Name Report For First Name ALMO:

ALMO

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

Rhymes with ALMO - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming ALMO

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES ALMO AS A WHOLE:

salmoneus balmoral walmond

NAMES RHYMING WITH ALMO (According to last letters):

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

elmo anselmo

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

vellamo kosmo jomo mamo namo nemo kimo abramo amo chochmo cosmo emo erasmo geronimo gillermo guillermo jeronimo molimo remo shelomo timo giacomo

NAMES RHYMING WITH ALMO (According to first letters):

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

alma almas almer almeta almira almund almunda almundena almundina

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

al-ahmar al-asfan al-ashab al-fadee al-fahl al-hadiye al-sham ala' alacoque aladdin alafin alahhaois alai alaia alain alaina alaine alair alala alalim alamea alameda alan alana alandra alane alani alanna alannah alano alanson alanza alanzo alaqua alard alaric alarica alarice alarick alarico alarik alasda alasdair alastair alaster alastor alastrina alastrine alastriona alaula alawa alayla alayna alayne alaysha alayziah alba albaric albe alberga albern albert alberta alberteen albertina albertine alberto albertyna albertyne albin albinia albinus albion albiona alborz albracca albrecht albreda albu alburn alburt alcestis alchfrith alcides alcina alcinoos alcinous alcippe alcmaeon alcmene alcott

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH ALMO:

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

aberto abrafo addo adhiambo adio adofo adolfo adriano aello ahtunowhiho aiko akando akello akeno akiko aldo alejandro alessandro alfonso alfredo alo alonso alonzo alphonso alrigo aluino alvaro alvino amadeo amado ambrocio ambrosio amoldo anastagio anastasio andreo aneko angelino angelo aniko anpaytoo antoneo antonio anyango apo apollo aquilino archibaldo argo arlando arlo armando armanno arnaldo arno aroghetto arridano arrigo arsenio arthgallo arturo asentzio astolpho aureliano aurelio avonaco ayo azibo

English Words Rhyming ALMO

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES ALMO AS A WHOLE:

almondnoun (n.) The fruit of the almond tree.
 noun (n.) The tree that bears the fruit; almond tree.
 noun (n.) Anything shaped like an almond.
 noun (n.) One of the tonsils.

almondinenoun (n.) See Almandine

almonernoun (n.) One who distributes alms, esp. the doles and alms of religious houses, almshouses, etc.; also, one who dispenses alms for another, as the almoner of a prince, bishop, etc.

almonershipnoun (n.) The office of an almoner.

almonrynoun (n.) The place where an almoner resides, or where alms are distributed.

almosenoun (n.) Alms.

balmoralnoun (n.) A long woolen petticoat, worn immediately under the dress.
 noun (n.) A kind of stout walking shoe, laced in front.

coalmousenoun (n.) A small species of titmouse, with a black head; the coletit.

edriophthalmousadjective (a.) Pertaining to the Edriophthalma.

exophthalmosnoun (n.) Alt. of Exophthalmus

frankalmoigneadjective (a.) A tenure by which a religious corporation holds lands given to them and their successors forever, usually on condition of praying for the soul of the donor and his heirs; -- called also tenure by free alms.

lagophthalmosnoun (n.) A morbid condition in which the eye stands wide open, giving a peculiar staring appearance.

ophthalmologicaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to ophthalmology.

ophthalmologistnoun (n.) One skilled in ophthalmology; an oculist.

ophthalmologynoun (n.) The science which treats of the structure, functions, and diseases of the eye.

ophthalmometernoun (n.) An instrument devised by Helmholtz for measuring the size of a reflected image on the convex surface of the cornea and lens of the eye, by which their curvature can be ascertained.

ophthalmoscopenoun (n.) An instrument for viewing the interior of the eye, particularly the retina. Light is thrown into the eye by a mirror (usually concave) and the interior is then examined with or without the aid of a lens.

