Name Report For First Name HUDA:


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

Rhymes with HUDA - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming HUDA


hudak ahuda yehuda

NAMES RHYMING WITH HUDA (According to last letters):

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

sauda mas'ouda geltruda auda gertruda uda truda

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

balinda dada makda makeda nehanda rashida saida sroda ghayda nashida nida rida warda zada daghda oppida seda milada arvada afreda belisarda clarimunda yolanda ciarda donalda albreda alda arnalda magnilda marelda mathilda romilda serilda andromeda dorinda elpida halimeda leda phillida rhoda varda darda chamunda chanda sharada clorinda elda alida orenda wakanda wihakayda adelajda nadezhda sanda adelinda muenda penda alwalda dar-al-baida abda fida reda ferda jarda standa tonda mudada balisarda abida shoda ada adalheida adda aethelreda aida alameda aleda alfreda alfrida almunda alyda amada amalasanda amalda amanda ananda anda arlinda armanda arminda athilda atilda ayda

NAMES RHYMING WITH HUDA (According to first letters):

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

hud hudhayfah hudson

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

huarwar huata hub hubbard hubert huberta hue hueil huemac huetta huette huetts huey hugette hugh hughes hughetta hughette hughston hugi hugiberahta hugiet hugiherahta hugo huguetta huitzilihuitl huitzilli hulbard hulbart hulbert huld hulda hulde huldiberaht huma humam humayd humberto hume humility humita humphrey hunfri hunfrid hunfried hung hungas hunig hunt hunter huntingden huntingdon huntington huntingtun huntir huntley huntly huon huong hurit huritt huriyyah hurlbart hurlbert hurlee hurley hurly hurst hurste husain husam husani husayn husn husnain husniyah hussain hussein husto hutton huu huxeford huxford huxley huxly huy huyana huyen huynh


First Names which starts with 'h' and ends with 'a':

habiba hadara hadiya hadya haifa hajna hakidonmuya hakizimana haleema halfrida halfryta halia haligwiella halima hallfrita halona hameeda hamia hamza hana haneefa hania hanifa hanna hannela hannelora hanrietta harelea harimanna harimilla harmonia harrietta hartma hasana hasina hasna havanna hawa haya he-lush-ka hecuba hedda hedia hedyla heida hekuba helena helga helia helma helsa hemera hendrika henrietta henrika henriqua heortwiella hepsiba hera heretoga hermosa herta hertha hesperia hessa hestia hida hilaeira hilda hildemara hilma hippodamia hippolyta hisa hisolda hlinka hlisa hoa hola holda holea honbria honiahaka honora honoria honza hooda hooriya horia hortencia hosanna hosea hraefnscaga hrothbeorhta hrothberta hrothbertina hrothnerta hrypa hydra hygeia

English Words Rhyming HUDA


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

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

barracudanoun (n.) Alt. of Barracouata
 noun (n.) Any of several voracious pikelike marine fishes allied to the gray mullets, constituting the genus Sphyraena and family Sphyraenidae. The great barracuda (S. barracuda) of the West Indies, Florida, etc., is often six feet or more long, and as dangerous as a shark. In Cuba its flesh is reputed to be poisonous. S. Argentea of the Pacific coast and S. sphyraena of Europe are smaller species, and are used as food.

kudanoun (n.) The East Indian tapir. See Tapir.

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

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

hudnoun (n.) A huck or hull, as of a nut.

huddlingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Huddle

huddlenoun (n.) A crowd; a number of persons or things crowded together in a confused manner; tumult; confusion.
 verb (v. i.) To press together promiscuously, from confusion, apprehension, or the like; to crowd together confusedly; to press or hurry in disorder; to crowd.
 verb (v. t.) To crowd (things) together to mingle confusedly; to assemble without order or system.
 verb (v. t.) To do, make, or put, in haste or roughly; hence, to do imperfectly; -- usually with a following preposition or adverb; as, to huddle on; to huddle up; to huddle together.

huddlernoun (n.) One who huddles things together.

hudgenoun (n.) An iron bucket for hoisting coal or ore.

hudibrasticadjective (a.) Similar to, or in the style of, the poem "Hudibras," by Samuel Butler; in the style of doggerel verse.

hudsonianadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Hudson's Bay or to the Hudson River; as, the Hudsonian curlew.


