Name Report For First Name CULUM:

CULUM

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

Rhymes with CULUM - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming CULUM

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES CULUM AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH CULUM (According to last letters):

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

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

calum colum caellum callum healum maccallum

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

kulthum geranium odahingum anum atum khnum nefertum tum ur-atum lilium calibum mekledoodum waeringawicum wiccum nahum machum barnum tatum galvarium

NAMES RHYMING WITH CULUM (According to first letters):

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

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

culain culann culbart culbert culhwch cullan cullen culley cullin cullo culloden cullodena cullodina cully culver culzean

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

cualli cuanaic cuartio cuarto cuauhtemoc cuchulain cuetlachtli cuetzpalli cuicatl cuilean cuimean cuini cuinn cuixtli cumania cumhea cumin cumina cumming cundrie cundry cunningham cuong cupere cur curcio curney curr curran currito curro curt curtice curtis curtiss cus custennin cuthbeorht cuthbert cutler cuuladh cuyler

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CULUM:

First Names which starts with 'cu' and ends with 'um':

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

caddaham cailym calibom cam carm chaim chatham chayim chilam chiram chisholm chrysostom cim colleem colm crom cruim cym

English Words Rhyming CULUM

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES CULUM AS A WHOLE:

animalculumnoun (n.) An animalcule.

corniculumnoun (n.) A small hornlike part or process.

curriculumnoun (n.) A race course; a place for running.
 noun (n.) A course; particularly, a specified fixed course of study, as in a university.

diverticulumnoun (n.) A blind tube branching out of a longer one.

furculumnoun (n.) The wishbone or merrythought of birds, formed by the united clavicles.

hibernaculumnoun (n.) A winter bud, in which the rudimentary foliage or flower, as of most trees and shrubs in the temperate zone, is protected by closely overlapping scales.
 noun (n.) A little case in which certain insects pass the winter.
 noun (n.) Winter home or abiding place.

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

operculumnoun (n.) The lid of a pitcherform leaf.
 noun (n.) The lid of the urnlike capsule of mosses.
 noun (n.) Any lidlike or operculiform process or part; as, the opercula of a dental follicle.
 noun (n.) The fold of integument, usually supported by bony plates, which protects the gills of most fishes and some amphibians; the gill cover; the gill lid.
 noun (n.) The principal opercular bone in the upper and posterior part of the gill cover.
 noun (n.) The lid closing the aperture of various species of shells, as the common whelk. See Illust. of Gastropoda.
 noun (n.) Any lid-shaped structure closing the aperture of a tube or shell.

opusculumnoun (n.) An opuscule.

osculumnoun (n.) Same as Oscule.

ossiculumnoun (n.) Same as Ossicle.

periculumnoun (n.) Danger; risk.
 noun (n.) In a narrower, judicial sense: Accident or casus, as distinguished from dolus and culpa, and hence relieving one from the duty of performing an obligation.

praeoperculumnoun (n.) Same as Preoperculum.

preoperculumnoun (n.) The anterior opercular bone in fishes.

receptaculumnoun (n.) A receptacle; as, the receptaculum of the chyle.

reticulumnoun (n.) The second stomach of ruminants, in which folds of the mucous membrane form hexagonal cells; -- also called the honeycomb stomach.
 noun (n.) The neuroglia.

retinaculumnoun (n.) A connecting band; a fraenum; as, the retinacula of the ileocaecal and ileocolic valves.
 noun (n.) One of the annular ligaments which hold the tendons close to the bones at the larger joints, as at the wrist and ankle.
 noun (n.) One of the retractor muscles of the proboscis of certain worms.
 noun (n.) A small gland or process to which bodies are attached; as, the glandular retinacula to which the pollinia of orchids are attached, or the hooks which support the seeds in many acanthaceous plants.

speculumnoun (n.) A mirror, or looking-glass; especially, a metal mirror, as in Greek and Roman archaeology.
 noun (n.) A reflector of polished metal, especially one used in reflecting telescopes. See Speculum metal, below.
 noun (n.) An instrument for dilating certain passages of the body, and throwing light within them, thus facilitating examination or surgical operations.
 noun (n.) A bright and lustrous patch of color found on the wings of ducks and some other birds. It is usually situated on the distal portions of the secondary quills, and is much more brilliant in the adult male than in the female.
  (pl. ) of Speculum

spiculumnoun (n.) Same as Spicule.