ophthalmoscopynoun (n.) A branch of physiognomy which deduces the knowledge of a person's temper and character from the appearance of the eyes.
 noun (n.) Examination of the eye with the ophthalmoscope.

podophthalmousadjective (a.) Having the eyes on movable footstalks, or pedicels.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Podophthalmia.

psalmodicadjective (a.) Alt. of Psalmodical

psalmodicaladjective (a.) Relating to psalmody.

psalmodistnoun (n.) One who sings sacred songs; a psalmist.

psalmodynoun (n.) The act, practice, or art of singing psalms or sacred songs; also, psalms collectively, or a collection of psalms.

psalmographnoun (n.) A writer of psalms; a psalmographer.

psalmographernoun (n.) Alt. of Psalmographist

psalmographistnoun (n.) A writer of psalms, or sacred songs and hymns.

psalmographynoun (n.) The act or practice of writing psalms, or sacred songs.

salmonadjective (a.) Of a reddish yellow or orange color, like that of the flesh of the salmon.
 verb (v.) Any one of several species of fishes of the genus Salmo and allied genera. The common salmon (Salmo salar) of Northern Europe and Eastern North America, and the California salmon, or quinnat, are the most important species. They are extensively preserved for food. See Quinnat.
 verb (v.) A reddish yellow or orange color, like the flesh of the salmon.
  (pl. ) of Salmon

salmonetnoun (n.) A salmon of small size; a samlet.

salmonoidnoun (n.) Any fish of the family Salmonidae.
 adjective (a.) Like, or pertaining to, the Salmonidae, a family of fishes including the trout and salmon.

subalmonernoun (n.) An under almoner.

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


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


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


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


almanoun (n.) Alt. of Almah

almahnoun (n.) Same as Alme.

almacantarnoun (n.) Same as Almucantar.
 noun (n.) A recently invented instrument for observing the heavenly bodies as they cross a given almacantar circle. See Almucantar.

almadianoun (n.) Alt. of Almadie

almadienoun (n.) A bark canoe used by the Africans.
 noun (n.) A boat used at Calicut, in India, about eighty feet long, and six or seven broad.

almagestnoun (n.) The celebrated work of Ptolemy of Alexandria, which contains nearly all that is known of the astronomical observations and theories of the ancients. The name was extended to other similar works.

almagranoun (n.) A fine, deep red ocher, somewhat purplish, found in Spain. It is the sil atticum of the ancients. Under the name of Indian red it is used for polishing glass and silver.

almainnoun (n.) Alt. of Alman

almaynenoun (n.) Alt. of Alman

almannoun (n.) A German.
  (adj.) German.
  (adj.) The German language.
  (adj.) A kind of dance. See Allemande.

almanacnoun (n.) A book or table, containing a calendar of days, and months, to which astronomical data and various statistics are often added, such as the times of the rising and setting of the sun and moon, eclipses, hours of full tide, stated festivals of churches, terms of courts, etc.

almandinenoun (n.) The common red variety of garnet.

almenoun (n.) Alt. of Almeh

almehnoun (n.) An Egyptian dancing girl; an Alma.

almendronnoun (n.) The lofty Brazil-nut tree.

almerynoun (n.) See Ambry.

almessenoun (n.) See Alms.

almightfuladjective (a.) Alt. of Almightiful

almightifuladjective (a.) All-powerful; almighty.

almightinessnoun (n.) Omnipotence; infinite or boundless power; unlimited might.

almightyadjective (a.) Unlimited in might; omnipotent; all-powerful; irresistible.
 adjective (a.) Great; extreme; terrible.

almnernoun (n.) An almoner.

almrynoun (n.) See Almonry.

almsnoun (n. sing. & pl.) Anything given gratuitously to relieve the poor, as money, food, or clothing; a gift of charity.

almsdeednoun (n.) An act of charity.

almsfolknoun (n.) Persons supported by alms; almsmen.

almsgivernoun (n.) A giver of alms.

