dayatre

(b)
 

grandparent

Etymology:

day- + atre
day-
(lfik)  big, large, much, loud
atre
(b.oj)  parent; parent

Rhyming Words not Ending in atre

: akere are bahariestare cakare care daymatre daypatre dure estare eyre hare inhare intre ire istyare jabare jongere juiore kafare konkure kwasipatre mare matre monhare okre ore pare patre pure tenjire xijere xorhare zakere [+]

Rhyming Words not Ending in atre

:
akere
(b)  acre
are
(b)  minister, pastor (male or female)
bahariestare
(b)  starfish, sea-star
cakare
(b)  vertigo, dizziness
care
(num)  four
daymatre
(b)  grandmother
daypatre
(b)  grandfather
dure
(b.nenoj)  duration; last, continue, go on
estare
(b)  star
eyre
(su n)  Ireland
hare
(b.oj)  have
inhare
(b.oj)  content; contain
intre
(p)  between, among
ire
(b)  letter r
istyare
(b)  metaphor, trope, figure of speech
jabare
(b)  jaw
jongere
(b)  cicada, Cicadoidea
juiore
(b.oj)  listen (attentively)
kafare
()  atonement, redemption, expiation; atone, redeem, expiate
konkure
(b.oj)  competition; compete (against)
kwasipatre
(b)  stepfather
mare
(b)  (female) pastor, priestess; Mother
matre
(b)  mother
monhare
(b.oj)  comprise, consist (of)
okre
(b)  ocher, ochre
ore
(b.oj)  ear; hear, listen
pare
(b)  priest, pastor; Father
patre
(b)  father
pure
()  puree, purée, mash, mush; puree, grind, smash
tenjire
(b)  (cooking) pot, saucepan, casserole (dish)
xijere
(b.oj)  quarrel, argument, dispute; quarrel, argue, dispute
xorhare
(b.oj)  acquisition; gain, win, acquire, obtain
zakere
(b.oj)  negotiation; negotiate