suboperculumnoun (n.) The lower opercular bone in fishes.

supernaculumnoun (adv. & n.) A kind of mock Latin term intended to mean, upon the nail; -- used formerly by topers.
 noun (adv. & n.) Good liquor, of which not enough is left to wet one's nail.

tenaculumnoun (n.) An instrument consisting of a fine, sharp hook attached to a handle, and used mainly for taking up arteries, and the like.

tentaculumnoun (n.) A tentacle.
 noun (n.) One of the stiff hairs situated about the mouth, or on the face, of many animals, and supposed to be tactile organs; a tactile hair.

tuberculumnoun (n.) A tubercle.

vasculumnoun (n.) Same as Ascidium, n., 1.
 noun (n.) A tin box, commonly cylindrical or flattened, used in collecting plants.

vibraculumnoun (n.) One of the movable, slender, spinelike organs or parts with which certain bryozoans are furnished. They are regarded as specially modified zooids, of nearly the same nature as Avicularia.

vinculumnoun (n.) A bond of union; a tie.
 noun (n.) A straight, horizontal mark placed over two or more members of a compound quantity, which are to be subjected to the same operation, as in the expression x2 + y2 - x + y.
 noun (n.) A band or bundle of fibers; a fraenum.
 noun (n.) A commissure uniting the two main tendons in the foot of certain birds.

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


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


acetabulumnoun (n.) A vinegar cup; socket of the hip bone; a measure of about one eighth of a pint, etc.
 noun (n.) The bony cup which receives the head of the thigh bone.
 noun (n.) The cavity in which the leg of an insect is inserted at its articulation with the body.
 noun (n.) A sucker of the sepia or cuttlefish and related animals.
 noun (n.) The large posterior sucker of the leeches.
 noun (n.) One of the lobes of the placenta in ruminating animals.

capitulumnoun (n.) A thick head of flowers on a very short axis, as a clover top, or a dandelion; a composite flower. A capitulum may be either globular or flat.
 noun (n.) A knoblike protuberance of any part, esp. at the end of a bone or cartilage. [See Illust. of Artiodactyla.]

cingulumnoun (n.) A distinct girdle or band of color; a raised spiral line as seen on certain univalve shells.
 noun (n.) The clitellus of earthworms.
 noun (n.) The base of the crown of a tooth.

coagulumadjective (a.) The thick, curdy precipitate formed by the coagulation of albuminous matter; any mass of coagulated matter, as a clot of blood.

excipulumnoun (n.) The outer part of the fructification of most lichens.

fraenulumnoun (n.) A fraenum.

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

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.

jugulumnoun (n.) The lower throat, or that part of the neck just above the breast.

latibulumnoun (n.) A concealed hiding place; a burrow; a lair; a hole.

ovulumnoun (n.) An ovule.

pabulumnoun (n.) The means of nutriment to animals or plants; food; nourishment; hence, that which feeds or sustains, as fuel for a fire; that upon which the mind or soul is nourished; as, intellectual pabulum.

pendulumnoun (n.) A body so suspended from a fixed point as to swing freely to and fro by the alternate action of gravity and momentum. It is used to regulate the movements of clockwork and other machinery.

propagulumnoun (n.) A runner terminated by a germinating bud.

rostrulumnoun (n.) A little rostrum, or beak, as of an insect.

septulumnoun (n.) A little septum; a division between small cavities or parts.

stragulumnoun (n.) The mantle, or pallium, of a bird.

tintinnabulumnoun (n.) A bell; also, a set or combination of bells or metal plates used as a musical instrument or as a toy.

vestibulumnoun (n.) A cavity into which, in certain bryozoans, the esophagus and anus open.


