Timor

How many syllables in Timor?

  914367258 syllables

Divide Timor into syllables:   Ti-mor
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1 syllable
  • boar
  • Bohr
  • chore
  • core
  • corr
  • dorr
  • flor
  • fore
  • glor
  • goar
  • hoar
  • laur
  • lor
  • mohr
  • more
  • oar
  • or's
  • Orr
  • pore
  • pour
  • s'more
  • score
  • snore
  • sore
  • store
  • thor
  • tore
  • war
  • wore
  • yore
  • Boer
  • bore
  • cor
  • corps
  • door
  • floor
  • for
  • four
  • glore
  • Gore
  • knorr
  • laure
  • lore
  • mor
  • nor
  • or
  • ore
  • por
  • porr
  • roar
  • saur
  • shore
  • soar
  • spore
  • swore
  • tor
  • torr
  • whore
  • worf
  • your
2 syllables
  • abhor
  • adore
  • amour
  • backdoor
  • Bangor
  • before
  • boarcite
  • centaur
  • decor
  • Dior
  • drawer
  • encore
  • eyesore
  • footsore
  • fourscore
  • galore
  • goarish
  • hardcore
  • ichor
  • implore
  • indoor
  • Lahore
  • lessor
  • Luxor
  • nearshore
  • offshore
  • outdoor
  • outscore
  • poreblind
  • psywar
  • restore
  • seafloor
  • seignior
  • senor
  • Seymour
  • smoothbore
  • subfloor
  • therefore
  • trapdoor
  • uproar
  • woodlore
  • ador
  • afore
  • ashore
  • bandore
  • bedsore
  • bezoar
  • bookstore
  • claymore
  • deplore
  • downpour
  • drugstore
  • explore
  • Fillmore
  • foreshore
  • Gabor
  • galores
  • hard-core
  • hog score
  • ignore
  • in-store
  • inshore
  • lakeshore
  • livor
  • Mysore
  • next-door
  • onshore
  • outpour
  • phosphor
  • postwar
  • rapport
  • savior
  • seashore
  • senhor
  • settlor
  • signor
  • soft-core
  • therefor
  • threescore
  • turgor
  • wherefore
3 syllables
6 syllables
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