Name Report For First Name SAA:


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

Rhymes with SAA - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming SAA


saad saarah isaac isaakios saada saadya

NAMES RHYMING WITH SAA (According to last letters):

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

nausicaa bhadraa gumaa najlaa rainaa sanaa songaa

NAMES RHYMING WITH SAA (According to first letters):

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

sa'eed sa'id saba sabah sabana sabeeh sabeer saber sabih sabina sabino sabir sabirah sabiya sabola sabra sabria sabrina saburo sachi sachiko sachin sachio sacripant sadaka sadaqat sadbh sadeek sadek sadhbba sadhbh sadie sadiki sadio sadiq sadira sadler sae saebeorht saebroc saeger saelac saelig saewald saeweard safa saffi saffire safford safia safin safiwah safiy safiya safiyeh safiyyah safwan sagar sage saghir sagira sagirah sagramour sagremor sahak sahale sahar sahara sahir sahkyo sahlah sahran saida saidah saidie saige saihah saina sajid sakari sakeena sakeri sakhmet sakima sakinah sakr sakra sakujna sakura sal salah salali salama salamon salbatora salbatore saleem saleema saleh salem


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

salma saloma salvadora salvatora salwa samantha samara sameeha sameera samira samoanna samuela samuka samvarta sancha sancia sanda sandhya sandra sanjna sanora sanura sanya sapphira sara sarama sarika sarina sarisha sarita sasa sasha saskia sativola saturnina sauda saumya saura savanna savarna saxona saxonia sayda sbtinka scadwiella scota scotia scowyrhta scylla seafra seaghda seana seanna sebastiana seda seentahna segunda seina sela selena seleta selima selina selma semira senalda senona senora senta seorsa serafina seraphina serefina serena serenata serhilda serihilda serilda setanta settarra sha-mia shabaka shada shadha shadia shaela shahana shaibya shaina shakira shamika shamra shania shanika shanna shanta shapa sharada sharama sharanya

English Words Rhyming SAA


kursaalnoun (n.) A public hall or room, for the use of visitors at watering places and health resorts in Germany.

saadhnoun (n.) See Sadh.

saannoun (n. pl.) Same as Bushmen.

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

Rhyming Words According to Last 2 Letters (aa) - English Words That Ends with aa:

baanoun (n.) The cry or bleating of a sheep; a bleat.
 verb (v. i.) To cry baa, or bleat as a sheep.

cholaemaanoun (n.) A disease characterized by severe nervous symptoms, dependent upon the presence of the constituents of the bile in the blood.

koolslaanoun (n.) See Coleslaw.

maanoun (n.) The common European gull (Larus canus); -- called also mar. See New, a gull.

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

Rhyming Words According to First 2 Letters (sa) - Words That Begins with sa:

sabadillanoun (n.) A Mexican liliaceous plant (Schoenocaulon officinale); also, its seeds, which contain the alkaloid veratrine. It was formerly used in medicine as an emetic and purgative.

sabaeannoun (a. & n.) Same as Sabian.

sabaeanismnoun (n.) Same as Sabianism.

sabaeismnoun (n.) Alt. of Sabaism

sabaismnoun (n.) See Sabianism.

sabalnoun (n.) A genus of palm trees including the palmetto of the Southern United States.

sabaothnoun (n. pl.) Armies; hosts.
 noun (n. pl.) Incorrectly, the Sabbath.

sabbatnoun (n.) In mediaeval demonology, the nocturnal assembly in which demons and sorcerers were thought to celebrate their orgies.

sabbatariannoun (n.) One who regards and keeps the seventh day of the week as holy, agreeably to the letter of the fourth commandment in the Decalogue.
 noun (n.) A strict observer of the Sabbath.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Sabbath, or the tenets of Sabbatarians.

sabbatarianismnoun (n.) The tenets of Sabbatarians.

sabbathnoun (n.) A season or day of rest; one day in seven appointed for rest or worship, the observance of which was enjoined upon the Jews in the Decalogue, and has been continued by the Christian church with a transference of the day observed from the last to the first day of the week, which is called also Lord's Day.
 noun (n.) The seventh year, observed among the Israelites as one of rest and festival.
 noun (n.) Fig.: A time of rest or repose; intermission of pain, effort, sorrow, or the like.

sabbathlessadjective (a.) Without Sabbath, or intermission of labor; hence, without respite or rest.

sabbaticadjective (a.) Alt. of Sabbatical

sabbaticaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Sabbath; resembling the Sabbath; enjoying or bringing an intermission of labor.

sabbatismnoun (n.) Intermission of labor, as upon the Sabbath; rest.

