What is the rhyming word of moan?

What is the rhyming word of moan?

‘moan’ may also rhyme with: blown · boan · boehne · boen · bohn · bohne · bone · bown · bowne · clone… 2021 · bone · braun · brawn · clone · cone · dawn · done · drawn · drone… bloem · blohm · blome · bone · chrome · clomb · comb · combe · dohme · dome…

Which language has richest vocabulary?

Counting the Words in the Dictionary

Language Words in the Dictionary
English 171,476
Russian 150,000
Spanish 93,000
Chinese 85,568

Which Indian language is oldest?

Sanskrit (5000 years old) Sanskrit is a widely spoken language in India. Almost all the ancient manuscripts of Hindusim, Jainism and Buddhism were written in this language.

What is the world’s first language?


What is the softest language?

Italian language

What is the hardest language in the world?

1. Mandarin Chinese. Interestingly, the hardest language to learn is also the most widely spoken native language in the world.

Can Japanese people read Chinese?

The correct answer is that if you can read Japanese, you have a good chance at reading classical Chinese. In fact, reading classical Chinese is taught in Japanese high school with no assumption of fluency in Chinese. This may give some students the false notion that modern Chinese is readable if you can read Japanese.

Can Japanese have blue eyes?

While it’s quite uncommon to see a Japanese person with blue eyes as previously noted, it does happen, especially in northern parts of Japan. You also see more people with hazel eyes in southwestern/Kyushu parts of Japan.

Are Japanese related to Chinese?

A recent study (2018) shows that the Japanese are predominantly descendants of the Yayoi people and are closely related to other modern East Asians, especially Koreans and Han Chinese. It is estimated that the majority of Japanese only has about 12% Jōmon ancestry or even less.

Is Kanji just Chinese?

They are used alongside the Japanese syllabic scripts hiragana and katakana. The Japanese term kanji for the Chinese characters literally means “Han characters”. It is written with the same characters as in Traditional Chinese to refer to the character writing system, hanzi (漢字)….

Unicode alias Han