How Many Syllables are in Major | Divide Major into Syllables

How many syllables are in major? 2 syllables

Divide major into syllables: ma-jor

How to pronounce major:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Major

majored (2 syllables), majoring (3 syllables), majorly (3 syllables), majors (2 syllables), better (2 Syllables), great (1 Syllables), leading(p) (2 Syllables), outstanding (3 Syllables), prima(p) (2 Syllables), star(p) (1 Syllables), starring(p) (2 Syllables), stellar(a) (3 Syllables) america (4 syllables), antipodes (4 syllables), antipsychotic (5 syllables), asteroid (3 syllables), bard (1 syllables), better (2 syllables), conductor (3 syllables), continent (3 syllables), curriculum (4 syllables), dangerous (3 syllables), director (3 syllables), doorkeeper (3 syllables), east (1 syllables), elegist (3 syllables), europe (2 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Major

ager, cager, crager, gauger, majer, major, pager, stager, wager, yager

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