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


acrodactylumnoun (n.) The upper surface of the toes, individually.

alumnoun (n.) A double sulphate formed of aluminium and some other element (esp. an alkali metal) or of aluminium. It has twenty-four molecules of water of crystallization.
 verb (v. t.) To steep in, or otherwise impregnate with, a solution of alum; to treat with alum.

aspergillumnoun (n.) The brush used in the Roman Catholic church for sprinkling holy water on the people.
 noun (n.) See Wateringpot shell.

asylumnoun (n.) A sanctuary or place of refuge and protection, where criminals and debtors found shelter, and from which they could not be forcibly taken without sacrilege.
 noun (n.) Any place of retreat and security.
 noun (n.) An institution for the protection or relief of some class of destitute, unfortunate, or afflicted persons; as, an asylum for the aged, for the blind, or for the insane; a lunatic asylum; an orphan asylum.

carpellumnoun (n.) A simple pistil or single-celled ovary or seed vessel, or one of the parts of a compound pistil, ovary, or seed vessel. See Illust of Carpaphore.

cerebellumnoun (n.) The large lobe of the hind brain in front of and above the medulla; the little brain. It controls combined muscular action. See Brain.

chloralumnoun (n.) An impure aqueous solution of chloride of aluminium, used as an antiseptic and disinfectant.

coelumnoun (n.) See Body cavity, under Body.

collumnoun (n.) A neck or cervix.
 noun (n.) Same as Collar.

corallumnoun (n.) The coral or skeleton of a zoophyte, whether calcareous of horny, simple or compound. See Coral.

cribellumnoun (n.) A peculiar perforated organ of certain spiders (Ciniflonidae), used for spinning a special kind of silk.

crotalumnoun (n.) A kind of castanet used by the Corybantes.

diachylumnoun (n.) A plaster originally composed of the juices of several plants (whence its name), but now made of an oxide of lead and oil, and consisting essentially of glycerin mixed with lead salts of the fat acids.

doliolumnoun (n.) A genus of freeswimming oceanic tunicates, allied to Salpa, and having alternate generations.

epiphyllumnoun (n.) A genus of cactaceous plants having flattened, jointed stems, and petals united in a tube. The flowers are very showy, and several species are in cultivation.

flabellumnoun (n.) A fan; especially, the fan carried before the pope on state occasions, made in ostrich and peacock feathers.

glabellumnoun (n.) The median, convex lobe of the head of a trilobite. See Trilobite.

glumnoun (n.) Sullenness.
 adjective (a.) Moody; silent; sullen.
 verb (v. i.) To look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

haustellumnoun (n.) The sucking proboscis of various insects. See Lepidoptera, and Diptera.

hilumnoun (n.) The eye of a bean or other seed; the mark or scar at the point of attachment of an ovule or seed to its base or support; -- called also hile.
 noun (n.) The part of a gland, or similar organ, where the blood vessels and nerves enter; the hilus; as, the hilum of the kidney.

hoodlumnoun (n.) A young rowdy; a rough, lawless fellow.

hordeolumnoun (n.) A small tumor upon the eyelid, resembling a grain of barley; a sty.

hypodactylumnoun (n.) The under side of the toes.

hypoptilumnoun (n.) An accessory plume arising from the posterior side of the stem of the contour feathers of many birds; -- called also aftershaft. See Illust. of Feather.

intervallumnoun (n.) An interval.

involucellumnoun (n.) See Involucel.

idolumnoun (n.) Alt. of Idolon

labellumnoun (n.) The lower or apparently anterior petal of an orchidaceous flower, often of a very curious shape.
 noun (n.) A small appendage beneath the upper lip or labrum of certain insects.

lumnoun (n.) A chimney.
 noun (n.) A ventilating chimney over the shaft of a mine.
 noun (n.) A woody valley; also, a deep pool.

malumnoun (n.) An evil. See Mala.

mesophyllumnoun (n.) The parenchyma of a leaf between the skin of the two surfaces.

paradactylumnoun (n.) The side of a toe or finger.

paramylumnoun (n.) A substance resembling starch, found in the green frothy scum formed on the surface of stagnant water.

petalumnoun (n.) A petal.

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.

plumnoun (n.) The edible drupaceous fruit of the Prunus domestica, and of several other species of Prunus; also, the tree itself, usually called plum tree.
 noun (n.) A grape dried in the sun; a raisin.
 noun (n.) A handsome fortune or property; formerly, in cant language, the sum of 100,000 sterling; also, the person possessing it.
 noun (n.) Something likened to a plum in desirableness; a good or choice thing of its kind, as among appointments, positions, parts of a book, etc.

podophyllumnoun (n.) A genus of herbs of the Barberry family, having large palmately lobed peltate leaves and solitary flower. There are two species, the American Podohyllum peltatum, or May apple, the Himalayan P. Emodi.
 noun (n.) The rhizome and rootlet of the May apple (Podophyllum peltatum), -- used as a cathartic drug.

