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Country Rhymes

Each word below rhymes with the name of a country. Can you name the countries?
Some rhymes may vary in exactness, depending on slight pronunciation differences.
Last updated: March 06, 2019
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Rhyme
Country
Tuba
Cuba
Chance
France
Dryland
Thailand
Appall
Nepal
Doorway
Norway
Bad
Chad
Perky
Turkey
Rhyme
Country
Eighty
Haiti
Niece
Greece
Trivia
Bolivia
Myna
China
Zucchini
Eswatini
Lemon
Yemen
Zambia
Gambia
Rhyme
Country
Squeegee
Fiji
Pogo
Togo
Skinny
Guinea
Gordon
Jordan
Dungaree
Hungary
Azalea
Australia
Acacia
Croatia
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level 75
Nov 9, 2014
Lots of fun. Hope to see another one, maybe with cities or US states.
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level 83
Nov 13, 2014
No love for Namibia?
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level 61
Nov 13, 2014
Thanks for spotting that - I've changed the clue!
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level 71
Nov 14, 2014
Iceland and Ireland? Especially if you have Acacia/Croatia which is also an equal-2nd-syllable deal. Nice quiz!
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level 73
Oct 6, 2016
I'm not a native speaker, but all others don't have -ailand ending. Two syllables should rhyme. Dungaree is a bigger problem, it rhymes with Hungary only if you're in primary school and haven't learnt yet what rhyming actually is.
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level 59
Dec 18, 2016
Dungaree and Hungary works for me.
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level 73
Aug 11, 2017
you pronounce Dungaree with stress on first syllable?
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level 70
Oct 16, 2017
Yep, it's DUN-ga-ree.
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level 81
Nov 16, 2014
Acacia kept bugging me like I should've known it. It was sooooo familiar when I kept saying it. Glad I am home alone or people would've thought me nuts. "Acacia.. acacia... acacia.. acacia..."
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level 47
Jun 27, 2015
I wish we could like comments on here...
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level 46
Nov 14, 2016
I was doing the same thing until my partner yelled the answer at me.
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level 19
Jan 6, 2015
I won at the second time so close. ~.~
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level 78
Jan 11, 2015
hahaha....did anyone else chuckle when you got to "Bad Chad," and "Perky Turkey?"
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level 56
Sep 23, 2015
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level 51
May 23, 2019
I guessed chad right but figured it was pronounced like tsjaad not ched,now I know :)
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level 46
Jan 11, 2015
Only 56% for Lemon and Yemen! Great quiz
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level 67
Sep 22, 2016
I pronounce them as completely different words.
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level 43
Jan 11, 2015
I think you should accept Libya for Trivia
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level 76
Jan 11, 2015
Doesn't Zambia rhyme with Zambia?
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level 44
Jan 11, 2015
Maybe
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level 46
Feb 8, 2016
Technically yes, but it's considered a slant rhyme, which is not a 'real' rhyme. English is weird.
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level 52
Oct 14, 2016
That's what I kept thinking
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level 35
Feb 11, 2017
Um... how does it NOT rhyme with itself?
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level 51
May 23, 2019
I have never ever considered words to rhyme with themselves ( I dont know what the official stance is.) And I dont consider north-korea and south-korea to rhyme either..
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level 44
Jan 11, 2015
I got skinny by guessing azalea, that's probably my bad pronunciation :)
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level 48
Jan 11, 2015
How about accepting Malaysia for Acacia?
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level 65
Jan 11, 2015
I tried malaysia too!
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level 45
Jan 11, 2015
I tried Malaysia too!!
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level 21
Jun 6, 2016
Malaysia has a z-like sound toward the end whereas acacia is a-ka-sha
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level 51
May 23, 2019
I think they think it is pronounced a-case-ia instead of a-kah-sia
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level 66
Jan 12, 2015
and me too! Also, Namibia and Libya should work for trivia
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level 61
Jan 13, 2015
Only in a Taylor Swift song could Libya and Namibia rhyme with trivia (though I doubt she'd ever use either of those words). Libya and Namibia both rhyme with tibia. Bolivia rhymes with trivia.
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level 59
Dec 18, 2016
It seems some languages can interchange v & b. But not in English.
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level 65
Jan 11, 2015
Dungaree and Hungary don't have the same accented syllable.
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level 59
Dec 18, 2016
They do where I come from.
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level 51
Jan 11, 2015
I was typing 'Papua New GUINEA' the whole time for Skinny.. i'm so stupid..
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level 52
Dec 1, 2016
That is technically correct. You could also argue for Equatorial Guinea.
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level 50
Mar 19, 2017
Or guinea bissau
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level 51
May 23, 2019
bissau doesnt rhyme with skinny...
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level 43
Jan 11, 2015
Burma is no longer a country, They have since changed their name to Myanmar.
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level 67
Jan 12, 2015
Being from Croatia, it didn't even cross my mind...
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level 60
Jan 12, 2015
great, imaginative quiz, thanks
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level 56
Feb 7, 2015
maybe somalia for azalea ?
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level 51
May 23, 2019
I would agree, but apparently in english they officially say ahsaylia, not ahzahlia. Sounds kind of redneck/rural to me and not official proper at all. But well... looked it up, so it is what it is :) (you dont say day-lia for dahlia do you?)
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level 66
Apr 20, 2015
I don't really see how Azalea and Australia rhyme... It's probably just my accent but they sound similar but I wouldn't say that they rhyme at all.
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level 68
Jan 20, 2017
I agree...Azalea & Australia do not rhyme. They both end in an -alia sound, but the beginnings of each don't sound like each other.
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level 57
Jul 3, 2015
I think you should accept 'Equatorial Guinea' and 'Papua New Guinea' for 'Guinea', because they all rhyme with skinny.
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level 51
May 23, 2019
plus one
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level 43
Jul 16, 2015
Skinny Guinea... hey whatsa you got againsta di Italians huh?!
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level 27
Apr 8, 2016
Dryland almost got me!
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level 58
May 30, 2016
Papua New Guinea also rhymes with skinny
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level 34
Jun 5, 2016
In my small mind 'Acacia' is pronounced "Ack- A - Kay - A"...
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level 56
Jun 7, 2016
Guinea, does not rhyme with Skinny!
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level 60
May 13, 2017
Um, yeah it does!
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level 24
Jul 30, 2016
Since Zambia is a country it was kind of confusing...
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level 21
Sep 6, 2016
For Skinny, have you also accepted Equatorial Guinea?
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level 34
Sep 13, 2016
Nepal does not rhyme with appall. It is pronounced Nep-al. Take it from a Nepalese person
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level 60
May 13, 2017
True. But I guess in English, it is still pronounced to rhyme with appall. Even though that's appalling ignorance.
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level 47
Sep 14, 2016
In Philadelphia "bad" doesn't rhyme with "Chad".
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level 59
Dec 18, 2016
I'm trying to imagine how you can say these words so they don't rhyme. Can you explain?
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level 68
Jan 20, 2017
I'm not sure if I can write this, but if you exaggerate the a in bad (which is prevalent in certain areas of the Northeast & Midwest US), it sounds almost like two syllables: BAY-ad. Chad, on the other hand, is Chaaaaad...a very flat a.
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level 38
Sep 23, 2016
Acacia? Really?? I think you were getting desperate towards the end there!
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level 61
Sep 23, 2016
How so? Croatia: krōˈāSHə, Acacia: əˈkāSHə
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level 51
May 23, 2019
Looking at how other words are pronouned ( or englishized) in english I expected the english prononciation to be cro-ey-tia and not cro-ah-tia. And exception to the rule I guess.

