Rhymes with chino

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Two-syllable rhymes

  • mino — Minho.
  • nino — boy; child.
  • reno — Informal. a renovation, as of a building or room.
  • wino — a person who is addicted to wine, especially a derelict.
  • dino — (informal) dinosaur.
  • fino — a pale, very dry sherry of Spain.
  • gino — a male given name.
  • keno — a game of chance, adapted from lotto for gambling purposes.
  • leno — Also called leno weave, gauze weave. a weave structure in which paired warp yarns are intertwined in a series of figure eights and filling yarn is passed through each of the interstices so formed, producing a firm, open mesh.
  • lino — linoleum.

Three-syllable rhymes

  • amino — of, consisting of, or containing the group of atoms -NH2
  • aquino — Corazón, known as Cory. 1933–2009, Philippine stateswoman: president (1986–92)
  • arpino — Gerald (Peter) 1928–2008, U.S. choreographer.
  • bambino — a young child, esp an Italian one
  • calvino — Italo. 1923–85, Italian novelist and short-story writer. His works include Our Ancestors (1960) and Invisible Cities (1972)
  • casino — A casino is a building or room where people play gambling games such as roulette.
  • cassino — a card game for two to four players in which players pair cards from their hands with others exposed on the table
  • ladino — Also called Judeo-Spanish, Judezmo. a Romance language of Sephardic Jews, based on Old Spanish and written in the Hebrew script.
  • latino — of or relating to people of Latin-American descent: Latino business owners; Latino audiences; the Latino community; Latino immigrants.
  • marinoDaniel Constantine ("Dan") born 1961, U.S. football player.
  • merino — (often initial capital letter) one of a breed of sheep, raised originally in Spain, valued for their fine wool.
  • neutrino — any of the massless or nearly massless electrically neutral leptons. There is a distinct kind of neutrino associated with each of the massive leptons.
  • pacino — Al, full name Alfredo James Pacino. born 1940, US film actor; his films include The Godfather (1972), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Scent of a Woman (1992), for which he won an Oscar, and Insomnia (2002)
  • sandino — Augusto (César) [ou-goos-taw se-sahr] /aʊˈgus tɔ ˈsɛ sɑr/ (Show IPA), 1893–1934, Nicaraguan revolutionary leader.
  • torino — Turin.
  • trevinoLee ("Super Mex") born 1939, U.S. golfer.
  • vizcaino — Sebastián [Spanish se-vahs-tyahn] /Spanish ˌsɛ vɑsˈtyɑn/ (Show IPA), 1550?–1628? Spanish explorer in the Americas.

Four-or-more syllable rhymes

  • andantino — (to be performed) slightly faster, or slightly more slowly, than andante
  • angeleno — a native or inhabitant of Los Angeles
  • cappuccino — Cappuccino is coffee which is made using milk and has froth and sometimes powdered chocolate on top.
  • cupertino — a town in W California.
  • filipino — a native or inhabitant of the Philippines.
  • jalapeno — a hot green or orange-red pepper, the fruit of a variety of Capsicum annuum, used especially in Mexican cooking.
  • maraschino — a sweet cordial or liqueur distilled from marascas.
  • mendocinoCape, a cape in NW California: the westernmost point in California.
  • palomino — a horse with a golden coat, a white mane and tail, and often white markings on the face and legs, developed chiefly in the southwestern U.S.
  • san marino — a small republic in E Italy: the oldest independent country in Europe. 38 sq. mi. (98 sq. km). Capital: San Marino.
  • tarantino — Quentin. born 1963, US film director and screenwriter, noted for violent quirky dramas including Reservoir Dogs (1993), Pulp Fiction (1994), Jackie Brown (1998), the two parts of Kill Bill (2003, 2004), Inglourious Basterds (2009), and Django Unchained (2012)
  • valentinoRudolph (Rodolpho d'Antonguolla) 1895–1926, U.S. motion-picture actor, born in Italy.
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