semi

How many syllables in semi?

  675248319 syllables

Divide semi into syllables:   sem‑i
How to say semi:

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Synonyms for semi


1 syllable
  • half
    2 syllables
    • partly
      3 syllables
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        What rhymes with semi

        2 syllables
        • aby
        • air-dry
        • ally
        • anti
        • awry
        • Bacchae
        • banzai
        • bee fly
        • belie
        • bigeye
        • blackfly
        • blowby
        • blue-sky
        • bone-dry
        • botfly
        • buckeye
        • bye-bye
        • cat's-eye
        • Chennai
        • cockeye
        • come by
        • cow pie
        • cross-eye
        • decry
        • deep-sky
        • defy
        • deny
        • do by
        • drip-dry
        • dry fly
        • Eli
        • face fly
        • flesh fly
        • flyby
        • freeze-dry
        • fruit fly
        • gallfly
        • GI
        • go by
        • greenfly
        • gun-shy
        • Hawkeye
        • hereby
        • hog-tie
        • horsefly
        • imply
        • Karzai
        • knee-high
        • lay-by
        • let fly
        • lie by
        • mai tai
        • mayfly
        • Moirai
        • Mumbai
        • necktie
        • nisi
        • outcry
        • pad thai
        • panfry
        • pigsty
        • Po Hai
        • potpie
        • Qinghai
        • rabbi
        • reply
        • rocaille
        • run dry
        • sand fly
        • Sendai
        • Shanghai
        • sheep's eye
        • Sinai
        • small-fry
        • standby
        • string tie
        • swear by
        • test-fly
        • tie-dye
        • tongue-tie
        • twist tie
        • untie
        • Versailles
        • well-nigh
        • whitefly
        • wise guy
        • agley
        • Alai
        • Altai
        • apply
        • aye-aye
        • Baha'i
        • barfly
        • Belgae
        • big lie
        • black tie
        • blow-dry
        • blowfly
        • Bo Hai
        • bonsai
        • Brunei
        • bugeye
        • canaille
        • catchfly
        • chess pie
        • cockshy
        • comply
        • crane fly
        • deadeye
        • deep-fry
        • deerfly
        • Delphi
        • descry
        • dong quai
        • drop by
        • elhi
        • espy
        • firefly
        • fly high
        • forby
        • frogeye
        • gadfly
        • get by
        • gi
        • good-bye
        • grisaille
        • Haggai
        • heel fly
        • hi-fi
        • horn fly
        • housefly
        • July
        • Kasai
        • lay by
        • Lehigh
        • Levi
        • magpie
        • Masai
        • medfly
        • mooneye
        • nearby
        • nilgai
        • outbye
        • oxeye
        • Panay
        • Parcae
        • pinkeye
        • pop fly
        • put by
        • quasi
        • rely
        • ride high
        • rough-dry
        • Sakai
        • sci-fi
        • set by
        • shanghai
        • shoofly
        • sky-high
        • stand by
        • stir-fry
        • supply
        • terai
        • thereby
        • titi
        • Transkei
        • two-ply
        • vat dye
        • walleye
        • whereby
        • wild rye
        3 syllables
        • black eye
        • dry eye
        • glass eye
        • Lanai
        • mao-tai
        • my eye
        • pop eye
        • rib eye
        • serai
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