postscutellumnoun (n.) The hindermost dorsal piece of a thoracic somite of an insect; the plate behind the scutellum.

peplumnoun (n.) A peplos. Hence: An overskirt hanging like an ancient peplos; also, a short fitted skirt attached to a waist or coat.

replumnoun (n.) The framework of some pods, as the cress, which remains after the valves drop off.

rostellumnoun (n.) A small beaklike process or extension of some part; a small rostrum; as, the rostellum of the stigma of violets, or of the operculum of many mosses; the rostellum on the head of a tapeworm.

sacellumnoun (n.) An unroofed space consecrated to a divinity.
 noun (n.) A small monumental chapel in a church.

santalumnoun (n.) A genus of trees with entire opposite leaves and small apetalous flowers. There are less than a dozen species, occurring from India to Australia and the Pacific Islands. See Sandalwood.

scutellumnoun (n.) A rounded apothecium having an elevated rim formed of the proper thallus, the fructification of certain lichens.
 noun (n.) The third of the four pieces forming the upper part of a thoracic segment of an insect. It follows the scutum, and is followed by the small postscutellum; a scutella. See Thorax.
 noun (n.) One of the transverse scales on the tarsi and toes of birds; a scutella.

sigillumnoun (n.) A seal.

skellumnoun (n.) A scoundrel.

slumnoun (n.) A foul back street of a city, especially one filled with a poor, dirty, degraded, and often vicious population; any low neighborhood or dark retreat; -- usually in the plural; as, Westminster slums are haunts for theives.
 noun (n.) Same as Slimes.
 verb (v. i.) To visit or frequent slums, esp. out of curiosity, or for purposes of study, etc.

specollumnoun (n.) See Stylet, 2.

spirillumnoun (n.) A genus of common motile microorganisms (Spirobacteria) having the form of spiral-shaped filaments. One species is said to be the cause of relapsing fever.

sugarplumnoun (n.) A kind of candy or sweetneat made up in small balls or disks.

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


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



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


culassenoun (n.) The lower faceted portion of a brilliant-cut diamond.

culdeenoun (n.) One of a class of anchorites who lived in various parts of Scotland, Ireland, and Wales.

culeragenoun (n.) See Culrage.

culexnoun (n.) A genus of dipterous insects, including the gnat and mosquito.
 noun (n.) A genus of mosquitoes to which most of the North American species belong. Some members of this genus are exceedingly annoying, as C. sollicitans, which breeds in enormous numbers in the salt marshes of the Atlantic coast, and C. pipiens, breeding very widely in the fresh waters of North America. (For characters distinguishing these from the malaria mosquitoes, see Anopheles, above.) The yellow-fever mosquito is now placed in another genus, Stegomyia.

culiciformadjective (a.) Gnat-shaped.

culinaryadjective (a.) Relating to the kitchen, or to the art of cookery; used in kitchens; as, a culinary vessel; the culinary art.

cullingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cull
 noun (n.) The act of one who culls.
 noun (n.) Anything separated or selected from a mass.

cullnoun (n.) A cully; a dupe; a gull. See Cully.
 verb (v. t.) To separate, select, or pick out; to choose and gather or collect; as, to cull flowers.

cullendernoun (n.) A strainer. See Colander.

cullernoun (n.) One who picks or chooses; esp., an inspector who selects wares suitable for market.

culletnoun (n.) A small central plane in the back of a cut gem. See Collet, 3 (b).
 verb (v. t.) Broken glass for remelting.

cullibilitynoun (n.) Gullibility.

cullibleadjective (a.) Easily deceived; gullible.

cullionnoun (n.) A mean wretch; a base fellow; a poltroon; a scullion.

cullionlyadjective (a.) Mean; base.

cullisnoun (n.) A strong broth of meat, strained and made clear for invalids; also, a savory jelly.
 noun (n.) A gutter in a roof; a channel or groove.

cullynoun (n.) A person easily deceived, tricked, or imposed on; a mean dupe; a gull.
 noun (n.) To trick, cheat, or impose on; to deceive.

cullyismnoun (n.) The state of being a cully.

culmnoun (n.) The stalk or stem of grain and grasses (including the bamboo), jointed and usually hollow.
 noun (n.) Mineral coal that is not bituminous; anthracite, especially when found in small masses.
 noun (n.) The waste of the Pennsylvania anthracite mines, consisting of fine coal, dust, etc., and used as fuel.

