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Pronunciation:

[ɐpɪlˈe͡ɪʃənz], [ɐpɪlˈe‍ɪʃənz], [ɐ_p_ɪ_l_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n_z]
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Synonyms for Appellations:

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Rhymes for Appellations:

  1. stations, nations;
  2. sensations, frustrations, mutations, relations, ovations, rotations, gyrations, citations, donations, durations, notations, vocations, privations, quotations, temptations, dalmatians, locations, vibrations, creations, translations, formations;
  3. deviations, complications, confirmations, alterations, publications, restorations, computations, concentrations, circulations, allegations, expectations, fabrications, inclinations, preparations, estimations, presentations, elevations, occupations, aspirations, delegations, medications, resignations, graduations, consultations, affirmations, irritations, decorations, terminations, invitations, conjugations, desecrations, consecrations, expirations, variations, explorations, declarations, designations, violations, compensations, celebrations, adaptations, cancellations, observations, correlations, recitations, confrontations, meditations, appalachians, federations, reputations, degradations, imitations, transformations, revelations, ministrations, combinations, speculations, applications, indications, fluctuations, stipulations, allocations, implications, destinations, proclamations, connotations, limitations, generations, condemnations, explanations, valuations, corporations, incarnations, accusations, congregations, deprivations, operations, litigations, separations, illustrations, situations, calculations, simulations, reservations, formulations, duplications, demonstrations, amputations, conversations, altercations, aberrations, inspirations, emanations, motivations, obligations, oscillations, exclamations, machinations, populations;
  4. discolorations, magnifications, representations, manifestations, insinuations, exaggerations, incorporations, examinations, anticipations, denunciations, communications, miscalculations, consolidations, interpretations, organizations, modifications, appropriations, accreditations, mobilizations, expropriations, evaluations, evacuations, associations, negotiations, improvisations, commemorations, determinations, preoccupations, considerations, inaugurations, deliberations, humiliations, interrogations, qualifications, denominations, classifications, congratulations, solicitations, imaginations, accumulations, approximations, justifications, certifications, affiliations, reverberations, configurations, originations, recommendations, pronunciations, investigations, authorizations, accommodations;
  5. misrepresentations, identifications, characterizations;

Adjectives for Appellations:

  • sensational and ambiguous,
  • local,
  • mildly degrading,
  • fitting biblical,
  • elegant and domestic,
  • complimentary and endearing,
  • clumsy and odious,
  • ancient and well-received,
  • stricter scientific,
  • current contemptuous,
  • outlandish and insolent,
  • mainly ancient,
  • conveniently anonymous,
  • common and appropriate,
  • religious posthumous,
  • specific botanical,
  • elegant appropriate,
  • french generic,
  • proper syrian,
  • common and meaningless,
  • possible aesthetic,
  • eminently literary,
  • naive and picturesque,
  • colloquial or humorous,
  • proper botanical,
  • absurdly childish,
  • distinct tribal,
  • long and significant,
  • own lengthy,
  • mildly contemptuous,
  • other contemptuous,
  • somewhat flattering,
  • other generic,
  • more fortuitous,
  • elegant and appropriate,
  • more profane,
  • almost worn-out,
  • particularly loathsome,
  • many trivial,
  • rather puzzling,
  • rather fanciful,
  • such dubious,
  • well-received,
  • more degrading,
  • more distinctive,
  • so-called scientific,
  • same universal,
  • brain-damaged,
  • such stupid,
  • once familiar,
  • old celtic,
  • other familiar,
  • own royal,
  • such common,
  • other national,
  • unenviable,
  • certain general,
  • more convenient,
  • certain definite,
  • sundry other,
  • more ordinary,
  • far different,
  • unscientific,
  • more intimate,
  • dynastic,