almsgivingnoun (n.) The giving of alms.

almshousenoun (n.) A house appropriated for the use of the poor; a poorhouse.

almsmannoun (n.) A recipient of alms.
 noun (n.) A giver of alms.

almucantarnoun (n.) A small circle of the sphere parallel to the horizon; a circle or parallel of altitude. Two stars which have the same almucantar have the same altitude. See Almacantar.

almucenoun (n.) Same as Amice, a hood or cape.

almudenoun (n.) A measure for liquids in several countries. In Portugal the Lisbon almude is about 4.4, and the Oporto almude about 6.6, gallons U. S. measure. In Turkey the "almud" is about 1.4 gallons.

almugnoun (n.) Alt. of Algum

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH ALMO:

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

accelerandoadjective (a.) Gradually accelerating the movement.

adagionoun (n.) A piece of music in adagio time; a slow movement; as, an adagio of Haydn.
 adverb (a. & adv.) Slow; slowly, leisurely, and gracefully. When repeated, adagio, adagio, it directs the movement to be very slow.

adelantadillonoun (n.) A Spanish red wine made of the first ripe grapes.

adelantadonoun (n.) A governor of a province; a commander.

adonoun (n.) To do; in doing; as, there is nothing ado.
 noun (n.) Doing; trouble; difficulty; troublesome business; fuss; bustle; as, to make a great ado about trifles.

advisonoun (n.) Advice; counsel; suggestion; also, a dispatch or advice boat.

aerugonoun (n.) The rust of any metal, esp. of brass or copper; verdigris.

agionoun (n.) The premium or percentage on a better sort of money when it is given in exchange for an inferior sort. The premium or discount on foreign bills of exchange is sometimes called agio.

agitatoadjective (a.) Sung or played in a restless, hurried, and spasmodic manner.

ainonoun (n.) One of a peculiar race inhabiting Yesso, the Kooril Islands etc., in the northern part of the empire of Japan, by some supposed to have been the progenitors of the Japanese. The Ainos are stout and short, with hairy bodies.

akimboadjective (a.) With a crook or bend; with the hand on the hip and elbow turned outward.

albedonoun (n.) Whiteness. Specifically: (Astron.) The ratio which the light reflected from an unpolished surface bears to the total light falling upon that surface.

albinonoun (n.) A person, whether negro, Indian, or white, in whom by some defect of organization the substance which gives color to the skin, hair, and eyes is deficient or in a morbid state. An albino has a skin of a milky hue, with hair of the same color, and eyes with deep red pupil and pink or blue iris. The term is also used of the lower animals, as white mice, elephants, etc.; and of plants in a whitish condition from the absence of chlorophyll.

albugonoun (n.) Same as Leucoma.

alcedonoun (n.) A genus of perching birds, including the European kingfisher (Alcedo ispida). See Halcyon.

alconoun (n.) A small South American dog, domesticated by the aborigines.

allegrettonoun (n.) A movement in this time.
 adjective (a.) Quicker than andante, but not so quick as allegro.

allegronoun (n.) An allegro movement; a quick, sprightly strain or piece.
 adjective (a.) Brisk, lively.

altissimonoun (n.) The part or notes situated above F in alt.

altonoun (n.) Formerly the part sung by the highest male, or counter-tenor, voices; now the part sung by the lowest female, or contralto, voices, between in tenor and soprano. In instrumental music it now signifies the tenor.
 noun (n.) An alto singer.

ambonoun (n.) A large pulpit or reading desk, in the early Christian churches.

ambuscadonoun (n.) Ambuscade.

amidoadjective (a.) Containing, or derived from, amidogen.

amontilladonoun (n.) A dry kind of cherry, of a light color.

amorosonoun (n.) A lover; a man enamored.
 adverb (adv.) In a soft, tender, amatory style.

anattonoun (n.) Same as Annotto.

andantinoadjective (a.) Rather quicker than andante; between that allegretto.

