Name Report For First Name ISAM:

ISAM

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

Rhymes with ISAM - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming ISAM

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES İSAM AS A WHOLE:

elisamarie

NAMES RHYMING WITH İSAM (According to last letters):

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

bassam esam husam issam essam

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 haytham hisham humam tamam bertram gwynham bram nizam bartram brigham william uilleam priam abraham ram shyam adinam chilam mariam maryam miriam myriam abiram abracham abram adam addam amram aram avraham barram barthram beckham beorhthram beornham brigbam briggebam caddaham cam cunningham dunham elam ephram fitzadam graham gram grisham isenham jonam joram jotham kam liam lyam maeadam odam oram orham pratham segenam windham wyndham yerucham zemariam venjam gersham aviram amikam macadam wickam isham hallam gresham grantham graeham farnham chatham

NAMES RHYMING WITH İSAM (According to first letters):

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

isa isaac isaakios isabeau isabel isabela isabell isabella isabelle isadora isadore isadorer isadoro isaiah isaias isana isane isaura isaure

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

isdemus isdernus iseabail iseabal isen isha ishani ishanvi ishaq ishmael isi isiah isibeal isidora isidore isidoro isidro isis iskinder isleen islene isma'il ismael ismene ismini ismitta isobail isobel isold isolda isolde isole isoud isoude isra'il israel isreal issa issiah istaqa istas istu istvan

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH İSAM:

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

iaokim ibrahim ioakim irm iverem

English Words Rhyming ISAM

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES İSAM AS A WHOLE:

grisambernoun (n.) Ambergris.

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


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


balsamnoun (n.) A resin containing more or less of an essential or volatile oil.
 noun (n.) A species of tree (Abies balsamea).
 noun (n.) An annual garden plant (Impatiens balsamina) with beautiful flowers; balsamine.
 noun (n.) Anything that heals, soothes, or restores.
 verb (v. t.) To treat or anoint with balsam; to relieve, as with balsam; to render balsamic.

flotsamnoun (n.) Alt. of Flotson

jetsamnoun (n.) Alt. of Jetson

ligsamnoun (n.) Same as Ligan.

opobalsamnoun (n.) Alt. of Opobalsamum

samadjective (a.) Together.

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


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


isabellineadjective (a.) Of an isabel or isabella color.

isagelousadjective (a.) Containing the same information; as, isagelous sentences.

isagelnoun (n.) One of two or more objects containing the same information.

isagogenoun (n.) An introduction.

isagogicadjective (a.) Alt. of Isagogical

isagogicaladjective (a.) Introductory; especially, introductory to the study of theology.

isagogicsnoun (n.) That part of theological science directly preliminary to actual exegesis, or interpretation of the Scriptures.

isagonadjective (a.) A figure or polygon whose angles are equal.

isapostolicadjective (a.) Having equal, or almost equal, authority with the apostles of their teachings.

isaticadjective (a.) Alt. of Isatinic

isatinicadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, isatin; as, isatic acid, which is also called trioxindol.

isatidenoun (n.) A white crystalline substance obtained by the partial reduction of isatin.

isatinnoun (n.) An orange-red crystalline substance, C8H5NO2, obtained by the oxidation of indigo blue. It is also produced from certain derivatives of benzoic acid, and is one important source of artificial indigo.

isatisnoun (n.) A genus of herbs, some species of which, especially the Isatis tinctoria, yield a blue dye similar to indigo; woad.

isatogennoun (n.) A complex nitrogenous radical, C8H4NO2, regarded as the essential residue of a series of compounds, related to isatin, which easily pass by reduction to indigo blue.

isatropicadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained from atropine, and isomeric with cinnamic acid.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH İSAM:

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

ichthyopterygiumnoun (n.) The typical limb, or lateral fin, of fishes.

iconismnoun (n.) The formation of a figure, representation, or semblance; a delineation or description.

iconoclasmnoun (n.) The doctrine or practice of the iconoclasts; image breaking.

idealismnoun (n.) The quality or state of being ideal.
 noun (n.) Conception of the ideal; imagery.
 noun (n.) The system or theory that denies the existence of material bodies, and teaches that we have no rational grounds to believe in the reality of anything but ideas and their relations.
 noun (n.) The practice or habit of giving or attributing ideal form or character to things; treatment of things in art or literature according to ideal standards or patterns; -- opposed to realism.

identismnoun (n.) The doctrine taught by Schelling, that matter and mind, and subject and object, are identical in the Absolute; -- called also the system / doctrine of identity.

ideogramnoun (n.) An original, pictorial element of writing; a kind of hieroglyph expressing no sound, but only an idea.
 noun (n.) A symbol used for convenience, or for abbreviation; as, 1, 2, 3, +, -, /, $, /, etc.
 noun (n.) A phonetic symbol; a letter.

