How Many Syllables are in Hug | Divide Hug into Syllables

How many syllables are in hug? 1 syllable

Divide hug into syllables: hug

How to pronounce hug:
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Definition of: Hug (New window will open)

Words: huffs, huffy, hug, huge, hugely

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Synonyms and Words Related to Hug

hugs (1 syllables), bosom (2 Syllables), clinch (1 Syllables), embrace (2 Syllables), squeeze (1 Syllables) bite (1 syllables), bosom (2 syllables), clamp (1 syllables), clasp (1 syllables), clench (1 syllables), clinch (1 syllables), cling (1 syllables), clutch (1 syllables), cuddle (2 syllables), embrace (2 syllables), fondle (2 syllables), foothold (2 syllables), footing (2 syllables), grapple (2 syllables), grasp (1 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Hug

bug, bugg, bugge, chug, doug, drug, dug, hug, hugg, jug, klug, krug, lug, mug, plug, rug, rugg, schug, shrug, slug, smug, snug, sugg, thug, tug, ugh, zug

Two syllable words that rhyme with Hug

debug, unplug

Three syllable words that rhyme with Hug


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