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Words that rhyme with -eye

List of words that end with a "eye " sound

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Fis forFungi

Fungi is the plural of fungus.
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Gis forGemini

Gemini is a sign of the Zodiac. It is an air sign. You are a Gemini if you were born between May 21st and June 20th.
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Gis forGoodbye

Goodbye is the word people say when they leave others.
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Gis forGuy

Guy is a slang word for a man, but can also be used to refer to people of either gender. For example, "Hey guys!"
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Jis forJuly

July is the seventh month of the year. It has 31 days. The next month of the year is August. In the northern hemisphere July is part of summer, and in the southern hemisphere it is part of winter.
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Lapis lazuli is a semi-precious stone that has a deep blue colour. It is not a single mineral like most gemstones, but a composite rock that often has patterns of other colours through it, like marble. It polishes very well and is used for jewelry as well as in mosaics or other decorative finishes on buildings.
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Lis forLye

Lye is a corrosive, alkaline chemical. It was traditionally made from hardwood ash, and is an ingredient in soap. Modern lye is called caustic soda, or sodium hydroxide and is no longer made from ash.

Mis forMagpie

Magpies are a black and white bird related to the crow. They are very intelligent. They eat dead animals they find, insects and anything else they find that they can eat. The magpie in the picture is an Australian magpie.

Mis forMumbai

Mumbai is the biggest city in India, and the fourth biggest in the world. It has a population of around 20.5 million.
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Pis forPie

A pie is a type of food that has a layer of pastry on the outside and some kind of filling on the inside. Sweet pies usually have sweet pastry too. Pies can be sweet or savoury, and be made from fruit or meat. A pie that doesn't have a lid is called a tart.