English Words which starts with 'h' and ends with 'a':

haciendanoun (n.) A large estate where work of any kind is done, as agriculture, manufacturing, mining, or raising of animals; a cultivated farm, with a good house, in distinction from a farming establishment with rude huts for herdsmen, etc.; -- a word used in Spanish-American regions.

haematocryanoun (n. pl.) The cold-blooded vertebrates. Same as Hematocrya.

haematophlinanoun (n. pl.) A division of Cheiroptera, including the bloodsucking bats. See Vampire.

haematothermanoun (n. pl.) Same as Hematotherma.

haggadanoun (n.) A story, anecdote, or legend in the Talmud, to explain or illustrate the text of the Old Testament.

hagiographanoun (n. pl.) The last of the three Jewish divisions of the Old Testament, or that portion not contained in the Law and the Prophets. It comprises Psalms, Proverbs, Job, Canticles, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Esther, Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Chronicles.
 noun (n. pl.) The lives of the saints.

halachanoun (n.) The general term for the Hebrew oral or traditional law; one of two branches of exposition in the Midrash. See Midrash.

halesianoun (n.) A genus of American shrubs containing several species, called snowdrop trees, or silver-bell trees. They have showy, white flowers, drooping on slender pedicels.

halisaurianoun (n. pl.) The Enaliosauria.

halmanoun (n.) The long jump, with weights in the hands, -- the most important of the exercises of the Pentathlon.
 noun (n.) A game played on a board having 256 squares, by two persons with 19 men each, or by four with 13 men each, starting from different corners and striving to place each his own set of men in a corresponding position in the opposite corner by moving them or by jumping them over those met in progress.

haminuranoun (n.) A large edible river fish (Erythrinus macrodon) of Guiana.

han sanoun (n.) See 2d Hanse.

harmonicanoun (n.) A musical instrument, consisting of a series of hemispherical glasses which, by touching the edges with the dampened finger, give forth the tones.
 noun (n.) A toy instrument of strips of glass or metal hung on two tapes, and struck with hammers.

harpanoun (n.) A genus of marine univalve shells; the harp shells; -- so called from the form of the shells, and their ornamental ribs.

hatterianoun (n.) A New Zealand lizard, which, in anatomical character, differs widely from all other existing lizards. It is the only living representative of the order Rhynchocephala, of which many Mesozoic fossil species are known; -- called also Sphenodon, and Tuatera.

haustellatanoun (n. pl.) An artificial division of insects, including all those with a sucking proboscis.

havananoun (n.) An Havana cigar.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Havana, the capital of the island of Cuba; as, an Havana cigar

heartpeanoun (n.) Same as Heartseed.

hegiranoun (n.) The flight of Mohammed from Mecca, September 13, A. D. 622 (subsequently established as the first year of the Moslem era); hence, any flight or exodus regarded as like that of Mohammed.

hejiranoun (n.) See Hegira.

helenanoun (n.) See St. Elmo's fire, under Saint.

helianthoideanoun (n. pl.) An order of Anthozoa; the Actinaria.

heliconianoun (n.) One of numerous species of Heliconius, a genus of tropical American butterflies. The wings are usually black, marked with green, crimson, and white.

helicotremanoun (n.) The opening by which the two scalae communicate at the top of the cochlea of the ear.

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

heliozoanoun (n. pl.) An order of fresh-water rhizopods having a more or less globular form, with slender radiating pseudopodia; the sun animalcule.

hematocryanoun (n. pl.) The cold-blooded vertebrates, that is, all but the mammals and birds; -- the antithesis to Hematotherma.

hematomanoun (n.) A circumscribed swelling produced by an effusion of blood beneath the skin.

hematophilianoun (n.) A condition characterized by a tendency to profuse and uncontrollable hemorrhage from the slightest wounds.

hematothermanoun (n. pl.) The warm-blooded vertebrates, comprising the mammals and birds; -- the antithesis to hematocrya.

hematurianoun (n.) Passage of urine mingled with blood.

hemeralopianoun (n.) A disease of the eyes, in consequence of which a person can see clearly or without pain only by daylight or a strong artificial light; day sight.

hemianaesthesianoun (n.) Anaesthesia upon one side of the body.

hemicardianoun (n.) A lateral half of the heart, either the right or left.

