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Correct spelling: rose

Rose \r(o)-se\

Meaning:
rose
Origin:
Latin
Details:
Rose as a girl's name is pronounced rohz. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Rose is "rose". Flower name. The name, which the Normans brought to Britain in the 11th century, can also be traced to the Old German words "hros" meaning "horse", or "hrod" meaning "fame, renown". The flower meaning is possibly more valid, given the Christian symbolic meaning of the rose. The "rosa mystica" is the Virgin Mary. An elaboration, Rosario is popular in Spain. Actress Rosario Dawson; TV talk show host Rosie O'Donnell.
Related names:
Rosabel, Rosae, Rosalyn, Roseanne, rosemary.
Meaning:
ross, Rosabel, Rosae, Rosalyn, Roseanne, rosemary, Rosse, rise, Rosee, Ros.
Variants:
Rhoda, rosa, Rosalie, Rosalind, Roza, Zita, Roslyn, Ruzena, Rasia, Ruzha, Rasya, Rasja, rosita, Rosetta, Rosena, Ruza, Rhodea, Rhodia, Rhody, Rosey, Roze, rosy, Rosella, rosette, Rosie, Rosina, Rosalia, Roselia, Rosalina, Rosalin, Rosaleen, Rosaline, roselle, Rozalie, Rozele, Rozella, Rozaline, Rosalinn, Rosalynn, Rosanie, Roselina, Roseline, Rasine, Rosenah, Rosene, Rosheen, Rosine, Rosio, Rozalyne, Rozene, Rozina, Rozsa, Rozsi, Rozsika, Rozy, Ruzenka, Ruzsa.
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Rhymes for rose:

  1. bose, close, clothes, doze, hose, nose, pose, prose, throes, beaus, boes, brose, chose, froze, joes, noes, o's, slows, those, crows, boase, mose, jos, goes, bows, grows, flows, pros, foes, shows, blows, rows, hoes, sews, glows, throws, knows, tows, ohs, cose, ose, rohs, woes, pows, crose, gose, lo's, lows, moes, ngos, owes, roes, sows, toes, vose, lowes, bowes, snows;
  2. compose, depose, disclose, dispose, enclose, expose, foreclose, impose, oppose, propose, repose, suppose, transpose, arose, stavros, dubose, forgoes, bestows, tarots, plainclothes;
  3. decompose, interpose, juxtapose, predispose, presuppose, reimpose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;
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