How Many Syllables are in Potato | Divide Potato into Syllables

How many syllables are in potato? 3 syllables

Divide potato into syllables: po-ta-to

How to pronounce potato:
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Synonyms and Words Related to Potato

potatos (3 syllables), irish potato (5 Syllables), murphy (2 Syllables), solanum tuberosum (7 Syllables), spud (1 Syllables), tater (2 Syllables), white potato (4 Syllables), white potato (4 Syllables), white potato vine (5 Syllables) cabbage (2 syllables), chip (1 syllables), crisp (1 syllables), greens (1 syllables), groundnut (2 syllables), kraut (1 syllables), latke (2 syllables), manroot (2 syllables), murphy (2 syllables), ocarina (4 syllables), pungapung (3 syllables), rhinophyma (4 syllables), rosette (2 syllables), scammonyroot (4 syllables), solanaceae (5 syllables),

Two syllable words that rhyme with Potato

saito

Three syllable words that rhyme with Potato

potato, tomato

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