sabbatonnoun (n.) A round-toed, armed covering for the feet, worn during a part of the sixteenth century in both military and civil dress.

sabeannoun (a. & n.) Same as Sabian.

sabeismnoun (n.) Same as Sabianism.

sabellanoun (n.) A genus of tubicolous annelids having a circle of plumose gills around the head.

sabelliannoun (n.) A follower of Sabellius, a presbyter of Ptolemais in the third century, who maintained that there is but one person in the Godhead, and that the Son and Holy Spirit are only different powers, operations, or offices of the one God the Father.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to the doctrines or tenets of Sabellius. See Sabellian, n.

sabellianismnoun (n.) The doctrines or tenets of Sabellius. See Sabellian, n.

sabelloidadjective (a.) Like, or related to, the genus Sabella.

sabernoun (n.) Alt. of Sabre
 verb (v. t.) Alt. of Sabre

sabrenoun (n.) A sword with a broad and heavy blade, thick at the back, and usually more or less curved like a scimiter; a cavalry sword.
 noun (n. & v.) See Saber.
 verb (v. t.) To strike, cut, or kill with a saber; to cut down, as with a saber.

saberingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Sabre

saberbillnoun (n.) Alt. of Sabrebill

sabrebillnoun (n.) The curlew.

sabiannoun (n.) An adherent of the Sabian religion; a worshiper of the heavenly bodies.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to Saba in Arabia, celebrated for producing aromatic plants.
 adjective (a.) Relating to the religion of Saba, or to the worship of the heavenly bodies.

sabianismnoun (n.) The doctrine of the Sabians; the Sabian religion; that species of idolatry which consists in worshiping the sun, moon, and stars; heliolatry.

sabicunoun (n.) The very hard wood of a leguminous West Indian tree (Lysiloma Sabicu), valued for shipbuilding.

sabinenoun (n.) One of the Sabine people.
 noun (n.) See Savin.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the ancient Sabines, a people of Italy.

sablenoun (n.) A carnivorous animal of the Weasel family (Mustela zibellina) native of the northern latitudes of Europe, Asia, and America, -- noted for its fine, soft, and valuable fur.
 noun (n.) The fur of the sable.
 noun (n.) A mourning garment; a funeral robe; -- generally in the plural.
 noun (n.) The tincture black; -- represented by vertical and horizontal lines crossing each other.
 adjective (a.) Of the color of the sable's fur; dark; black; -- used chiefly in poetry.
 verb (v. t.) To render sable or dark; to drape darkly or in black.

sablingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Sable

sabotnoun (n.) A kind of wooden shoe worn by the peasantry in France, Belgium, Sweden, and some other European countries.
 noun (n.) A thick, circular disk of wood, to which the cartridge bag and projectile are attached, in fixed ammunition for cannon; also, a piece of soft metal attached to a projectile to take the groove of the rifling.

sabotierenoun (n.) A kind of freezer for ices.

sabretaschenoun (n.) A leather case or pocket worn by cavalry at the left side, suspended from the sword belt.

sabuloseadjective (a.) Growing in sandy places.

sabulositynoun (n.) The quality of being sabulous; sandiness; grittiness.

sabulousadjective (a.) Sandy; gritty.

sacnoun (n.) See Sacs.
 noun (n.) The privilege formerly enjoyed by the lord of a manor, of holding courts, trying causes, and imposing fines.
 noun (n.) See 2d Sack.
 noun (n.) A cavity, bag, or receptacle, usually containing fluid, and either closed, or opening into another cavity to the exterior; a sack.

sacalaitnoun (n.) A kind of fresh-water bass; the crappie.

sacarnoun (n.) See Saker.

saccadenoun (n.) A sudden, violent check of a horse by drawing or twitching the reins on a sudden and with one pull.

saccateadjective (a.) Having the form of a sack or pouch; furnished with a sack or pouch, as a petal.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Saccata, a suborder of ctenophores having two pouches into which the long tentacles can be retracted.

saccharatenoun (n.) A salt of saccharic acid.
 noun (n.) In a wider sense, a compound of saccharose, or any similar carbohydrate, with such bases as the oxides of calcium, barium, or lead; a sucrate.

saccharicadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or obtained from, saccharine substances; specifically, designating an acid obtained, as a white amorphous gummy mass, by the oxidation of mannite, glucose, sucrose, etc.

sacchariferousadjective (a.) Producing sugar; as, sacchariferous canes.

saccharifyingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Saccharify

saccharillanoun (n.) A kind of muslin.

saccharimeternoun (n.) An instrument for ascertaining the quantity of saccharine matter in any solution, as the juice of a plant, or brewers' and distillers' worts.


