How Many Syllables are in Lung | Divide Lung into Syllables

How many syllables are in lung? 1 syllable

Divide lung into syllables: lung

How to pronounce lung:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Lung

lunged (1 syllables), lunging (2 syllables), lungs (1 syllables), (0 Syllables) anoxia (4 syllables), anthracosis (4 syllables), aqualung (3 syllables), ards (2 syllables), aspiration (4 syllables), bathysphere (3 syllables), bends (1 syllables), breath (1 syllables), chilblain (2 syllables), cough (1 syllables), croup (1 syllables), emphysema (4 syllables), expiration (4 syllables), frostbite (2 syllables), gasp (1 syllables),

One syllable words that rhyme with Lung

bung, chung, clung, dung, flung, fung, gung, hung, junge, kung, kyung, lung, myung, phung, pung, rung, slung, sprung, strung, stung, sung, swung, tongue, tung, ung, wrung, young, yung

Two syllable words that rhyme with Lung

among, hsiung, mcclung, nueyung, unsung

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