idiomnoun (n.) The syntactical or structural form peculiar to any language; the genius or cast of a language.
 noun (n.) An expression conforming or appropriate to the peculiar structural form of a language; in extend use, an expression sanctioned by usage, having a sense peculiar to itself and not agreeing with the logical sense of its structural form; also, the phrase forms peculiar to a particular author.
 noun (n.) Dialect; a variant form of a language.

idioplasmnoun (n.) Same as Idioplasma.

idiotismnoun (n.) An idiom; a form, mode of expression, or signification, peculiar to a language.
 noun (n.) Lack of knowledge or mental capacity; idiocy; foolishness.

idolismnoun (n.) The worship of idols.

ignorantismnoun (n.) The spirit of those who extol the advantage to ignorance; obscuriantism.

ihramnoun (n.) The peculiar dress worn by pilgrims to Mecca.

ileumnoun (n.) The last, and usually the longest, division of the small intestine; the part between the jejunum and large intestine.
 noun (n.) See Ilium.

iliumnoun (n.) The dorsal one of the three principal bones comprising either lateral half of the pelvis; the dorsal or upper part of the hip bone. See Innominate bone, under Innominate.

illiberalismnoun (n.) Illiberality.

illiciumnoun (n.) A genus of Asiatic and American magnoliaceous trees, having star-shaped fruit; star anise. The fruit of Illicium anisatum is used as a spice in India, and its oil is largely used in Europe for flavoring cordials, being almost identical with true oil of anise.

illuminatismnoun (n.) Illuminism.

illuminismnoun (n.) The principles of the Illuminati.

ilmeniumnoun (n.) A supposed element claimed to have been discovered by R.Harmann.

imaginationalismnoun (n.) Idealism.

imamnoun (n.) Alt. of Imaum

imaumnoun (n.) Among the Mohammedans, a minister or priest who performs the regular service of the mosque.
 noun (n.) A Mohammedan prince who, as a successor of Mohammed, unites in his person supreme spiritual and temporal power.

immaterialismnoun (n.) The doctrine that immaterial substances or spiritual being exist, or are possible.
 noun (n.) The doctrine that external bodies may be reduced to mind and ideas in a mind; any doctrine opposed to materialism or phenomenalism, esp. a system that maintains the immateriality of the soul; idealism; esp., Bishop Berkeley's theory of idealism.

immedeatismnoun (n.) Immediateness.

imperialismnoun (n.) The power or character of an emperor; imperial authority; the spirit of empire.
 noun (n.) The policy, practice, or advocacy of seeking, or acquiescing in, the extension of the control, dominion, or empire of a nation, as by the acquirement of new, esp. distant, territory or dependencies, or by the closer union of parts more or less independent of each other for operations of war, copyright, internal commerce, etc.

impluviumnoun (n.) In Roman dwellings, a cistern or tank, set in the atrium or peristyle to recieve the water from the roof, by means of the compluvium; generally made ornamental with flowers and works of art around its birm.

impressionismnoun (n.) The theory or method of suggesting an effect or impression without elaboration of the details; -- a disignation of a recent fashion in painting and etching.

incendiarismnoun (n.) The act or practice of maliciously setting fires; arson.

incertumadjective (a.) Doubtful; not of definite form.

inchwormnoun (n.) The larva of any geometrid moth. See Geometrid.

incivismnoun (n.) Want of civism; want of patriotism or love to one's country; unfriendliness to one's state or government.

inconformadjective (a.) Unconformable.

incorporealismnoun (n.) Existence without a body or material form; immateriality.

incunabulumnoun (n.) A work of art or of human industry, of an early epoch; especially, a book printed before a. d. 1500.

indecorumnoun (n.) Want of decorum; impropriety of behavior; that in behavior or manners which violates the established rules of civility, custom, or etiquette; indecorousness.
 noun (n.) An indecorous or becoming action.

independentismnoun (n.) Independency; the church system of Independents.

indifferentismnoun (n.) State of indifference; want of interest or earnestness; especially, a systematic apathy regarding what is true or false in religion or philosophy; agnosticism.
 noun (n.) Same as Identism.
 noun (n.) A heresy consisting in an unconcern for any particular creed, provided the morals be right and good.

indiumnoun (n.) A rare metallic element, discovered in certain ores of zinc, by means of its characteristic spectrum of two indigo blue lines; hence, its name. In appearance it resembles zinc, being white or lead gray, soft, malleable and easily fusible, but in its chemical relation it resembles aluminium or gallium. Symbol In. Atomic weight, 113.4.

