How many syllables are in naive? 2 syllables

Divide naive into syllables: na-ive

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Synonyms and Words Related to Naive

naively (3 syllables), naives (1 syllables), artless (2 Syllables), callow (2 Syllables), childlike (2 Syllables), credulous (3 Syllables), dewy-eyed (3 Syllables), fleeceable (3 Syllables), green (1 Syllables), gullible (3 Syllables), ignorant (3 Syllables), immature (3 Syllables), inexperienced (5 Syllables), ingenuous (4 Syllables), innocent (3 Syllables), naif (2 Syllables), simple (2 Syllables), simple-minded (4 Syllables), unsophisticated (6 Syllables), unworldly (3 Syllables), wide-eyed (1 Syllables) artless (2 syllables), benighted (3 syllables), callow (2 syllables), childlike (2 syllables), confiding (3 syllables), deludable (4 syllables), dewy (2 syllables), dewy-eyed (3 syllables), dupable (3 syllables), fleeceable (3 syllables), green (1 syllables), guileless (2 syllables), gullible (3 syllables), ignorant (3 syllables), immature (3 syllables),

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