angwantibonoun (n.) A small lemuroid mammal (Arctocebus Calabarensis) of Africa. It has only a rudimentary tail.

anonoun (n.) A black bird of tropical America, the West Indies and Florida (Crotophaga ani), allied to the cuckoos, and remarkable for communistic nesting.

annottonoun (n.) Alt. of Arnotto

arnottonoun (n.) A red or yellowish-red dyeing material, prepared from the pulp surrounding the seeds of a tree (Bixa orellana) belonging to the tropical regions of America. It is used for coloring cheese, butter, etc.
 noun (n.) Same as Annotto.

anteporticonoun (n.) An outer porch or vestibule.

aparejonoun (n.) A kind of pack saddle used in the American military service and among the Spanish Americans. It is made of leather stuffed with hay, moss, or the like.

apollonoun (n.) A deity among the Greeks and Romans. He was the god of light and day (the "sun god"), of archery, prophecy, medicine, poetry, and music, etc., and was represented as the model of manly grace and beauty; -- called also Phebus.

araguatonoun (n.) A South American monkey, the ursine howler (Mycetes ursinus). See Howler, n., 2.

arangonoun (n.) A bead of rough carnelian. Arangoes were formerly imported from Bombay for use in the African slave trade.

archipelagonoun (n.) The Grecian Archipelago, or Aegean Sea, separating Greece from Asia Minor. It is studded with a vast number of small islands.
 noun (n.) Hence: Any sea or broad sheet of water interspersed with many islands or with a group of islands.

argonoun (n.) The name of the ship which carried Jason and his fifty-four companions to Colchis, in quest of the Golden Fleece.
 noun (n.) A large constellation in the southern hemisphere, called also Argo Navis. In modern astronomy it is replaced by its three divisions, Carina, Puppis, and Vela.

armadillonoun (n.) Any edentate animal if the family Dasypidae, peculiar to America. The body and head are incased in an armor composed of small bony plates. The armadillos burrow in the earth, seldom going abroad except at night. When attacked, they curl up into a ball, presenting the armor on all sides. Their flesh is good food. There are several species, one of which (the peba) is found as far north as Texas. See Peba, Poyou, Tatouay.
 noun (n.) A genus of small isopod Crustacea that can roll themselves into a ball.

armadonoun (n.) Armada.

arnattonoun (n.) See Annotto.

arpeggionoun (n.) The production of the tones of a chord in rapid succession, as in playing the harp, and not simultaneously; a strain thus played.

arroyonoun (n.) A water course; a rivulet.
 noun (n.) The dry bed of a small stream.

asinegonoun (n.) Alt. of Assinego

assinegonoun (n.) A stupid fellow.
 noun (n.) See Asinego.

assientonoun (n.) A contract or convention between Spain and other powers for furnishing negro slaves for the Spanish dominions in America, esp. the contract made with Great Britain in 1713.

atmonoun (n.) The standard atmospheric pressure used in certain physical measurements calculations; conventionally, that pressure under which the barometer stands at 760 millimeters, at a temperature of 0 Centigrade, at the level of the sea, and in the latitude of Paris.

avigatonoun (n.) See Avocado.

avisonoun (n.) Information; advice.
 noun (n.) An advice boat, or dispatch boat.

avocadonoun (n.) The pulpy fruit of Persea gratissima, a tree of tropical America. It is about the size and shape of a large pear; -- called also avocado pear, alligator pear, midshipman's butter.

ayuntamientonoun (n.) In Spain and Spanish America, a corporation or body of magistrates in cities and towns, corresponding to mayor and aldermen.

aeronoun (n.) An aeroplane, airship, or the like.

amigonoun (n.) A friend; -- a Spanish term applied in the Philippine Islands to friendly natives.

anitonoun (n.) In Guam and the Philippines, an idol, fetich, or spirit.

aviadonoun (n.) One who works a mine with means provided by another.