Name Report For First Name THEORA:

THEORA

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

Rhymes with THEORA - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming THEORA

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES THEORA AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH THEORA (According to last letters):

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

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

eleora

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

aurora adora senora thora dora fedora isadora madora musidora pandora pheodora theodora zudora teodora teadora aghamora aldora alora amora annora anora avonmora cora delora devora dinora eilinora eldora eleadora eleanora eleonora elnora elora feodora guanhumora honora isidora lenora leonora liora lora mora nicanora nora ora pastora salbatora salvadora salvatora sanora tabora talora xalbadora xalvadora yoora zamora zemora zipora raedbora wendlesora elenora bora zippora eliora derora debora phedora musadora medora hannelora onora orzora sippora

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

asura azmera chinara efra iyangura japera katura nadra sanura tandra zuhura estra moira soumra adra aludra alzubra badra bahira bushra johara nasira noura samira thara' yusra

NAMES RHYMING WITH THEORA (According to first letters):

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

theore theoris

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

theoclymenus theodore theodorus theodosios theola theomund theon theone theophaneia theophania theophanie theophile theophilia

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

the thea thearl thecla theda thegn thekla thelma thema themis thenoma thenomia thera therese thermuthis theron therron thersites theseus thetis theyn

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

thabit thacher thacker thackere thaddea thaddeus thaddia thaddius thadina thadine thady thai thain thais thalassa thaleia thalia tham thamyris than thana' thanasis thanatos thane thang thanh thanos thao thaqib tharen thatcher thaumas thaw thawain thaxte thaxter thay thayne thi thia thibaud thieny thierry thiery thinh thira thirza thisbe tho thom thoma thomas thomasin thomdic thomkins thompson thomsina thor thoraldtun thorley thorm thormond thormund thorn

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH THEORA:

First Names which starts with 'th' and ends with 'ra':

thyra

First Names which starts with 't' and ends with 'a':

tabatha tabetha tabia tabitha tablita tadita tahlia tahra taipa taiyana taka takala takara takoda tala taletha talia talisha talitha tallia talya talyssa tama tamanna tamara tamera tamika tamma tammara tamra taneisha tanessa tangerina tania tanisha tanya tara taraka tarana tarina tasa tashia tasina tassa tatiana taura taurina tavia tavisha tawia tawnia tawnya taya tayanita tayba taylia tayzia tea tealia teanna teaonia teca tecla tedra teela teetonka tehya teisha teka telma temima temira teofila teoma terceira terentia teresa teresina teresita teriana terika terra terza tesia tessa tessema tessia teva thressa thrisha thurayya thwayya tia tiahna tianna tiauna tibelda tiberia tierra

English Words Rhyming THEORA

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES THEORA AS A WHOLE:



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


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



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



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


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

amphoranoun (n.) Among the ancients, a two-handled vessel, tapering at the bottom, used for holding wine, oil, etc.

anaphoranoun (n.) A repetition of a word or of words at the beginning of two or more successive clauses.

angoranoun (n.) A city of Asia Minor (or Anatolia) which has given its name to a goat, a cat, etc.

aplacophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of Amphineura in which the body is naked or covered with slender spines or setae, but is without shelly plates.

auroranoun (n.) The rising light of the morning; the dawn of day; the redness of the sky just before the sun rises.
 noun (n.) The rise, dawn, or beginning.
 noun (n.) The Roman personification of the dawn of day; the goddess of the morning. The poets represented her a rising out of the ocean, in a chariot, with rosy fingers dropping gentle dew.
 noun (n.) A species of crowfoot.
 noun (n.) The aurora borealis or aurora australis (northern or southern lights).

basommatophoranoun (n. pl.) A group of Pulmonifera having the eyes at the base of the tentacles, including the common pond snails.

caracoranoun (n.) A light vessel or proa used by the people of Borneo, etc., and by the Dutch in the East Indies.

carnivoranoun (n. pl.) An order of Mammallia including the lion, tiger, wolf bear, seal, etc. They are adapted by their structure to feed upon flesh, though some of them, as the bears, also eat vegetable food. The teeth are large and sharp, suitable for cutting flesh, and the jaws powerful.

cephalophoranoun (n. pl.) The cephalata.

coranoun (n.) The Arabian gazelle (Gazella Arabica), found from persia to North Africa.