  • last-mentioned,
  • fortuitous,
  • sanctified,
  • time-honored,
  • germanic,
  • piratical,
  • irreverent,
  • fraternal,
  • unpopular,
  • wisest,
  • civilised,
  • old-world,
  • ironic,
  • puzzling,
  • sensational,
  • variable,
  • pungent,
  • syrian,
  • uncanny,
  • aesthetic,
  • heartless,
  • naive,
  • worn-out,
  • similar impersonal,
  • unfamiliar royal,
  • incongruous, romantic,
  • modern clumsy,
  • endearing and affectionate,
  • winded superstitious,
  • divine heathen,
  • distinctive sectional,
  • less heathen,
  • hideous vulgar,
  • trivial and local,
  • egyptian ethnical,
  • anagramatical,
  • vulgar suggestive,
  • appropriate equestrian,
  • appropriate fashionable,
  • little war-like,
  • doubtfully attractive or desirable,
  • doubtfully attractive,
  • deathless other,
  • intentionally significant,
  • former plebeian,
  • aristocratically romantic,
  • endearing and fanciful,
  • decidedly enigmatical,
  • domestic and delicate,
  • deserving generic,
  • identifiable specific,
  • former generic,
  • superstitious and haughty,
  • now unjust,
  • old, hard-earned,
  • sponsorial or baptismal,
  • sponsorial,
  • poetic aztec,
  • oft-repeated endearing,
  • personal or baptismal,
  • mysterious seventy-two,
  • numerous colloquial,
  • convenient sociological,
  • comprehensive specific,
  • strange or ferocious,
  • attractive or desirable,
  • significant and poetic,
  • generally familiar,
  • familiar and humble,
  • distinctive and honorable,
  • noble or graceful,
  • uncouth but expressive,
  • contemptuous quizzical,
  • respectful and endearing,
  • intimate or personal,
  • wholly truthful,
  • possible feminine,
  • original heathen,
  • strict paternal,
  • older specific,
  • familiar satiric,
  • regular and serious,
  • honorable or dishonorable,
  • usual tibetan,
  • soft and flattering,
  • older racial,
  • other idiosyncratic,
  • classical and ancient,
  • sufficiently distinctive,
  • present distinctive,
  • popular descriptive,
  • various high-sounding,
  • harsh and injurious,
  • real and legal,
  • similar endearing,
  • broad comprehensive,
  • present correct,
  • quaint and graphic,
  • senseless and absurd,
  • various barbarous,
  • vulgar and prosaic,
  • own grandiloquent,
  • various distinctive,
  • truly patrician,
  • simply local,
  • royal or other,
  • clear and familiar,
  • barbarous and uncouth,
  • merely honorary,
  • happy and appropriate,
  • other impertinent,
  • terrible and glorious,
  • different irish,
  • special sacred,
  • plain german,
  • single racial,
  • sponsorial,
  • familiar and affectionate,
  • rather material,
  • general or common,
  • now current,
  • frequent local,
  • own barbaric,
  • somewhat hackneyed,
  • more ecclesiastical,
  • such resounding,
  • other descriptive,
  • other and various,
  • somewhat uncommon,
  • nearly correct,
  • poetical and romantic,
  • great distinctive,
  • same generic,
  • many injurious,
  • various fanciful,
  • old divine,
  • such suggestive,
  • less distinctive,
  • generic and specific,
  • ordinary spanish,
  • other teutonic,
  • same odious,
  • such endearing,
  • new poetical,
  • more mystic,
  • same distinctive,
  • somewhat general,
  • real original,
  • true ancient,
  • same respectful,
  • higher military,
  • less polite,
  • other distinctive,
  • other vile,
  • true native,
  • less usual,
  • distinct and peculiar,
  • common and familiar,
  • several significant,
  • rather indefinite,
  • common german,
  • more obnoxious,
  • other poetical,
  • almost grotesque,
  • more decorative,
  • such ingenious,
  • original native,
  • rather dramatic,
  • fond and foolish,
  • popular french,
  • more secular,
  • same vague,
  • more classical,
  • less significant,
  • such fanciful,
  • same royal,
  • uncanonical,
  • cold and distant,
  • other different,
  • more genteel,
  • more expressive,
  • less pleasing,
  • more reputable,
  • somewhat obscure,
  • such romantic,
  • other petty,
  • more disagreeable,
  • mere local,
  • somewhat vague,
  • somewhat singular,
  • ethnical,
  • self-chosen,
  • such pure,
  • own real,
  • ancient irish,
  • own humble,
  • discourteous,
  • unsentimental,
  • hare-brained,
  • sycophantic,