hemicranianoun (n.) A pain that affects only one side of the head.

hemimetabolanoun (n. pl.) Those insects which have an incomplete metamorphosis.

heminanoun (n.) A measure of half a sextary.
 noun (n.) A measure equal to about ten fluid ounces.

hemiopianoun (n.) Alt. of Hemiopsia

hemiopsianoun (n.) A defect of vision in consequence of which a person sees but half of an object looked at.

hemiplegianoun (n.) A palsy that affects one side only of the body.

hemipteranoun (n. pl.) An order of hexapod insects having a jointed proboscis, including four sharp stylets (mandibles and maxillae), for piercing. In many of the species (Heteroptera) the front wings are partially coriaceous, and different from the others.

hemophilianoun (n.) See Hematophilia.

hennanoun (n.) A thorny tree or shrub of the genus Lawsonia (L. alba). The fragrant white blossoms are used by the Buddhists in religious ceremonies. The powdered leaves furnish a red coloring matter used in the East to stain the hails and fingers, the manes of horses, etc.
 noun (n.) The leaves of the henna plant, or a preparation or dyestuff made from them.

hepaticanoun (n.) A genus of pretty spring flowers closely related to Anemone; squirrel cup.
 noun (n.) Any plant, usually procumbent and mosslike, of the cryptogamous class Hepaticae; -- called also scale moss and liverwort. See Hepaticae, in the Supplement.

heptagynianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean order of plants having seven pistils.

heptandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants having seven stamens.

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.

hermanoun (n.) See Hermes, 2.

hernianoun (n.) A protrusion, consisting of an organ or part which has escaped from its natural cavity, and projects through some natural or accidental opening in the walls of the latter; as, hernia of the brain, of the lung, or of the bowels. Hernia of the abdominal viscera in most common. Called also rupture.

heteroceranoun (n. pl.) A division of Lepidoptera, including the moths, and hawk moths, which have the antennae variable in form.

heteromeranoun (n. pl.) A division of Coleoptera, having heteromerous tarsi.

heteromyarianoun (n. pl.) A division of bivalve shells, including the marine mussels, in which the two adductor muscles are very unequal. See Dreissena, and Illust. under Byssus.

heteropodanoun (n. pl.) An order of pelagic Gastropoda, having the foot developed into a median fin. Some of the species are naked; others, as Carinaria and Atlanta, have thin glassy shells.

heteropteranoun (n. pl.) A suborder of Hemiptera, in which the base of the anterior wings is thickened. See Hemiptera.

heterotrichanoun (n. pl.) A division of ciliated Infusoria, having fine cilia all over the body, and a circle of larger ones around the anterior end.

hexactinianoun (n. pl.) The Anthozoa.

hexagynianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean order of plants having six pistils.

hexandrianoun (n. pl.) A Linnaean class of plants having six stamens.

hexapodanoun (n. pl.) The true, or six-legged, insects; insects other than myriapods and arachnids.

hierapicranoun (n.) A warming cathartic medicine, made of aloes and canella bark.

hierothecanoun (n.) A receptacle for sacred objects.

hijeranoun (n.) Alt. of Hijra

hijranoun (n.) See Hegira.

hippanoun (n.) Alt. of Hippe

hippoboscanoun (n.) A genus of dipterous insects including the horsefly or horse tick.

hirudineanoun (n. pl.) An order of Annelida, including the leeches; -- called also Hirudinei.

holloanoun (n. & v. i.) Same as Hollo.

holmianoun (n.) An oxide of holmium.

holometabolanoun (n. pl.) Those insects which have a complete metamorphosis; metabola.

holostomatanoun (n. pl.) An artificial division of gastropods, including those that have an entire aperture.

holostracanoun (n. pl.) A division of phyllopod Crustacea, including those that are entirely covered by a bivalve shell.

holothurioideanoun (n. pl.) One of the classes of echinoderms.

holotrichanoun (n. pl.) A group of ciliated Infusoria, having cilia all over the body.

homoeomerianoun (n.) The state or quality of being homogeneous in elements or first principles; likeness or identity of parts.

homologoumenanoun (n. pl.) Those books of the New Testament which were acknowledged as canonical by the early church; -- distinguished from antilegomena.