ctenophoranoun (n. pl.) A class of Coelenterata, commonly ellipsoidal in shape, swimming by means of eight longitudinal rows of paddles. The separate paddles somewhat resemble combs.

discophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of acalephs or jellyfishes, including most of the large disklike species.

doryphoranoun (n.) A genus of plant-eating beetles, including the potato beetle. See Potato beetle.

diasporanoun (n.) Lit., "Dispersion." -- applied collectively: (a) To those Jews who, after the Exile, were scattered through the Old World, and afterwards to Jewish Christians living among heathen. Cf. James i. 1. (b) By extension, to Christians isolated from their own communion, as among the Moravians to those living, usually as missionaries, outside of the parent congregation.

epanaphoranoun (n.) Same as Anaphora.

epiphoranoun (n.) The watery eye; a disease in which the tears accumulate in the eye, and trickle over the cheek.
 noun (n.) The emphatic repetition of a word or phrase, at the end of several sentences or stanzas.

floranoun (n.) The goddess of flowers and spring.
 noun (n.) The complete system of vegetable species growing without cultivation in a given locality, region, or period; a list or description of, or treatise on, such plants.

frugivoranoun (n. pl.) The fruit bate; a group of the Cheiroptera, comprising the bats which live on fruits. See Eruit bat, under Fruit.

helioporanoun (n.) An East Indian stony coral now known to belong to the Alcyonaria; -- called also blue coral.

herbivoranoun (n. pl.) An extensive division of Mammalia. It formerly included the Proboscidea, Hyracoidea, Perissodactyla, and Artiodactyla, but by later writers it is generally restricted to the two latter groups (Ungulata). They feed almost exclusively upon vegetation.

hydrophoranoun (n. pl.) The Hydroidea.

insectivoranoun (n. pl.) An order of mammals which feed principally upon insects.
 noun (n. pl.) A division of the Cheiroptera, including the common or insect-eating bats.

madreporanoun (n.) A genus of reef corals abundant in tropical seas. It includes than one hundred and fifty species, most of which are elegantly branched.

mandragoranoun (n.) A genus of plants; the mandrake. See Mandrake, 1.

masoranoun (n.) A Jewish critical work on the text of the Hebrew Scriptures, composed by several learned rabbis of the school of Tiberias, in the eighth and ninth centuries.

massoranoun (n.) Same as Masora.

milleporanoun (n.) A genus of Hydrocorallia, which includes the millipores.

moranoun (n.) A game of guessing the number of fingers extended in a quick movement of the hand, -- much played by Italians of the lower classes.
 noun (n.) A leguminous tree of Guiana and Trinidad (Dimorphandra excelsa); also, its timber, used in shipbuilding and making furniture.
 noun (n.) Delay; esp., culpable delay; postponement.

nematophoranoun (n. pl.) Same as Coelenterata.

odontophoranoun (n.pl.) Same as Cephalophora.

omnivoranoun (n. pl.) A group of ungulate mammals including the hog and the hippopotamus. The term is also sometimes applied to the bears, and to certain passerine birds.

onychophoranoun (n. pl.) Malacopoda.

oranoun (n.) A money of account among the Anglo-Saxons, valued, in the Domesday Book, at twenty pence sterling.
  (pl. ) of Os

pandoranoun (n.) A beautiful woman (all-gifted), whom Jupiter caused Vulcan to make out of clay in order to punish the human race, because Prometheus had stolen the fire from heaven. Jupiter gave Pandora a box containing all human ills, which, when the box was opened, escaped and spread over the earth. Hope alone remained in the box. Another version makes the box contain all the blessings of the gods, which were lost to men when Pandora opened it.
 noun (n.) A genus of marine bivalves, in which one valve is flat, the other convex.

passifloranoun (n.) A genus of plants, including the passion flower. It is the type of the order Passifloreae, which includes about nineteen genera and two hundred and fifty species.

pecoranoun (n. pl.) An extensive division of ruminants, including the antelopes, deer, and cattle.

placophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of gastropod Mollusca, including the chitons. The back is covered by eight shelly plates. Called also Polyplacophora. See Illust. under Chiton, and Isopleura.

plethoranoun (n.) Overfullness; especially, excessive fullness of the blood vessels; repletion; that state of the blood vessels or of the system when the blood exceeds a healthy standard in quantity; hyperaemia; -- opposed to anaemia.
 noun (n.) State of being overfull; excess; superabundance.