  • cut-throat,
  • many local,
  • more correct,
  • preferable,
  • still worse,
  • more pleasing,
  • other female,
  • grandiloquent,
  • more romantic,
  • such personal,
  • war-like,
  • unmusical,
  • idiosyncratic,
  • more distinct,
  • more significant,
  • more elegant,
  • more respectable,
  • more usual,
  • more satisfactory,
  • inclusive,
  • well-deserved,
  • quizzical,
  • pre-eminent,
  • hard-earned,
  • more permanent,
  • own native,
  • more obvious,
  • enigmatical,
  • more refined,
  • dishonorable,
  • demoniacal,
  • more formal,
  • equestrian,
  • cursory,
  • satiric,
  • hackneyed,
  • own proper,
  • trite,
  • abusive,
  • such terrible,
  • unfavorable,
  • symbolical,
  • sociological,
  • incorrect,
  • flippant,
  • distasteful,
  • sectional,
  • captivating,
  • unsavory,
  • rougher,
  • curt,
  • old familiar,
  • seventy-two,
  • old french,
  • tibetan,
  • gratifying,
  • jubilant,
  • patrician,
  • sylvan,
  • culinary,
  • unkind,
  • median,
  • far-famed,
  • ironical,
  • scrupulous,
  • truthful,
  • tartar,
  • reverent,
  • inflated,
  • mythological,
  • evangelical,
  • graver,
  • transcendent,
  • satirical,
  • decorous,
  • provisional,
  • unreal,
  • graphic,
  • virile,
  • scholastic,
  • nautical,
  • world-wide,
  • undesirable,
  • counterfeit,
  • deceitful,
  • refreshing,
  • blissful,
  • outlandish,
  • matrimonial,
  • many such,
  • chivalrous,
  • uncompromising,
  • biblical,
  • incongruous,
  • genteel,
  • geographical,
  • parental,
  • spurious,
  • republican,
  • impersonal,
  • unjust,
  • scandalous,
  • impertinent,
  • unaccustomed,
  • pastoral,
  • harmonious,
  • own personal,
  • prophetic,
  • strangest,
  • tenth,
  • prosaic,
  • indefinite,
  • courteous,
  • charitable,
  • symbolic,
  • profane,
  • whimsical,
  • alarming,
  • barbaric,
  • unworthy,
  • lengthy,
  • austere,
  • decorative,
  • superstitious,
  • malicious,
  • academic,
  • senseless,
  • desirable,
  • corporate,
  • trivial,
  • aforesaid,
  • gothic,
  • renowned,
  • verbal,
  • unlucky,
  • civilized,
  • exclusive,
  • satisfactory,
  • ponderous,
  • ferocious,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • logical,
  • negative,
  • fragrant,
  • energetic,
  • dearest,
  • historic,
  • ingenious,
  • precise,
  • gross,
  • frightful,
  • impressive,
  • endearing and familiar,
  • recent and peculiar,
  • vague and decent,
  • new monarchial,
  • unique, authentic,
  • scriptural or classic,
  • local or characteristic,
  • binomial or trinomial,
  • descriptive and distinctive,
  • high-sounding religious,
  • somewhat unromantic,
  • sufficiently affectionate,
  • new regal,
  • mere colloquial,
  • accidental human,
  • single ethnic,
  • familiar and endearing,
  • various honorable,
  • fantastic and romantic,
  • ill mannered,
  • poetical and figurative,
  • more scornful,
  • other figurative,
  • legal and popular,
  • sentential,
  • altogether inappropriate,
  • characteristic oriental,
  • trinomial,
  • own secular,
  • true and ancient,
  • such aristocratic,
  • purely french,
  • certain singular,
  • more endearing,
  • mere fanciful,
  • binomial,
  • more classic,
  • various individual,
  • more ignoble,
  • more poetical,
  • monarchial,
  • much harder,
  • more philosophical,
  • own familiar,
  • less formal,
  • alliterative,
  • such natural,
  • mannered,
  • conventual,
  • topical,
  • more suitable,
  • invidious,
  • incontestable,
  • undeserved,
  • kindest,
  • several different,
  • abbreviated,
  • erroneous,
  • specious,
  • threefold,
  • proudest,
  • heretical,
  • patriarchal,
  • prevalent,
  • reputable,
  • grandiose,
  • baleful,
  • floral,
  • melodious,
  • emphatic,
  • servile,
  • harder,
  • jovial,
  • nominal,
  • ignoble,
  • arbitrary,
  • secular,
  • lame,
  • juvenile,
  • authentic,
  • uncommon,
  • fortunate,
  • especial,
  • doubtful,
  • philosophical,
  • intimate,
  • childish,
  • grotesque,
  • secondary,
  • fashionable,
  • loving,
  • jewish,
  • superb,
  • fantastic,
  • fond diminutive,
  • corrupt and familiar,
  • beloved and significant,
  • descriptive and accurate,
  • pleasing and classical,
  • amiable and enviable,
  • explicit national,
