posdoste

(b)
 

enemy

Etymology:

pos- + doste
pos-
(lfik)  opposite
doste
(b)  friend

Rhyming Words not Ending in doste

: adate aloete alote alucinagiente antibioente antigutonente arte awgutonente banete bante bete cokolate cote debate denete dente elite ente ete fembete femlilbete femte gamibete gante hinete hinte ite kancergiente karate karote kasete keete kete klarinete kliente kokiarte konte kontraste kostante koyote kwasibete lilbete limite macete manbete manlilbete mante medisente mote moyete moyte munte muskete nexaste nilete nilte ocelote omelete otosu ete otosu te primate probioente prute sahte samaete samate satelite solunbete te tomate tute twalete vite xekaste yate [+]

Rhyming Words not Ending in doste

:
adate
(b.oro)  adaptation; adapt
aloete
(pn)  some other ones
alote
(pn)  somebody else, someone else
alucinagiente
(b)  hallucinogen
antibioente
(b)  antibiotic
antigutonente
(b)  anaesthetic, anesthetic
arte
(b)  art
awgutonente
(b)  analgesic, analgaesic, painkiller, pain reliever
banete
(pn)  some of them
bante
(pn)  somebody, someone
bete
(b)  son, daughter, child, children
cokolate
(b)  chocolate
cote
(t)  short, low
debate
(b.oj)  debate; debate
denete
(pn)  those ones
dente
(pn)  that, that one, that being, that person
elite
(b)  elite
ente
(b)  (inanimate) agent
ete
(pn)  they, them (animate, personified objects)
fembete
(b)  daughter
femlilbete
(b)  granddaughter
femte
(pn)  she
gamibete
(b)  daughter-in-law, son-in-law
gante
(b)  glove
hinete
(pn)  these ones
hinte
(pn)  this, this one, this being, this person
ite
(b)  letter t
kancergiente
(b)  carcinogen
karate
(b)  karate
karote
(b)  carrot
kasete
(b)  cassette
keete
(pn)  who? which ones?
kete
(pn)  who, which (one)
klarinete
(b)  clarinet
kliente
(b)  client, customer
kokiarte
(b)  cuisine
konte
(b)  count, countess, earl
kontraste
(b.nenoj)  contrast; contrast
kostante
(t)  constant; constantly
koyote
(b)  coyote
kwasibete
(b)  step-child, stepchild, step-daughter, stepdaugher, step-son, stepson
lilbete
(b)  grandson, granddaughter, grandchild, grandchildren
limite
(b.oj)  limit; limit
macete
(b)  machete
manbete
(b)  son
manlilbete
(b)  grandson
mante
(pn)  he
medisente
(b)  medication, medicine
mote
(t)  thick
moyete
(pn)  they all, all of them
moyte
(pn)  everybody, everyone
munte
(b)  mouth
muskete
(b)  musket
nexaste
(b)  starch
nilete
(pn)  none of them
nilte
(pn)  nobody, no one
ocelote
(b)  ocelot, Leopardus pardalis
omelete
(b)  omelette
otosu ete
(su pn)  theirs (those beings belonging to those things)
otosu te
(su pn)  theirs (that being belonging to those things)
primate
(b)  primate
probioente
(b)  probiotic
prute
(b.nenoj)  fart, flatulence; fart
sahte
(t)  hard, stiff, rigid, firm, tough; rigidly, firmly, toughly
samaete
(pn)  the same ones
samate
(pn)  (the) same one
satelite
(b)  satellite
solunbete
(b)  only child
te
(pn)  he, him, she, her (animate, personified object)
tomate
(b)  tomato
tute
(b)  mulberry, Morus
twalete
(b)  toilet
vite
(b.oj)  screw; screw
xekaste
(b.oj)  defeat; defeat, beat
yate
(b)  yacht