pneumonophoranoun (n. pl.) The division of Siphonophora which includes the Physalia and allied genera; -- called also Pneumatophorae.

pneumophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of holothurians having an internal gill, or respiratory tree.

polyplacophoranoun (n. pl.) See Placophora.

psoranoun (n.) A cutaneous disease; especially, the itch.

pupivoranoun (n. pl.) A group of parasitic Hymenoptera, including the ichneumon flies, which destroy the larvae and pupae of insects.

remoranoun (n.) Delay; obstacle; hindrance.
 noun (n.) Any one of several species of fishes belonging to Echeneis, Remora, and allied genera. Called also sucking fish.
 noun (n.) An instrument formerly in use, intended to retain parts in their places.

retinophoranoun (n.) One of group of two to four united cells which occupy the axial part of the ocelli, or ommatidia, of the eyes of invertebrates, and contain the terminal nerve fibrillae. See Illust. under Ommatidium.

rhabdophoranoun (n. pl.) An extinct division of Hydrozoa which includes the graptolities.

rhizophoranoun (n.) A genus of trees including the mangrove. See Mangrove.

rhynchophoranoun (n. pl.) A group of Coleoptera having a snoutlike head; the snout beetles, curculios, or weevils.

seľoranoun (n.) A Spanish title of courtesy given to a lady; Mrs.; Madam; also, a lady.

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


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


theorbistnoun (n.) One who plays on a theorbo.

theorbonoun (n.) An instrument made like large lute, but having two necks, with two sets of pegs, the lower set holding the strings governed by frets, while to the upper set were attached the long bass strings used as open notes.

theoremnoun (n.) That which is considered and established as a principle; hence, sometimes, a rule.
 noun (n.) A statement of a principle to be demonstrated.
 verb (v. t.) To formulate into a theorem.

theorematicadjective (a.) Alt. of Theorematical

theorematicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a theorem or theorems; comprised in a theorem; consisting of theorems.

theorematistnoun (n.) One who constructs theorems.

theoremicadjective (a.) Theorematic.

theoreticadjective (a.) Alt. of Theoretical

theoreticaladjective (a.) Pertaining to theory; depending on, or confined to, theory or speculation; speculative; terminating in theory or speculation: not practical; as, theoretical learning; theoretic sciences.

theoreticsnoun (n.) The speculative part of a science; speculation.

theoricnoun (n.) Speculation; theory.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the theorica.
 adjective (a.) Relating to, or skilled in, theory; theoretically skilled.

theoricanoun (n. pl.) Public moneys expended at Athens on festivals, sacrifices, and public entertainments (especially theatrical performances), and in gifts to the people; -- also called theoric fund.

theoricaladjective (a.) Theoretic.

theoristnoun (n.) One who forms theories; one given to theory and speculation; a speculatist.

theorizationnoun (n.) The act or product of theorizing; the formation of a theory or theories; speculation.

theorizingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Theorize

theorizernoun (n.) One who theorizes or speculates; a theorist.

theorynoun (n.) A doctrine, or scheme of things, which terminates in speculation or contemplation, without a view to practice; hypothesis; speculation.
 noun (n.) An exposition of the general or abstract principles of any science; as, the theory of music.
 noun (n.) The science, as distinguished from the art; as, the theory and practice of medicine.
 noun (n.) The philosophical explanation of phenomena, either physical or moral; as, Lavoisier's theory of combustion; Adam Smith's theory of moral sentiments.


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


theobromanoun (n.) A genus of small trees. See Cacao.

theobromicadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, an acid extracted from cacao butter (from the Theobroma Cacao), peanut oil (from Arachis hypogaea), etc., as a white waxy crystalline substance.

theobrominenoun (n.) An alkaloidal ureide, C7H8N4O2, homologous with and resembling caffeine, produced artificially, and also extracted from cacao and chocolate (from Theobroma Cacao) as a bitter white crystalline substance; -- called also dimethyl xanthine.

theochristicadjective (a.) Anointed by God.

theocracynoun (n.) Government of a state by the immediate direction or administration of God; hence, the exercise of political authority by priests as representing the Deity.
 noun (n.) The state thus governed, as the Hebrew commonwealth before it became a kingdom.