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

saccoglossanoun (n. pl.) Same as Pellibranchiata.

saddanoun (n.) A work in the Persian tongue, being a summary of the Zend-Avesta, or sacred books.

saganoun (n.) A Scandinavian legend, or heroic or mythic tradition, among the Norsemen and kindred people; a northern European popular historical or religious tale of olden time.
  (pl. ) of Sagum

sagittanoun (n.) A small constellation north of Aquila; the Arrow.
 noun (n.) The keystone of an arch.
 noun (n.) The distance from a point in a curve to the chord; also, the versed sine of an arc; -- so called from its resemblance to an arrow resting on the bow and string.
 noun (n.) The larger of the two otoliths, or ear bones, found in most fishes.
 noun (n.) A genus of transparent, free-swimming marine worms having lateral and caudal fins, and capable of swimming rapidly. It is the type of the class Chaetognatha.

saiganoun (n.) An antelope (Saiga Tartarica) native of the plains of Siberia and Eastern Russia. The male has erect annulated horns, and tufts of long hair beneath the eyes and ears.

saivanoun (n.) One of an important religious sect in India which regards Siva with peculiar veneration.

salamandrinanoun (n.) A suborder of Urodela, comprising salamanders.

salamandroideanoun (n. pl.) A division of Amphibia including the Salamanders and allied groups; the Urodela.

salangananoun (n.) The salagane.

salinaadjective (a.) A salt marsh, or salt pond, inclosed from the sea.
 adjective (a.) Salt works.

salisburianoun (n.) The ginkgo tree (Ginkgo biloba, or Salisburia adiantifolia).

salivanoun (n.) The secretion from the salivary glands.

salpanoun (n.) A genus of transparent, tubular, free-swimming oceanic tunicates found abundantly in all the warmer latitudes. See Illustration in Appendix.

salsodanoun (n.) See Sal soda, under Sal.

salsolanoun (n.) A genus of plants including the glasswort. See Glasswort.

saltarellanoun (n.) See Saltarello.

saltatorianoun (n. pl.) A division of Orthoptera including grasshoppers, locusts, and crickets.

salvianoun (n.) A genus of plants including the sage. See Sage.

samaranoun (n.) A dry, indehiscent, usually one-seeded, winged fruit, as that of the ash, maple, and elm; a key or key fruit.

samarranoun (n.) See Simar.

sanganoun (n.) Alt. of Sangu

sanguinarianoun (n.) A genus of plants of the Poppy family.
 noun (n.) The rootstock of the bloodroot, used in medicine as an emetic, etc.

sanhitanoun (n.) A collection of vedic hymns, songs, or verses, forming the first part of each Veda.

sankhanoun (n.) A chank shell (Turbinella pyrum); also, a shell bracelet or necklace made in India from the chank shell.

sankhyanoun (n.) A Hindoo system of philosophy which refers all things to soul and a rootless germ called prakriti, consisting of three elements, goodness, passion, and darkness.

sapodillanoun (n.) A tall, evergeen, tropical American tree (Achras Sapota); also, its edible fruit, the sapodilla plum.

sapotanoun (n.) The sapodilla.

sappodillanoun (n.) See Sapodilla.

sapucaianoun (n.) A Brazilian tree. See Lecythis, and Monkey-pot.

sarcinanoun (n.) A genus of bacteria found in various organic fluids, especially in those those of the stomach, associated with certain diseases. The individual organisms undergo division along two perpendicular partitions, so that multiplication takes place in two directions, giving groups of four cubical cells. Also used adjectively; as, a sarcina micrococcus; a sarcina group.

sarcocollanoun (n.) A gum resin obtained from certain shrubs of Africa (Penaea), -- formerly thought to cause healing of wounds and ulcers.

sarcodermanoun (n.) A fleshy covering of a seed, lying between the external and internal integuments.
 noun (n.) A sarcocarp.

sarcolemmanoun (n.) The very thin transparent and apparently homogeneous sheath which incloses a striated muscular fiber; the myolemma.

sarcomanoun (n.) A tumor of fleshy consistence; -- formerly applied to many varieties of tumor, now restricted to a variety of malignant growth made up of cells resembling those of fetal development without any proper intercellular substance.

sarcophaganoun (n. pl.) A suborder of carnivorous and insectivorous marsupials including the dasyures and the opossums.
 noun (n.) A genus of Diptera, including the flesh flies.

sarracenianoun (n.) A genus of American perennial herbs growing in bogs; the American pitcher plant.

