n.) A prolate spheroid; a figure described by the revolution of an ellipse about its greater axis. Cf. Oblatum, and see Ellipsoid of revolution, under Ellipsoid.

obscurantismnoun (n.) The system or the principles of the obscurants.

observandumnoun (n.) A thing to be observed.

obsoletismnoun (n.) A disused word or phrase; an archaism.

obstructionismnoun (n.) The act or the policy of obstructing progress.

occasionalismnoun (n.) The system of occasional causes; -- a name given to certain theories of the Cartesian school of philosophers, as to the intervention of the First Cause, by which they account for the apparent reciprocal action of the soul and the body.

occultismnoun (n.) A certain Oriental system of theosophy.

oculiformadjective (a.) In the form of an eye; resembling an eye; as, an oculiform pebble.

odeumnoun (n.) See Odeon.

odiumnoun (n.) Hatred; dislike; as, his conduct brought him into odium, or, brought odium upon him.
 noun (n.) The quality that provokes hatred; offensiveness.

officialismnoun (n.) The state of being official; a system of official government; also, adherence to office routine; red-tapism.

offscumnoun (n.) Removed scum; refuse; dross.

ogamnoun (n.) Same as Ogham.

oghamnoun (n.) A particular kind of writing practiced by the ancient Irish, and found in inscriptions on stones, metals, etc.

ogreismnoun (n.) Alt. of Ogrism

ogrismnoun (n.) The character or manners of an ogre.

ohmnoun (n.) The standard unit in the measure of electrical resistance, being the resistance of a circuit in which a potential difference of one volt produces a current of one ampere. As defined by the International Electrical Congress in 1893, and by United States Statute, it is a resistance substantially equal to 109 units of resistance of the C.G.S. system of electro-magnetic units, and is represented by the resistance offered to an unvarying electric current by a column of mercury at the temperature of melting ice 14.4521 grams in mass, of a constant cross-sectional area, and of the length of 106.3 centimeters. As thus defined it is called the international ohm.

oidiumnoun (n.) A genus of minute fungi which form a floccose mass of filaments on decaying fruit, etc. Many forms once referred to this genus are now believed to be temporary conditions of fungi of other genera, among them the vine mildew (Oidium Tuckeri), which has caused much injury to grapes.

olibanumnoun (n.) The fragrant gum resin of various species of Boswellia; Oriental frankincense.

olusatrumnoun (n.) An umbelliferous plant, the common Alexanders of Western Europe (Smyrnium Olusatrum).

omasumnoun (n.) The third division of the stomach of ruminants. See Manyplies, and Illust. under Ruminant.

omentumnoun (n.) A free fold of the peritoneum, or one serving to connect viscera, support blood vessels, etc.; an epiploon.

ommateumnoun (n.) A compound eye, as of insects and crustaceans.

ommatidiumnoun (n.) One of the single eyes forming the compound eyes of crustaceans, insects, and other invertebrates.

omniformadjective (a.) Having every form or shape.

omniumnoun (n.) The aggregate value of the different stocks in which a loan to government is now usually funded.

omosternumnoun (n.) The anterior element of the sternum which projects forward from between the clavicles in many batrachians and is usually tipped with cartilage.
 noun (n.) In many mammals, an interarticular cartilage, or bone, between the sternum and the clavicle.

onanismnoun (n.) Self-pollution; masturbation.

oncidiumnoun (n.) A genus of tropical orchidaceous plants, the flower of one species of which (O. Papilio) resembles a butterfly.

oneirocriticismnoun (n.) Alt. of Oneirocritics

ooeciumnoun (n.) One of the special zooids, or cells, of Bryozoa, destined to receive and develop ova; an ovicell. See Bryozoa.

oogoniumnoun (n.) A special cell in certain cryptogamous plants containing oospheres, as in the rockweeds (Fucus), and the orders Vaucherieae and Peronosporeae.

oophoridiumnoun (n.) The macrosporangium or case for the larger kind of spores in heterosporous flowerless plants.

oospermnoun (n.) The ovum, after fusion with the spermatozoon in impregnation.

oosporangiumnoun (n.) An oogonium; also, a case containing oval or rounded spores of some other kind than oospores.

operculiformadjective (a.) Having the form of a lid or cover.

operculumnoun (n.) The lid of a pitcherform leaf.
 noun (n.) The lid of the urnlike capsule of mosses.
 noun (n.) Any lidlike or operculiform process or part; as, the opercula of a dental follicle.
 noun (n.) The fold of integument, usually supported by bony plates, which protects the gills of most fishes and some amphibians; the gill cover; the gill lid.
 noun (n.) The principal opercular bone in the upper and posterior part of the gill cover.
 noun (n.) The lid closing the aperture of various species of shells, as the common whelk. See Illust. of Gastropoda.
 noun (n.) Any lid-shaped structure closing the aperture of a tube or shell.

opiumnoun (n.) The inspissated juice of the Papaver somniferum, or white poppy.

opobalsamnoun (n.) Alt. of Opobalsamum

opobalsamumnoun (n.) The old name of the aromatic resinous juice of the Balsamodendron opobalsamum, now commonly called balm of Gilead. See under Balm.

opossumnoun (n.) Any American marsupial of the genera Didelphys and Chironectes. The common species of the United States is Didelphys Virginiana.

opportunismnoun (n.) The art or practice of taking advantage of opportunities or circumstances, or of seeking immediate advantage with little regard for ultimate consequences.

opprobriumnoun (n.) Disgrace; infamy; reproach mingled with contempt; abusive language.