theocrasynoun (n.) A mixture of the worship of different gods, as of Jehovah and idols.
 noun (n.) An intimate union of the soul with God in contemplation, -- an ideal of the Neoplatonists and of some Oriental mystics.

theocratnoun (n.) One who lives under a theocratic form of government; one who in civil affairs conforms to divine law.

theocraticadjective (a.) Alt. of Theocratical

theocraticaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a theocracy; administred by the immediate direction of God; as, the theocratical state of the Israelites.

theodicynoun (n.) A vindication of the justice of God in ordaining or permitting natural and moral evil.
 noun (n.) That department of philosophy which treats of the being, perfections, and government of God, and the immortality of the soul.

theodolitenoun (n.) An instrument used, especially in trigonometrical surveying, for the accurate measurement of horizontal angles, and also usually of vertical angles. It is variously constructed.

theodoliticadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a theodolite; made by means of a theodolite; as, theodolitic observations.

theogonicadjective (a.) Of or relating to theogony.

theogonismnoun (n.) Theogony.

theogonistnoun (n.) A writer on theogony.

theogonynoun (n.) The generation or genealogy of the gods; that branch of heathen theology which deals with the origin and descent of the deities; also, a poem treating of such genealogies; as, the Theogony of Hesiod.

theologasternoun (n.) A pretender or quack in theology.

theologernoun (n.) A theologian.

theologiannoun (n.) A person well versed in theology; a professor of theology or divinity; a divine.

theologicadjective (a.) Theological.

theologicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to theology, or the science of God and of divine things; as, a theological treatise.

theologicsnoun (n.) Theology.

theologistnoun (n.) A theologian.

theologizingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Theologize

theologizernoun (n.) One who theologizes; a theologian.

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

theologynoun (n.) The science of God or of religion; the science which treats of the existence, character, and attributes of God, his laws and government, the doctrines we are to believe, and the duties we are to practice; divinity; (as more commonly understood) "the knowledge derivable from the Scriptures, the systematic exhibition of revealed truth, the science of Christian faith and life."

theomachistnoun (n.) One who fights against the gods; one who resists God of the divine will.

theomachynoun (n.) A fighting against the gods, as the battle of the gaints with the gods.
 noun (n.) A battle or strife among the gods.
 noun (n.) Opposition to God or the divine will.

theomancynoun (n.) A kind of divination drawn from the responses of oracles among heathen nations.

theopatheticadjective (a.) Alt. of Theopathic

theopathicadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a theopathy.

theopathynoun (n.) Capacity for religious affections or worship.

theophanicadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a theopany; appearing to man, as a god.

theophanynoun (n.) A manifestation of God to man by actual appearance, usually as an incarnation.

theophilanthropicadjective (a.) Pertaining to theophilanthropy or the theophilanthropists.

theophilanthropismnoun (n.) The doctrine of the theophilanthropists; theophilanthropy.

theophilanthropistnoun (n.) A member of a deistical society established at Paris during the French revolution.

theophilanthropynoun (n.) Theophilanthropism.

theophilosophicadjective (a.) Combining theism and philosophy, or pertaining to the combination of theism and philosophy.

theopneustedadjective (a.) Divinely inspired; theopneustic.

theopneusticadjective (a.) Given by the inspiration of the Spirit of God.

theopneustynoun (n.) Divine inspiration; the supernatural influence of the Divine Spirit in qualifying men to receive and communicate revealed truth.

theosophnoun (n.) Alt. of Theosopher

theosophernoun (n.) A theosophist.

theosophicadjective (a.) Alt. of Theosophical

theosophicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to theosophy.

theosophismnoun (n.) Belief in theosophy.

theosophistnoun (n.) One addicted to theosophy.

theosophisticaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to theosophy; theosophical.


