Name Report For First Name PHYLO:


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

Rhymes with PHYLO - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming PHYLO



NAMES RHYMING WITH PHYLO (According to last letters):

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

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


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

aello lilo akello domevlo masilo okello flollo arthgallo talo apollo philo laszlo angelo carlo donatello yoskolo gonzalo consuelo flo alo arlo bartolo carmelo cirilo costello cullo dangelo danilo dohnatello frascuelo gabrielo kaarlo manolo manuelo marcello milo pablo paolo pepillo pueblo raulo shilo launcelo barhlo frollo blancheflo rollo

NAMES RHYMING WITH PHYLO (According to first letters):

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

phylis phyllis

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

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

phaedra phaethon phaethusa phalyn phantasos phaon phebe phedora phelan phelot phelps phemie phemius pheobus pheodora pheredin pherson phiala phil phila philana philander philberta philemon phili philip philipe philipinna philippa philippe philippine philips phillida phillina phillip phillipa phillipe phillips phillis philoctetes philoetius philomel philomela philomena philomina philothea phineas phinees phineus phlegethon phoebe phoenix phoenyx phorbas phorbus phorcys phrixus phuc phuoc phuong


First Names which starts with 'ph' and ends with 'lo':

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

paavo pacho paco pacorro pafko pancho patricio patrido pedro pemphredo pephredo pietro pippo pirro placido plato porfirio porfiro primeiro prospero

English Words Rhyming PHYLO


cormophylogenynoun (n.) The phylogeny of groups or families of individuals.

epiphylospermousadjective (a.) Bearing fruit on the back of the leaves, as ferns.

phylogenesisnoun (n.) Alt. of Phylogeny

phylogenynoun (n.) The history of genealogical development; the race history of an animal or vegetable type; the historic exolution of the phylon or tribe, in distinction from ontogeny, or the development of the individual organism, and from biogenesis, or life development generally.

phylogeneticadjective (a.) Relating to phylogenesis, or the race history of a type of organism.

phylonnoun (n.) A tribe.

staphylomanoun (n.) A protrusion of any part of the globe of the eye; as, a staphyloma of the cornea.

staphylomatousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to staphyloma; affected with staphyloma.

staphyloplastynoun (n.) The operation for restoring or replacing the soft palate when it has been lost.

staphyloraphynoun (n.) Alt. of Staphylorrhaphy

staphylorrhaphynoun (n.) The operation of uniting a cleft palate, consisting in paring and bringing together the edges of the cleft.

staphylotomynoun (n.) The operation of removing a staphyloma by cutting.

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

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

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

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

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

phylacternoun (n.) A phylactery.

phylacteredadjective (a.) Wearing a phylactery.

phylactericadjective (a.) Alt. of Phylacterical

phylactericaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to phylacteries.

phylacterynoun (n.) Any charm or amulet worn as a preservative from danger or disease.
 noun (n.) A small square box, made either of parchment or of black calfskin, containing slips of parchment or vellum on which are written the scriptural passages Exodus xiii. 2-10, and 11-17, Deut. vi. 4-9, 13-22. They are worn by Jews on the head and left arm, on week-day mornings, during the time of prayer.
 noun (n.) Among the primitive Christians, a case in which the relics of the dead were inclosed.

phylactocarpnoun (n.) A branch of a plumularian hydroid specially modified in structure for the protection of the gonothecae.

phylactolaemanoun (n. pl.) Alt. of Phylactolaemata

phylactolaematanoun (n. pl.) An order of fresh-water Bryozoa in which the tentacles are arranged on a horseshoe-shaped lophophore, and the mouth is covered by an epistome. Called also Lophopoda, and hippocrepians.

phylactolaematousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Phylactolaema.

phylactolemanoun (n. pl.) Alt. of Phylactolemata

phylactolematanoun (n. pl.) Same as Phylactolaema.

phylarchnoun (n.) The chief of a phyle, or tribe.

phylarchynoun (n.) The office of a phylarch; government of a class or tribe.

phylenoun (n.) A local division of the people in ancient Athens; a clan; a tribe.

phyllitenoun (n.) A mineral related to ottrelite.
 noun (n.) Clay slate; argillaceous schist.

phyllobranchianoun (n.) A crustacean gill composed of lamellae.

phyllocladiumnoun (n.) A flattened stem or branch which more or less resembles a leaf, and performs the function of a leaf as regards respiration and assimilation.

phyllocyaninnoun (n.) A blue coloring matter extracted from chlorophyll.

