germane

How many syllables in germane?

  985216347 syllables

Divide germane into syllables:   ger-mane
Stressed syllable in germane:   ger-mane
How to pronounce germane:   jer-meyn
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Synonyms for germane


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      1 syllable
      • bain
      • blain
      • brain
      • cane
      • crain
      • dain
      • deign
      • draine
      • fain
      • feign
      • frayne
      • grain
      • hain
      • heyne
      • Jane
      • kane
      • laine
      • layne
      • main
      • mane
      • pain
      • pane
      • plane
      • reign
      • sain
      • saned
      • slain
      • Spain
      • stain
      • swain
      • train
      • vain
      • vein
      • wane
      • bane
      • blains
      • cain
      • chain
      • crane
      • Dane
      • drain
      • dwayne
      • fane
      • frayn
      • gain
      • grein
      • hayne
      • Jain
      • kain
      • lain
      • lane
      • ln
      • Maine
      • mane's
      • Paine
      • plain
      • rain
      • rein
      • sane
      • Shane
      • slane
      • sprain
      • strain
      • thane
      • Twain
      • vane
      • wain
      • Wayne
      2 syllables
      • abstain
      • aine
      • Alain
      • amain
      • arraign
      • Bahrain
      • biplane
      • bugbane
      • campaign
      • champaign
      • checkrein
      • chilblain
      • cinquain
      • Cockaigne
      • complain
      • contain
      • cowbane
      • delaine
      • demal
      • deplane
      • detain
      • disdain
      • dogbane
      • duan
      • Elaine
      • engrain
      • ethane
      • eyestrain
      • floatplane
      • forebrain
      • Gawain
      • Germaine
      • henbane
      • house-train
      • Hussein
      • immane
      • ingrain
      • jack plane
      • lainage
      • layner
      • Lorraine
      • marchpane
      • midbrain
      • Montaigne
      • moraine
      • mundane
      • octane
      • pertain
      • propane
      • purslane
      • refrain
      • remain
      • retain
      • Rogaine
      • sartain
      • seatrain
      • sustain
      • terrain
      • terrane
      • triplane
      • unchain
      • veinal
      • vicereine
      • volplane
      • wolfsbane
      • again
      • airplane
      • alane
      • arcane
      • attain
      • Beltane
      • bloodstain
      • butane
      • champagne
      • Champlain
      • chicane
      • chow mein
      • cocaine
      • Coltrane
      • constrain
      • cordwain
      • coxswain
      • demain
      • demesne
      • destain
      • devein
      • distain
      • domain
      • duane
      • emplane
      • enplane
      • explain
      • fleabane
      • floodplain
      • frayproof
      • Germain
      • grosgrain
      • hindbrain
      • humane
      • Igraine
      • inane
      • insane
      • Jermaine
      • lamebrain
      • lightplane
      • maintain
      • methane
      • migraine
      • montane
      • mortmain
      • obtain
      • ordain
      • profane
      • ptomaine
      • quatrain
      • regain
      • restrain
      • retrain
      • romaine
      • seaplane
      • Spokane
      • tailplane
      • terrain's
      • Touraine
      • Ukraine
      • urbane
      • vervain
      • villein
      • warplane
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