optimismnoun (n.) The opinion or doctrine that everything in nature, being the work of God, is ordered for the best, or that the ordering of things in the universe is such as to produce the highest good.
 noun (n.) A disposition to take the most hopeful view; -- opposed to pessimism.

optogramnoun (n.) An image of external objects fixed on the retina by the photochemical action of light on the visual purple. See Optography.

opusculumnoun (n.) An opuscule.

orangeismnoun (n.) Attachment to the principles of the society of Orangemen; the tenets or practices of the Orangemen.

ordinalismnoun (n.) The state or quality of being ordinal.

organicismnoun (n.) The doctrine of the localization of disease, or which refers it always to a material lesion of an organ.

organismnoun (n.) Organic structure; organization.
 noun (n.) An organized being; a living body, either vegetable or animal, compozed of different organs or parts with functions which are separate, but mutually dependent, and essential to the life of the individual.

organumnoun (n.) An organ or instrument; hence, a method by which philosophical or scientific investigation may be conducted; -- a term adopted from the Aristotelian writers by Lord Bacon, as the title ("Novum Organon") of part of his treatise on philosophical method.

orgasmnoun (n.) Eager or immoderate excitement or action; the state of turgescence of any organ; erethism; esp., the height of venereal excitement in sexual intercourse.

orientalismnoun (n.) Any system, doctrine, custom, expression, etc., peculiar to Oriental people.
 noun (n.) Knowledge or use of Oriental languages, history, literature, etc.

origanumnoun (n.) A genus of aromatic labiate plants, including the sweet marjoram (O. Marjorana) and the wild marjoram (O. vulgare).

origenismnoun (n.) The opinions of Origen of Alexandria, who lived in the 3d century, one of the most learned of the Greek Fathers. Prominent in his teaching was the doctrine that all created beings, including Satan, will ultimately be saved.

orphanismnoun (n.) Orphanhood.

orphanotrophismnoun (n.) The care and support of orphans.

orthognathismnoun (n.) The quality or state of being orthognathous.

osculumnoun (n.) Same as Oscule.

osmateriumnoun (n.) One of a pair of scent organs which the larvae of certain butterflies emit from the first body segment, either above or below.

osmiumnoun (n.) A rare metallic element of the platinum group, found native as an alloy in platinum ore, and in iridosmine. It is a hard, infusible, bluish or grayish white metal, and the heaviest substance known. Its tetroxide is used in histological experiments to stain tissues. Symbol Os. Atomic weight 191.1. Specific gravity 22.477.

osphradiumnoun (n.) The olfactory organ of some Mollusca. It is connected with the organ of respiration.

ossiculumnoun (n.) Same as Ossicle.

ossuariumnoun (n.) A charnel house; an ossuary.

ostensoriumnoun (n.) Alt. of Ostensory

osteocraniumnoun (n.) The bony cranium, as distinguished from the cartilaginous cranium.

ostiumnoun (n.) An opening; a passage.

ostracismnoun (n.) Banishment by popular vote, -- a means adopted at Athens to rid the city of a person whose talent and influence gave umbrage.
 noun (n.) Banishment; exclusion; as, social ostracism.

otozoumnoun (n.) An extinct genus of huge vertebrates, probably dinosaurs, known only from four-toed tracks in Triassic sandstones.

outformnoun (n.) External appearance.

outroomnoun (n.) An outer room.

outtermnoun (n.) An external or superficial thing; outward manner; superficial remark, etc.

ovaliformadjective (a.) Having the form of an egg; having a figure such that any section in the direction of the shorter diameter will be circular, and any in the direction of the longer diameter will be oval.

ovariumnoun (n.) An ovary. See Ovary.

oversumnoun (n.) A sum or quantity over; surplus.

overwhelmnoun (n.) The act of overwhelming.
 verb (v. t.) To cover over completely, as by a great wave; to overflow and bury beneath; to ingulf; hence, figuratively, to immerse and bear down; to overpower; to crush; to bury; to oppress, etc., overpoweringly.
 verb (v. t.) To project or impend over threateningly.
 verb (v. t.) To cause to surround, to cover.

oviformadjective (a.) Having the form or figure of an egg; egg-shaped; as, an oviform leaf.

ovulumnoun (n.) An ovule.

ovumnoun (n.) A more or less spherical and transparent mass of granular protoplasm, which by a process of multiplication and growth develops into a mass of cells, constituting a new individual like the parent; an egg, spore, germ, or germ cell. See Illust. of Mycropyle.
 noun (n.) One of the series of egg-shaped ornaments into which the ovolo is often carved.

owlismnoun (n.) Affected wisdom; pompous dullness.

oxycalciumadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to oxygen and calcium; as, the oxycalcium light. See Drummond light.

oxygeniumnoun (n.) The technical name of oxygen.

obiismnoun (n.) Belief in, or the practice of, the obi superstitions and rites.

odinismnoun (n.) Worship of Odin; broadly, the Teutonic heathenism.

olympianismnoun (n.) Worship of the Olympian gods, esp. as a dominant cult or religion.

ondogramnoun (n.) The record of an ondograph.

ophismnoun (n.) Doctrines and rites of the Ophites.
 noun (n.) Serpent worship or the use of serpents as magical agencies.

oscillogramnoun (n.) An autographic record made by an oscillograph.

ovismnoun (n.) The old theory that the egg contains the whole embryo of the future organism and the germs of all subsequent offsprings and is merely awakened to activity by the spermatozoon; -- opposed to spermism or animalculism.