phyllocystnoun (n.) The cavity of a hydrophyllium.

phyllodenoun (n.) Same as Phyllodium.

phyllodineousadjective (a.) Having phyllodia; relating to phyllodia.

phyllodiumnoun (n.) A petiole dilated into the form of a blade, and usually with vertical edges, as in the Australian acacias.

phyllodynoun (n.) A retrograde metamorphosis of the floral organs to the condition of leaves.

phylloidadjective (a.) Resembling a leaf.

phyllomanianoun (n.) An abnormal or excessive production of leaves.

phyllomenoun (n.) A foliar part of a plant; any organ homologous with a leaf, or produced by metamorphosis of a leaf.

phyllomorphosisnoun (n.) The succession and variation of leaves during different seasons.

phyllophagannoun (n.) One of a group of marsupials including the phalangists.
 noun (n.) One of a tribe of beetles which feed upon the leaves of plants, as the chafers.

phyllophagousadjective (a.) Substituting on leaves; leaf-eating.

phyllophorousadjective (a.) Leaf-bearing; producing leaves.

phyllopodnoun (n.) One of the Phyllopoda. [Also used adjectively.]

phyllopodanoun (n. pl.) An order of Entomostraca including a large number of species, most of which live in fresh water. They have flattened or leaflike legs, often very numerous, which they use in swimming. Called also Branchiopoda.

phyllopodousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Phyllopoda.

phyllorhineadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Phyllorhina and other related genera of bats that have a leaflike membrane around the nostrils.

phyllosomanoun (n.) The larva of the spiny lobsters (Palinurus and allied genera). Its body is remarkably thin, flat, and transparent; the legs are very long. Called also glass-crab, and glass-shrimp.

phyllostomenoun (n.) Any bat of the genus Phyllostoma, or allied genera, having large membranes around the mouth and nose; a nose-leaf bat.

phylloltomidnoun (n.) A phyllostome.

phyllotacticadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to phyllotaxy.

phyllotaxynoun (n.) Alt. of Phyllotaxis

phyllotaxisnoun (n.) The order or arrangement of leaves on the stem; the science of the relative position of leaves.

phyllousadjective (a.) Homologous with a leaf; as, the sepals, petals, stamens, and pistils are phyllous organs.

phylloxanthinnoun (n.) A yellow coloring matter extracted from chlorophyll.

phylloxeranoun (n.) A small hemipterous insect (Phylloxera vastatrix) allied to the aphids. It attacks the roots and leaves of the grapevine, doing great damage, especially in Europe.
 noun (n.) The diseased condition of a vine caused by the insect just described.

phylumnoun (n.) One of the larger divisions of the animal kingdom; a branch; a grand division.
 noun (n.) A series of animals or plants genetically connected.

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

phycitenoun (n.) See Erythrite, 1.

phycochromenoun (n.) A bluish green coloring matter of certain algae.

phycocyaninnoun (n.) Alt. of Phycocyanine

phycocyaninenoun (n.) A blue coloring matter found in certain algae.

phycoerythrinnoun (n.) Alt. of Phycoerythrine

phycoerythrinenoun (n.) A red coloring matter found in algae of the subclass Florideae.

phycographynoun (n.) A description of seaweeds.

phycologynoun (n.) The science of algae, or seaweeds; algology.

phycomaternoun (n.) A gelatin in which the algae spores have been supposed to vegetate.

phycophaeinenoun (n.) A brown coloring matter found in certain algae.

phycoxanthinnoun (n.) Alt. of Phycoxanthine

phycoxanthinenoun (n.) A yellowish coloring matter found in certain algae.

phymanoun (n.) A tubercle on any external part of the body.

physanoun (n.) A genus of fresh-water Pulmonifera, having reversed spiral shells. See Pond snail, under Pond.

physalianoun (n.) A genus of large oceanic Siphonophora which includes the Portuguese man-of-war.

physaliaenoun (n. pl.) An order of Siphonophora which includes Physalia.

physemarianoun (n. pl.) A group of simple marine organisms, usually classed as the lowest of the sponges. They have inflated hollow bodies.

physeternoun (n.) The genus that includes the sperm whale.
 noun (n.) A filtering machine operated by air pressure.

physianthropynoun (n.) The philosophy of human life, or the doctrine of the constitution and diseases of man, and their remedies.