sarsanoun (n.) Sarsaparilla.

sarsaparillanoun (n.) Any plant of several tropical American species of Smilax.
 noun (n.) The bitter mucilaginous roots of such plants, used in medicine and in sirups for soda, etc.

sassararanoun (n.) A word used to emphasize a statement.

sassorollanoun (n.) The rock pigeon. See under Pigeon.

sastranoun (n.) Same as Shaster.

saturnalianoun (n. pl.) The festival of Saturn, celebrated in December, originally during one day, but afterward during seven days, as a period of unrestrained license and merriment for all classes, extending even to the slaves.
 noun (n. pl.) Hence: A period or occasion of general license, in which the passions or vices have riotous indulgence.

saurianoun (n. pl.) A division of Reptilia formerly established to include the Lacertilia, Crocodilia, Dinosauria, and other groups. By some writers the name is restricted to the Lacertilia.

saurobatrachianoun (n. pl.) The Urodela.

sauropodanoun (n. pl.) An extinct order of herbivorous dinosaurs having the feet of a saurian type, instead of birdlike, as they are in many dinosaurs. It includes the largest known land animals, belonging to Brontosaurus, Camarasaurus, and allied genera. See Illustration in Appendix.

sauropsidanoun (n. pl.) A comprehensive group of vertebrates, comprising the reptiles and birds.

sauropterygianoun (n. pl.) Same as Plesiosauria.

savanillanoun (n.) The tarpum.

savannanoun (n.) A tract of level land covered with the vegetable growth usually found in a damp soil and warm climate, -- as grass or reeds, -- but destitute of trees.

saxicavanoun (n.) Any species of marine bivalve shells of the genus Saxicava. Some of the species are noted for their power of boring holes in limestone and similar rocks.

saxifraganoun (n.) A genus of exogenous polypetalous plants, embracing about one hundred and eighty species. See Saxifrage.

scaglianoun (n.) A reddish variety of limestone.

scagliolanoun (n.) An imitation of any veined and ornamental stone, as marble, formed by a substratum of finely ground gypsum mixed with glue, the surface of which, while soft, is variegated with splinters of marble, spar, granite, etc., and subsequently colored and polished.

scalanoun (n.) A machine formerly employed for reducing dislocations of the humerus.
 noun (n.) A term applied to any one of the three canals of the cochlea.

scalarianoun (n.) Any one of numerous species of marine gastropods of the genus Scalaria, or family Scalaridae, having elongated spiral turreted shells, with rounded whorls, usually crossed by ribs or varices. The color is generally white or pale. Called also ladder shell, and wentletrap. See Ptenoglossa, and Wentletrap.

scaliolanoun (n.) Same as Scagliola.

scampavianoun (n.) A long, low war galley used by the Neapolitans and Sicilians in the early part of the nineteenth century.

scandianoun (n.) A chemical earth, the oxide of scandium.

scaphopdanoun (n. pl.) A class of marine cephalate Mollusca having a tubular shell open at both ends, a pointed or spadelike foot for burrowing, and many long, slender, prehensile oral tentacles. It includes Dentalium, or the tooth shells, and other similar shells. Called also Prosopocephala, and Solenoconcha.

scapulanoun (n.) The principal bone of the shoulder girdle in mammals; the shoulder blade.
 noun (n.) One of the plates from which the arms of a crinoid arise.

scarlatinanoun (n.) Scarlet fever.

scenanoun (n.) A scene in an opera.
 noun (n.) An accompanied dramatic recitative, interspersed with passages of melody, or followed by a full aria.

schemanoun (n.) An outline or image universally applicable to a general conception, under which it is likely to be presented to the mind; as, five dots in a line are a schema of the number five; a preceding and succeeding event are a schema of cause and effect.

schismanoun (n.) An interval equal to half a comma.

schizonemerteanoun (n. pl.) A group of nemerteans comprising those having a deep slit along each side of the head. See Illust. in Appendix.

schizopodanoun (n. pl.) A division of shrimplike Thoracostraca in which each of the thoracic legs has a long fringed upper branch (exopodite) for swimming.

scholianoun (n. pl.) See Scholium.
  (pl. ) of Scholium

sciaticanoun (n.) Neuralgia of the sciatic nerve, an affection characterized by paroxysmal attacks of pain in the buttock, back of the thigh, or in the leg or foot, following the course of the branches of the sciatic nerve. The name is also popularly applied to various painful affections of the hip and the parts adjoining it. See Ischiadic passion, under Ischiadic.

scincoideanoun (n. pl.) A tribe of lizards including the skinks. See Skink.