edit.. ok you DO pronounce croatia just as I expected, but apparently you pronounce acacia differently.. which feels even more weird. Not a-kah-shia, but a-kay-shia

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level 63
Nov 7, 2016
Can Burma be replaced for something else? Since every quiz featured has Myanmar as the answer shown.
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level 60
May 13, 2017
Fun quiz. Had to really think. Got them all with 3 seconds on the clock :-) Kept typing in Papua New Guinea till I finally figured... Guinea!
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level 60
May 18, 2017
Niece > Belize?
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level 51
Aug 10, 2017
Weird - Dalmatia popped into my head for Acacia and thats how I ended up getting Croatia.
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level 39
Aug 21, 2017
I always thought Haiti was pronounced High-tee, but I guess I learnt something. Also, I though the squeegee clue had a hard g.
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level 24
Sep 8, 2018
I thought it was High-ee-tee
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level 70
Aug 26, 2017
I think Guinea-Bissau rhymes with Mongolia.
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level 51
May 23, 2019
guinea-bissaulia or mongo?
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level 44
Dec 28, 2017
I missed France, Fiji and Australia. But how is niece not belize??
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level 67
Feb 8, 2018
Good quiz, if you liked this try my 'Double Trouble Countries Quiz......here it is
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level 33
Mar 1, 2018
Does Ireland work for Dryland?
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level 51
May 23, 2019
No, i-land would, but it is ayur-land
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level 35
Mar 1, 2018
Would not accept Libya or Namibia to rhyme with trivia.
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level 51
May 23, 2019
it is not tribia, or namivia or livya
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level 58
Apr 30, 2018
I'm no english, but 80 with vatican city?
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level 68
May 10, 2018
In my head, all the answers were read in the voice of Andre the Giant as Fezzik, since he liked to rhyme. Anybody want a peanut?
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level 45
May 10, 2018
Technically Burma is called Myanmar now.
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level 30
Jun 14, 2018
Should accept Ireland as a rhyme for Dryland unless the pronunciation is different.
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level 75
Dec 17, 2018
if you pronounce it the same as island. but as the r changes it (slightly) it is close but not the same.
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level 51
May 23, 2019
not close at all, as close as beer and beggar (less close even maybe), missing a complete sound.
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level 61
Jun 8, 2019
Nah it's pretty close. Maybe some people pronounce the R but many don't.
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level 39
Jun 26, 2018
...eighty - haiti?...i don't think so...
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level 51
May 23, 2019
In english yes, they say hate-ee ( as in see) weird but true, we say ha-ee-ti
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level 63
Sep 16, 2018
Nambia anyone?
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level 51
May 23, 2019
v? do you say namiffia? or tribbia?
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level 45
Oct 13, 2018
I was thinking Libya for Trivia
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level 51
May 23, 2019
Do you say tribbia? or livya?
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level 66
Nov 28, 2018
Burma is no longer a name of a country.
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level 20
Mar 5, 2019
cool
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level 61
Mar 5, 2019
Updated with a replacement for Burma
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level 51
May 23, 2019
gordon jordan? Man why do you english speaking people even use vowels, if you dont distinguish between them (hmm I guess maybe some indeed dont gordn and jordn). I guess both are pronounced gorden jorden? gordun jordun?
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