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


theanoun (n.) A genus of plants found in China and Japan; the tea plant.

theandricadjective (a.) Relating to, or existing by, the union of divine and human operation in Christ, or the joint agency of the divine and human nature.

theanthropicadjective (a.) Alt. of Theanthropical

theanthropicaladjective (a.) Partaking of, or combining, both divinity and humanity.

theanthropismnoun (n.) A state of being God and man.
 noun (n.) The ascription of human atributes to the Deity, or to a polytheistic deity; anthropomorphism.

theanthropistnoun (n.) One who advocates, or believes in, theanthropism.

theanthropynoun (n.) Theanthropism.

thearchicadjective (a.) Divinely sovereign or supreme.

thearchynoun (n.) Government by God; divine sovereignty; theocracy.

theaternoun (n.) Alt. of Theatre

theatrenoun (n.) An edifice in which dramatic performances or spectacles are exhibited for the amusement of spectators; anciently uncovered, except the stage, but in modern times roofed.
 noun (n.) Any room adapted to the exhibition of any performances before an assembly, as public lectures, scholastic exercises, anatomical demonstrations, surgical operations, etc.
 noun (n.) That which resembles a theater in form, use, or the like; a place rising by steps or gradations, like the seats of a theater.
 noun (n.) A sphere or scheme of operation.
 noun (n.) A place or region where great events are enacted; as, the theater of war.

theatinnoun (n.) Alt. of Theatine

theatinenoun (n.) One of an order of Italian monks, established in 1524, expressly to oppose Reformation, and to raise the tone of piety among Roman Catholics. They hold no property, nor do they beg, but depend on what Providence sends. Their chief employment is preaching and giving religious instruction.
 noun (n.) One of an order of nuns founded by Ursula Benincasa, who died in 1618.

theatraladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a theater; theatrical.

theatricadjective (a.) Theatrical.

theatricaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a theater, or to the scenic representations; resembling the manner of dramatic performers; histrionic; hence, artificial; as, theatrical performances; theatrical gestures.

theatricalsnoun (n. pl.) Dramatic performances; especially, those produced by amateurs.

theavenoun (n.) A ewe lamb of the first year; also, a sheep three years old.

thebaicadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Thebes in Egypt; specifically, designating a version of the Bible preserved by the Copts, and esteemed of great value by biblical scholars. This version is also called the Sahidic version.

thebaidnoun (n.) A Latin epic poem by Statius about Thebes in Boeotia.

thebainenoun (n.) A poisonous alkaloid, C19H21NO3, found in opium in small quantities, having a sharp, astringent taste, and a tetanic action resembling that of strychnine.

thebannoun (n.) A native or inhabitant of Thebes; also, a wise man.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Thebes.

thecanoun (n.) A sheath; a case; as, the theca, or cell, of an anther; the theca, or spore case, of a fungus; the theca of the spinal cord.
 noun (n.) The chitinous cup which protects the hydranths of certain hydroids.
 noun (n.) The more or less cuplike calicle of a coral.
 noun (n.) The wall forming a calicle of a coral.

thecaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a theca; as, a thecal abscess.

thecaphorenoun (n.) A surface or organ bearing a theca, or covered with thecae.
 noun (n.) See Basigynium.

thecasporousadjective (a.) Having the spores in thecae, or cases.

thecatanoun (n. pl.) Same as Thecophora.

theclanoun (n.) Any one of many species of small delicately colored butterflies belonging to Thecla and allied genera; -- called also hairstreak, and elfin.

thecodactylnoun (n.) Any one of a group of lizards of the Gecko tribe, having the toes broad, and furnished with a groove in which the claws can be concealed.

thecodontnoun (n.) One of the Thecodontia.
 adjective (a.) Having the teeth inserted in sockets in the alveoli of the jaws.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the thecodonts.

thecodontianoun (n. pl.) A group of fossil saurians having biconcave vertebrae and the teeth implanted in sockets.

thecophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of hydroids comprising those which have the hydranths in thecae and the gonophores in capsules. The campanularians and sertularians are examples. Called also Thecata. See Illust. under Hydroidea.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH THEORA:

English Words which starts with 'th' and ends with 'ra':

thalamophoranoun (n. pl.) Same as Foraminifera.

thysanopteranoun (n. pl.) A division of insects, considered by some writers a distinct order, but regarded by others as belonging to the Hemiptera. They are all of small size, and have narrow, broadly fringed wings with rudimentary nervures. Most of the species feed upon the juices of plants, and some, as those which attack grain, are very injurious to crops. Called also Physopoda. See Thrips.

thysanuranoun (n. pl.) An order of wingless hexapod insects which have setiform caudal appendages, either bent beneath the body to form a spring, or projecting as bristles. It comprises the Cinura, or bristletails, and the Collembola, or springtails. Called also Thysanoura. See Lepisma, and Podura.