scintillanoun (n.) A spark; the least particle; an iota; a tittle.

sciuromorphanoun (n. pl.) A tribe of rodents containing the squirrels and allied animals, such as the gophers, woodchucks, beavers, and others.

scleremanoun (n.) Induration of the cellular tissue.

sclerenchymanoun (n.) Vegetable tissue composed of short cells with thickened or hardened walls, as in nutshells and the gritty parts of a pear. See Sclerotic.
 noun (n.) The hard calcareous deposit in the tissues of Anthozoa, constituting the stony corals.

sclerodermanoun (n.) A disease of adults, characterized by a diffuse rigidity and hardness of the skin.

sclerodermatanoun (n. pl.) The stony corals; the Madreporaria.

scleromanoun (n.) Induration of the tissues. See Sclerema, Scleroderma, and Sclerosis.

scolecidanoun (n. pl.) Same as Helminthes.

scolecomorphanoun (n. pl.) Same as Scolecida.

scolopendranoun (n.) A genus of venomous myriapods including the centipeds. See Centiped.
 noun (n.) A sea fish.

scopulanoun (n.) A peculiar brushlike organ found on the foot of spiders and used in the construction of the web.
 noun (n.) A special tuft of hairs on the leg of a bee.

scorianoun (n.) The recrement of metals in fusion, or the slag rejected after the reduction of metallic ores; dross.
 noun (n.) Cellular slaggy lava; volcanic cinders.

scorpiodeanoun (n. pl.) Same as Scorpiones.

scorpionideanoun (n. pl.) Same as Scorpiones.

scotianoun (n.) A concave molding used especially in classical architecture.
 noun (n.) Scotland

scotomanoun (n.) Scotomy.

scrobiculanoun (n.) One of the smooth areas surrounding the tubercles of a sea urchin.

scrofulanoun (n.) A constitutional disease, generally hereditary, especially manifested by chronic enlargement and cheesy degeneration of the lymphatic glands, particularly those of the neck, and marked by a tendency to the development of chronic intractable inflammations of the skin, mucous membrane, bones, joints, and other parts, and by a diminution in the power of resistance to disease or injury and the capacity for recovery. Scrofula is now generally held to be tuberculous in character, and may develop into general or local tuberculosis (consumption).

scrophularianoun (n.) A genus of coarse herbs having small flowers in panicled cymes; figwort.

scutanoun (n. pl.) See Scutum.
  (pl. ) of Scutum

scutellanoun (n. pl.) See Scutellum.
 noun (n.) See Scutellum, n., 2.
  (pl. ) of Scutellum

scutibranchianoun (n. pl.) Same as Scutibranchiata.

scutibranchiatanoun (n. pl.) An order of gastropod Mollusca having a heart with two auricles and one ventricle. The shell may be either spiral or shieldlike.

scybalanoun (n. pl.) Hardened masses of feces.

scyllanoun (n.) A dangerous rock on the Italian coast opposite the whirpool Charybdis on the coast of Sicily, -- both personified in classical literature as ravenous monsters. The passage between them was formerly considered perilous; hence, the saying "Between Scylla and Charybdis," signifying a great peril on either hand.

scyllaeanoun (n.) A genus of oceanic nudibranchiate mollusks having the small branched gills situated on the upper side of four fleshy lateral lobes, and on the median caudal crest.

scyphanoun (n.) See Scyphus, 2 (b).

scyphistomanoun (n.) The young attached larva of Discophora in the stage when it resembles a hydroid, or actinian.

scytodermatanoun (n. pl.) Same as Holothurioidea.

seanoun (n.) One of the larger bodies of salt water, less than an ocean, found on the earth's surface; a body of salt water of second rank, generally forming part of, or connecting with, an ocean or a larger sea; as, the Mediterranean Sea; the Sea of Marmora; the North Sea; the Carribean Sea.
 noun (n.) An inland body of water, esp. if large or if salt or brackish; as, the Caspian Sea; the Sea of Aral; sometimes, a small fresh-water lake; as, the Sea of Galilee.
 noun (n.) The ocean; the whole body of the salt water which covers a large part of the globe.
 noun (n.) The swell of the ocean or other body of water in a high wind; motion of the water's surface; also, a single wave; a billow; as, there was a high sea after the storm; the vessel shipped a sea.
 noun (n.) A great brazen laver in the temple at Jerusalem; -- so called from its size.
 noun (n.) Fig.: Anything resembling the sea in vastness; as, a sea of glory.

seborrheanoun (n.) A morbidly increased discharge of sebaceous matter upon the skin; stearrhea.