physicnoun (n.) The art of healing diseases; the science of medicine; the theory or practice of medicine.
 noun (n.) A specific internal application for the cure or relief of sickness; a remedy for disease; a medicine.
 noun (n.) Specifically, a medicine that purges; a cathartic.
 noun (n.) A physician.
 verb (v. t.) To treat with physic or medicine; to administer medicine to, esp. a cathartic; to operate on as a cathartic; to purge.
 verb (v. t.) To work on as a remedy; to heal; to cure.

physickingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Physic
  () p. pr. & vb. n. fr. Physic, v. t.

physicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to nature (as including all created existences); in accordance with the laws of nature; also, of or relating to natural or material things, or to the bodily structure, as opposed to things mental, moral, spiritual, or imaginary; material; natural; as, armies and navies are the physical force of a nation; the body is the physical part of man.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to physics, or natural philosophy; treating of, or relating to, the causes and connections of natural phenomena; as, physical science; physical laws.
 adjective (a.) Perceptible through a bodily or material organization; cognizable by the senses; external; as, the physical, opposed to chemical, characters of a mineral.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to physic, or the art of medicine; medicinal; curative; healing; also, cathartic; purgative.

physiciannoun (n.) A person skilled in physic, or the art of healing; one duty authorized to prescribe remedies for, and treat, diseases; a doctor of medicine.
 noun (n.) Hence, figuratively, one who ministers to moral diseases; as, a physician of the soul.

physicianedadjective (a.) Licensed as a physician.

physicismnoun (n.) The tendency of the mind toward, or its preoccupation with, physical phenomena; materialism in philosophy and religion.

physicistnoun (n.) One versed in physics.
 noun (n.) A believer in the theory that the fundamental phenomena of life are to be explained upon purely chemical and physical principles; -- opposed to vitalist.

physicochemicaladjective (a.) Involving the principles of both physics and chemistry; dependent on, or produced by, the joint action of physical and chemical agencies.

physicologicnoun (n.) Logic illustrated by physics.

physicologicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to physicologic.

physicologynoun (n.) Physics.

physicsnoun (n.) The science of nature, or of natural objects; that branch of science which treats of the laws and properties of matter, and the forces acting upon it; especially, that department of natural science which treats of the causes (as gravitation, heat, light, magnetism, electricity, etc.) that modify the general properties of bodies; natural philosophy.

physiocratnoun (n.) One of the followers of Quesnay of France, who, in the 18th century, founded a system of political economy based upon the supremacy of natural order.

physiogenynoun (n.) The germ history of the functions, or the history of the development of vital activities, in the individual, being one of the branches of ontogeny. See Morphogeny.

physiognomernoun (n.) Physiognomist.

physiognomicadjective (a.) Alt. of Physiognomical

physiognomicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to physiognomy; according with the principles of physiognomy.

physiognomistnoun (n.) Same as Physiognomy, 1.
 noun (n.) One skilled in physiognomy.
 noun (n.) One who tells fortunes by physiognomy.

physiognommonicadjective (a.) Physiognomic.

physiognomynoun (n.) The art and science of discovering the predominant temper, and other characteristic qualities of the mind, by the outward appearance, especially by the features of the face.
 noun (n.) The face or countenance, with respect to the temper of the mind; particular configuration, cast, or expression of countenance, as denoting character.
 noun (n.) The art telling fortunes by inspection of the features.
 noun (n.) The general appearance or aspect of a thing, without reference to its scientific characteristics; as, the physiognomy of a plant, or of a meteor.

physiogonynoun (n.) The birth of nature.

physiographicadjective (a.) Alt. of Physiographical

physiographicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to physiography.

physiographynoun (n.) The science which treats of the earth's exterior physical features, climate, life, etc., and of the physical movements or changes on the earth's surface, as the currents of the atmosphere and ocean, the secular variations in heat, moisture, magnetism, etc.; physical geography.
 noun (n.) The descriptive part of a natural science as distinguished from the explanatory or theoretic part; as, mineral physiography.

physiolatrynoun (n.) The worship of the powers or agencies of nature; materialism in religion; nature worship.

physiologernoun (n.) A physiologist.

physiologicadjective (a.) Physiological.

physiologicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to physiology; relating to the science of the functions of living organism; as, physiological botany or chemistry.

physiologistnoun (n.) One who is versed in the science of physiology; a student of the properties and functions of animal and vegetable organs and tissues.

physiologynoun (n.) The science which treats of the phenomena of living organisms; the study of the processes incidental to, and characteristic of, life.
 noun (n.) A treatise on physiology.

physiophylynoun (n.) The tribal history of the functions, or the history of the paleontological development of vital activities, -- being a branch of phylogeny. See Morphophyly.


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