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Dividend starts with d (di), ends in d (nd). Rhymes with and sounds like 52 words, but resembles 0 words. It's English, has 8 letters, 5 consonants, 3 vowels. 3 syllables. Dividend is pronounced as div-i-dend, and is a noun.

Learn more about dividend for better rhyming:

  • Meaning of Dividend: a bonus; something extra (especially a share of a surplus).
  • Wikipedia: Dividend Definition: Dividends are payments made by a corporation to its shareholder members. It is the portion of corporate profits paid out to stockholders.. Wikipedia suggests Dividend.


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221 Possible Rhymes For Dividend

Rhymes | end | friend | legend | bend | weekend | boyfriend | trend | diffident | fiend | mend | girlfriend | attend | addend | blend | minuend | send | tend | ascend | comprehend | amend | offend | dividend | lend | bookend | append |

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End

  • Change 5 letters for end to become dividend.
  • dividend is 55% similar to end.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

End has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 2 consonants, and 3 letters.


Friend

  • Change 4 letters for friend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 57% similar to friend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Friend has 2 syllables, 2 vowels, 4 consonants, and 6 letters.


Legend

  • Change 5 letters for legend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 43% similar to legend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Legend has 2 syllables, 2 vowels, 4 consonants, and 6 letters.


Bend

  • Change 5 letters for bend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 50% similar to bend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Bend has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 3 consonants, and 4 letters.


Weekend

  • Same Vowel Count: 3 vowels.
  • Change 5 letters for weekend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 40% similar to weekend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Weekend has 2 syllables, 3 vowels, 4 consonants, and 7 letters.


Boyfriend

  • Same Syllable Count: 3 syllables.
  • Same Vowel Count: 3 vowels.
  • Change 6 letters for boyfriend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 47% similar to boyfriend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Boyfriend has 3 syllables, 3 vowels, 6 consonants, and 9 letters.


Trend

  • Change 5 letters for trend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 46% similar to trend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Trend has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 4 consonants, and 5 letters.


Fiend

  • Change 4 letters for fiend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 62% similar to fiend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Fiend has 2 syllables, 2 vowels, 3 consonants, and 5 letters.


Mend

  • Change 5 letters for mend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 50% similar to mend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Mend has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 3 consonants, and 4 letters.


Girlfriend

  • Same Syllable Count: 3 syllables.
  • Same Vowel Count: 3 vowels.
  • Change 6 letters for girlfriend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 56% similar to girlfriend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Girlfriend has 3 syllables, 3 vowels, 7 consonants, and 10 letters.


Attend

  • Change 5 letters for attend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 43% similar to attend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Attend has 2 syllables, 2 vowels, 4 consonants, and 6 letters.


Blend

  • Change 5 letters for blend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 46% similar to blend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Blend has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 4 consonants, and 5 letters.


Send

  • Change 5 letters for send to become dividend.
  • dividend is 50% similar to send.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Send has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 3 consonants, and 4 letters.


Tend

  • Change 5 letters for tend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 50% similar to tend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Tend has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 3 consonants, and 4 letters.


Ascend

  • Change 5 letters for ascend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 43% similar to ascend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Ascend has 2 syllables, 2 vowels, 4 consonants, and 6 letters.


Comprehend

  • Same Syllable Count: 3 syllables.
  • Same Vowel Count: 3 vowels.
  • Change 7 letters for comprehend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 33% similar to comprehend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Comprehend has 3 syllables, 3 vowels, 7 consonants, and 10 letters.


Amend

  • Change 5 letters for amend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 46% similar to amend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Amend has 2 syllables, 2 vowels, 3 consonants, and 5 letters.


Offend

  • Change 5 letters for offend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 43% similar to offend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Offend has 2 syllables, 2 vowels, 4 consonants, and 6 letters.


Dividend

  • Identical Rhyme

Dividend has 3 syllables, 3 vowels, 5 consonants, and 8 letters.


Lend

  • Change 5 letters for lend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 50% similar to lend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Lend has 1 syllables, 1 vowels, 3 consonants, and 4 letters.


Bookend

  • Same Vowel Count: 3 vowels.
  • Change 5 letters for bookend to become dividend.
  • dividend is 40% similar to bookend.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Bookend has 2 syllables, 3 vowels, 4 consonants, and 7 letters.


Append

  • Change 5 letters for append to become dividend.
  • dividend is 43% similar to append.
  • Last 2 letters nd match.
  • Last 3 letters end match.

Append has 2 syllables, 2 vowels, 4 consonants, and 6 letters.


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