individualismnoun (n.) The quality of being individual; individuality; personality.
 noun (n.) An excessive or exclusive regard to one's personal interest; self-interest; selfishness.
 noun (n.) The principle, policy, or practice of maintaining individuality, or independence of the individual, in action; the theory or practice of maintaining the independence of individual initiative, action, and interests, as in industrial organization or in government.

inductoriumnoun (n.) An induction coil.

indusiumnoun (n.) A collection of hairs united so as to form a sort of cup, and inclosing the stigma of a flower.
 noun (n.) The immediate covering of the fruit dots or sori in many ferns, usually a very thin scale attached by the middle or side to a veinlet.
 noun (n.) A peculiar covering found in certain fungi.

industrialismnoun (n.) Devotion to industrial pursuits; labor; industry.
 noun (n.) The principles or policy applicable to industrial pursuits or organized labor.

inermadjective (a.) Alt. of Inermous

infirmadjective (a.) Not firm or sound; weak; feeble; as, an infirm body; an infirm constitution.
 adjective (a.) Weak of mind or will; irresolute; vacillating.
 adjective (a.) Not solid or stable; insecure; precarious.
 verb (v. t.) To weaken; to enfeeble.

informadjective (a.) Without regular form; shapeless; ugly; deformed.
 verb (v. t.) To give form or share to; to give vital ororganizing power to; to give life to; to imbue and actuate with vitality; to animate; to mold; to figure; to fashion.
 verb (v. t.) To communicate knowledge to; to make known to; to acquaint; to advise; to instruct; to tell; to notify; to enlighten; -- usually followed by of.
 verb (v. t.) To communicate a knowledge of facts to,by way of accusation; to warn against anybody.
 verb (v. t.) To take form; to become visible or manifest; to appear.
 verb (v. t.) To give intelligence or information; to tell.

infralapsarianismnoun (n.) The doctrine, belief, or principles of the Infralapsarians.

infundibuliformadjective (a.) Having the form of a funnel or cone; funnel-shaped.
 adjective (a.) Same as Funnelform.

infundibulumnoun (n.) A funnel-shaped or dilated organ or part; as, the infundibulum of the brain, a hollow, conical process, connecting the floor of the third ventricle with the pituitary body; the infundibula of the lungs, the enlarged terminations of the bronchial tubes.
 noun (n.) A central cavity in the Ctenophora, into which the gastric sac leads.
 noun (n.) The siphon of Cephalopoda. See Cephalopoda.

infusionismnoun (n.) The doctrine that the soul is preexistent to the body, and is infused into it at conception or birth; -- opposed to tradicianism and creationism.

inkhornismnoun (n.) Pedantry.

intellectualismnoun (n.) Intellectual power; intellectuality.
 noun (n.) The doctrine that knowledge is derived from pure reason.

interambulacrumnoun (n.) In echinoderms, one of the areas or zones intervening between two ambulacra. See Illust. of Ambulacrum.

intercentrumnoun (n.) The median of the three elements composing the centra of the vertebrae in some fossil batrachians.

interimnoun (n.) The meantime; time intervening; interval between events, etc.
 noun (n.) A name given to each of three compromises made by the emperor Charles V. of Germany for the sake of harmonizing the connecting opinions of Protestants and Catholics.

intermediumnoun (n.) Intermediate space.
 noun (n.) An intervening agent or instrument.
 noun (n.) The bone or cartilage between the radiale and ulnare in the carpus, and between the tibiale and fibulare in the tarsus. It corresponds to the lunar in the carpus, and to a part of the astragalus in the tarsus of man and most mammals.

internationalismnoun (n.) The state or principles of international interests and intercourse.
 noun (n.) The doctrines or organization of the International.

interoperculumnoun (n.) The postero-inferior opercular bone, in fishes.

interregnumnoun (n.) The time during which a throne is vacant between the death or abdication of a sovereign and the accession of his successor.
 noun (n.) Any period during which, for any cause, the executive branch of a government is suspended or interrupted.

intervallumnoun (n.) An interval.

intuitionalismnoun (n.) The doctrine that the perception or recognition of primary truth is intuitive, or direct and immediate; -- opposed to sensationalism, and experientialism.

intuitionismnoun (n.) Same as Intuitionalism.

intuitivismnoun (n.) The doctrine that the ideas of right and wrong are intuitive.

invalidismnoun (n.) The condition of an invalid; sickness; infirmity.

involucellumnoun (n.) See Involucel.

involucrumnoun (n.) See Involucre.
 noun (n.) A sheath which surrounds the base of the lasso cells in the Siphonophora.

iodismnoun (n.) A morbid state produced by the use of iodine and its compounds, and characterized by palpitation, depression, and general emaciation, with a pustular eruption upon the skin.