culmennoun (n.) Top; summit; acme.
 noun (n.) The dorsal ridge of a bird's bill.

culmiferousadjective (a.) Having jointed stems or culms.
 adjective (a.) Containing, or abounding in, culm or glance coal.

culminaladjective (a.) Pertaining to a culmen.

culminantadjective (a.) Being vertical, or at the highest point of altitude; hence, predominant.

culminatingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Culminate

culminateadjective (a.) Growing upward, as distinguished from a lateral growth; -- applied to the growth of corals.
 verb (v. i.) To reach its highest point of altitude; to come to the meridian; to be vertical or directly overhead.
 verb (v. i.) To reach the highest point, as of rank, size, power, numbers, etc.

culminationnoun (n.) The attainment of the highest point of altitude reached by a heavently body; passage across the meridian; transit.
 noun (n.) Attainment or arrival at the highest pitch of glory, power, etc.

culpanoun (n.) Negligence or fault, as distinguishable from dolus (deceit, fraud), which implies intent, culpa being imputable to defect of intellect, dolus to defect of heart.

culpabilitynoun (n.) The state of being culpable.

culpableadjective (a.) Deserving censure; worthy of blame; faulty; immoral; criminal.
 adjective (a.) Guilty; as, culpable of a crime.

culpatoryadjective (a.) Expressing blame; censuring; reprehensory; inculpating.

culpenoun (n.) Blameworthiness.

culponnoun (n.) A shred; a fragment; a strip of wood.

culragenoun (n.) Smartweed (Polygonum Hydropiper).

cultchnoun (n.) Empty oyster shells and other substances laid down on oyster grounds to furnish points for the attachment of the spawn of the oyster.
 noun (n.) Young or seed oysters together with the shells and other objects to which they are usually attached.
 noun (n.) Rubbish; debris; refuse.

culternoun (n.) A colter. See Colter.

cultirostraladjective (a.) Having a bill shaped like the colter of a plow, or like a knife, as the heron, stork, etc.

cultirostresnoun (n. pl.) A tribe of wading birds including the stork, heron, crane, etc.

cultivableadjective (a.) Capable of being cultivated or tilled.

cultivatableadjective (a.) Cultivable.

cultivatingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cultivate

cultivationnoun (n.) The art or act of cultivating; improvement for agricultural purposes or by agricultural processes; tillage; production by tillage.
 noun (n.) Bestowal of time or attention for self-improvement or for the benefit of others; fostering care.
 noun (n.) The state of being cultivated; advancement in physical, intellectual, or moral condition; refinement; culture.

cultivatornoun (n.) One who cultivates; as, a cultivator of the soil; a cultivator of literature.
 noun (n.) An agricultural implement used in the tillage of growing crops, to loosen the surface of the earth and kill the weeds; esp., a triangular frame set with small shares, drawn by a horse and by handles.

cultrateadjective (a.) Alt. of Cultrated

cultratedadjective (a.) Sharp-edged and pointed; shaped like a pruning knife, as the beak of certain birds.

cultriformadjective (a.) Shaped like a pruning knife; cultrate.

cultrivorousadjective (a.) Devouring knives; swallowing, or pretending to swallow, knives; -- applied to persons who have swallowed, or have seemed to swallow, knives with impunity.

culturableadjective (a.) Capable of, or fit for, being cultivated; capable or becoming cultured.

culturaladjective (a.) Of or pertaining to culture.

culturenoun (n.) The act or practice of cultivating, or of preparing the earth for seed and raising crops by tillage; as, the culture of the soil.
 noun (n.) The act of, or any labor or means employed for, training, disciplining, or refining the moral and intellectual nature of man; as, the culture of the mind.
 noun (n.) The state of being cultivated; result of cultivation; physical improvement; enlightenment and discipline acquired by mental and moral training; civilization; refinement in manners and taste.
 noun (n.) The cultivation of bacteria or other organisms in artificial media or under artificial conditions.
 noun (n.) The collection of organisms resulting from such a cultivation.
 noun (n.) Those details of a map, collectively, which do not represent natural features of the area delineated, as names and the symbols for towns, roads, houses, bridges, meridians, and parallels.
 verb (v. t.) To cultivate; to educate.

culturingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Culture

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CULUM:

English Words which starts with 'cu' and ends with 'um':

cuprumnoun (n.) Copper.