homopteranoun (n. pl.) A suborder of Hemiptera, in which both pairs of wings are similar in texture, and do not overlap when folded, as in the cicada. See Hemiptera.

homotaxianoun (n.) Same as Homotaxis.

hosannanoun (n.) A Hebrew exclamation of praise to the Lord, or an invocation of blessings.

huzzanoun (n.) A shout of huzza; a cheer; a hurrah.
 verb (v. i.) To shout huzza; to cheer.
 verb (v. t.) To receive or attend with huzzas.
  (interj.) A word used as a shout of joy, exultation, approbation, or encouragement.

hyaenanoun (n.) Same as Hyena.

hyaleanoun (n.) A pteroid of the genus Cavolina. See Pteropoda, and Illustration in Appendix.

hyalonemanoun (n.) A genus of hexactinelline sponges, having a long stem composed of very long, slender, transparent, siliceous fibres twisted together like the strands of a color. The stem of the Japanese species (H. Sieboldii), called glass-rope, has long been in use as an ornament. See Glass-rope.

hyalospongianoun (n. pl.) An order of vitreous sponges, having glassy six-rayed, siliceous spicules; -- called also Hexactinellinae.

hydranoun (n.) A serpent or monster in the lake or marsh of Lerna, in the Peloponnesus, represented as having many heads, one of which, when cut off, was immediately succeeded by two others, unless the wound was cauterized. It was slain by Hercules. Hence, a terrible monster.
 noun (n.) Hence: A multifarious evil, or an evil having many sources; not to be overcome by a single effort.
 noun (n.) Any small fresh-water hydroid of the genus Hydra, usually found attached to sticks, stones, etc., by a basal sucker.
 noun (n.) A southern constellation of great length lying southerly from Cancer, Leo, and Virgo.

hydraemianoun (n.) An abnormally watery state of the blood; anaemia.

hydrangeanoun (n.) A genus of shrubby plants bearing opposite leaves and large heads of showy flowers, white, or of various colors. H. hortensis, the common garden species, is a native of China or Japan.

hydrianoun (n.) A water jar; esp., one with a large rounded body, a small neck, and three handles. Some of the most beautiful Greek vases are of this form.

hydrinanoun (n. pl.) The group of hydroids to which the fresh-water hydras belong.

hydrobranchiatanoun (n. pl.) An extensive artificial division of gastropod mollusks, including those that breathe by gills, as contrasted with the Pulmonifera.

hydrocorallianoun (n. pl.) A division of Hydroidea, including those genera that secrete a stony coral, as Millepora and Stylaster. Two forms of zooids in life project from small pores in the coral and resemble those of other hydroids. See Millepora.

hydroideanoun (n. pl.) An extensive order of Hydrozoa or Acalephae.

hydromedusanoun (n.) Any medusa or jellyfish which is produced by budding from a hydroid. They are called also Craspedota, and naked-eyed medusae.

hydromicanoun (n.) A variety of potash mica containing water. It is less elastic than ordinary muscovite.

hydrophobianoun (n.) An abnormal dread of water, said to be a symptom of canine madness; hence:
 noun (n.) The disease caused by a bite form, or inoculation with the saliva of, a rabid creature, of which the chief symptoms are, a sense of dryness and construction in the throat, causing difficulty in deglutition, and a marked heightening of reflex excitability, producing convulsions whenever the patient attempts to swallow, or is disturbed in any way, as by the sight or sound of water; rabies; canine madness.

hydrophoranoun (n. pl.) The Hydroidea.

hydrorhizanoun (n.) The rootstock or decumbent stem by which a hydroid is attached to other objects. See Illust. under Hydroidea.

hydrosomanoun (n.) All the zooids of a hydroid colony collectively, including the nutritive and reproductive zooids, and often other kinds.

hydrothecanoun (n.) One of the calicles which, in some Hydroidea (Thecaphora), protect the hydrants. See Illust. of Hydroidea, and Campanularian.

hydrozoanoun (n. pl.) The Acalephae; one of the classes of coelenterates, including the Hydroidea, Discophora, and Siphonophora.
  (pl. ) of Hydrozoon

hyenanoun (n.) Any carnivorous mammal of the family Hyaenidae, of which three living species are known. They are large and strong, but cowardly. They feed chiefly on carrion, and are nocturnal in their habits.