iodoformnoun (n.) A yellow, crystalline, volatile substance, CI3H, having an offensive odor and sweetish taste, and analogous to chloroform. It is used in medicine as a healing and antiseptic dressing for wounds and sores.

ionidiumnoun (n.) A genus of violaceous plants, chiefly found in tropical America, some species of which are used as substitutes for ipecacuanha.

iotacismnoun (n.) The frequent use of the sound of iota (that of English e in be), as among the modern Greeks; also, confusion from sounding /, /, /, /, //, etc., like /.

iricismnoun (n.) Irishism.

iridiumnoun (n.) A rare metallic element, of the same group as platinum, which it much resembles, being silver-white, but harder, and brittle, and indifferent to most corrosive agents. With the exception of osmium, it is the heaviest substance known, its specific gravity being 22.4. Symbol Ir. Atomic weight 192.5.

iridosmiumnoun (n.) The native compound of iridium and osmium. It is found in flattened metallic grains of extreme hardness, and is often used for pointing gold pens.

irishismnoun (n.) A mode of speaking peculiar to the Irish; an Hibernicism.

ischiumnoun (n.) The ventral and posterior of the three principal bones composing either half of the pelvis; seat bone; the huckle bone.
 noun (n.) One of the pleurae of insects.

islamnoun (n.) The religion of the Mohammedans; Mohammedanism; Islamism. Their formula of faith is: There is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is his prophet.
 noun (n.) The whole body of Mohammedans, or the countries which they occupy.

islamismnoun (n.) The faith, doctrines, or religious system of the Mohammedans; Mohammedanism; Islam.

ismnoun (n.) A doctrine or theory; especially, a wild or visionary theory.

isobathythermnoun (n.) A line connecting the points on the surface of the earth where a certain temperature is found at the same depth.

isocephalismnoun (n.) A peculiarity in the design of bas-relief by which the heads of human figures are kept at the same height from the ground, whether the personages are seated, standing, or mounted on horseback; -- called also isokephaleia.

isochasmnoun (n.) A line connecting places on the earth's surface at which there is the same mean frequency of auroras.

isocheimnoun (n.) A line connecting places on the earth having the same mean winter temperature. Cf. Isothere.

isochronismnoun (n.) The state or quality of being isochronous.

isodimorphismnoun (n.) Isomorphism between the two forms severally of two dimorphous substances.

isogeothermnoun (n.) A line or curved surface passing beneath the earth's surface through points having the same mean temperature.

isogonismnoun (n.) The quality of having similar sexual zooids or gonophores and dissimilar hydrants; -- said of certain hydroids.

isomerismnoun (n.) The state, quality, or relation, of two or more isomeric substances.

isomeromorphismnoun (n.) Isomorphism between substances that are isomeric.

isomorphismnoun (n.) A similarity of crystalline form between substances of similar composition, as between the sulphates of barium (BaSO4) and strontium (SrSO4). It is sometimes extended to include similarity of form between substances of unlike composition, which is more properly called homoeomorphism.

isopodiformadjective (a.) Having the shape of an isopod; -- said of the larvae of certain insects.

isothermnoun (n.) A line connecting or marking points on the earth's surface having the same temperature. This may be the temperature for a given time of observation, or the mean temperature for a year or other period. Also, a similar line based on the distribution of temperature in the ocean.

isotrimorphismnoun (n.) Isomorphism between the three forms, severally, of two trimorphous substances.

isotropismnoun (n.) Isotropy.

itacismnoun (n.) Pronunciation of / (eta) as the modern Greeks pronounce it, that is, like e in the English word be. This was the pronunciation advocated by Reu/hlin and his followers, in opposition to the etacism of Erasmus. See Etacism.

italianismnoun (n.) A word, phrase, or idiom, peculiar to the Italians; an Italicism.
 noun (n.) Attachment to, or sympathy for, Italy.

italicismnoun (n.) A phrase or idiom peculiar to the Italian language; to Italianism.
 noun (n.) The use of Italics.

itemnoun (n.) An article; a separate particular in an account; as, the items in a bill.
 noun (n.) A hint; an innuendo.
 noun (n.) A short article in a newspaper; a paragraph; as, an item concerning the weather.
 adverb (adv.) Also; as an additional article.
 verb (v. t.) To make a note or memorandum of.

ittriumnoun (n.) See Yttrium.

izedismnoun (n.) The religion of the Izedis.

ibsenismnoun (n.) The dramatic practice or purpose characteristic of the writings of Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906), Norwegian poet and dramatist, whose best-known plays deal with conventional hypocrisies, the story in each play thus developing a definite moral problem.

idolumnoun (n.) Alt. of Idolon