  • distinctive specific,
  • pleasing and fanciful,
  • various swedish,
  • own baptismal,
  • several obliging,
  • somewhat misleading,
  • countless similar,
  • many analogous,
  • somewhat ambiguous,
  • such familiar,
  • rather startling,
  • many charming,
  • ornithological,
  • rather strange,
  • derogatory,
  • briefer,
  • more worthy,
  • other local,
  • ungracious,
  • ancient and modern,
  • felicitous,
  • undistinguished,
  • more common,
  • enviable,
  • business-like,
  • numerical,
  • resounding,
  • earthy,
  • obliging,
  • every-day,
  • canine,
  • feigned,
  • second-hand,
  • invariable,
  • insulting,
  • regional,
  • suggestive,
  • showy,
  • paternal,
  • racial,
  • loathsome,
  • shocking,
  • exalted,
  • swedish,
  • disagreeable,
  • diminutive,
  • eccentric,
  • abstract,
  • ominous,
  • refined,
  • haughty,
  • accurate,
  • triumphant,
  • amiable,
  • sinister,
  • sexual,
  • venerable,
  • pious,
  • customary,
  • dutch,
  • oldest,
  • worthy,
  • coarse,
  • vague but familiar,
  • equal and familiar,
  • corrupt and modern,
  • vicious or untoward,
  • harsh and obscure,
  • particular and distinctive,
  • new and significant,
  • less honorable,
  • own distinctive,
  • more vulgar,
  • more lofty,
  • more honorable,
  • inauspicious,
  • merely human,
  • dulcet,
  • jocose,
  • unromantic,
  • harsher,
  • untoward,
  • inconsistent,
  • more general,
  • aztec,
  • ethnic,
  • scriptural,
  • dutiful,
  • episcopal,
  • humiliating,
  • improper,
  • various other,
  • grecian,
  • phantom,
  • mournful,
  • masculine,
  • mystic,
  • colonial,
  • canadian,
  • liberal,
  • casual,
  • picturesque,
  • vicious,
  • corresponding,
  • perpetual,
  • mortal,
  • equal,
  • obscure,
  • unfortunate,
  • current,
  • false,
  • imperial,
  • western,
  • convenient and modern,
  • ancient and modest,
  • thy generic,
  • various endearing,
  • lofty and royal,
  • next distinctive,
  • gently sarcastic,
  • present well-known,
  • original celtic,
  • more orthodox,
  • more aristocratic,
  • more sacred,
  • more fitting,
  • adventitious,
  • heathenish,
  • titular,
  • misleading,
  • posthumous,
  • own peculiar,
  • ambiguous,
  • sarcastic,
  • other such,
  • commonest,
  • obnoxious,
  • ludicrous,
  • regal,
  • tribal,
  • playful,
  • everyday,
  • comprehensive,
  • meaningless,
  • shorter,
  • warlike,
  • orthodox,
  • infamous,
  • startling,
  • triple,
  • many other,
  • sundry,
  • hideous,
  • constant,
  • bare,
  • female,
  • military,
  • vague and common,
  • vigorous and offensive,
  • less odious,
  • more sonorous,
  • emphatical,
  • more humble,
  • fit,
  • colloquial,
  • more popular,
  • jocular,
  • burlesque,
  • complimentary,
  • apt,
  • degrading,
  • cordial,
  • plausible,
  • moorish,
  • aristocratic,
  • oriental,
  • vigorous,
  • harsh,
  • literary,
  • fatal,
  • divine,
  • chinese,
  • charming,
  • awful,
  • social,
  • magnificent,
  • old and well beloved,
  • lofty and sonorous,
  • sufficiently natural,
  • again various,
  • far gentler,
  • new and singular,
  • well beloved,
  • more respectful,
  • botanical,
  • analogous,
  • insipid,
  • celtic,
  • humorous,
  • heathen,
  • arrogant,
  • worse,
  • legal,
  • graceful,
  • decent,
  • professional,
  • additional,
  • italian,
  • compact distinctive,
  • fickle and ridiculously absurd,
  • ridiculously absurd,
  • synonymous,
  • more proper,
  • ignominious,
  • fickle,
  • aboriginal,
  • scornful,
  • pompous,
  • collective,
  • insolent,
  • several other,
  • poetic,
  • clumsy,
  • permanent,
  • pretentious, detestable,
  • mellifluous,
  • figurative,
  • facetious,
  • gentler,
  • teutonic,
  • pretentious,
  • detestable,
  • barbarous,
  • hateful,
  • temporary,
  • bad,
  • sometimes endearing,
  • familiar and sometimes endearing,
  • inappropriate,
  • hereditary,
  • polite,
  • correct,
  • genuine,
  • odd,
  • double,
  • numerous,
  • sectarian,
  • honorary,
  • injurious,
  • sonorous,
  • disgraceful,
  • kindred,
  • feminine,
  • sublime,
  • beloved,
  • traditional,
  • universal,
  • irish,
  • older,
  • happy,
  • gentle,
  • uncouth,
  • provincial,
  • illustrious,
  • fond,
  • convenient,
  • suitable,
  • frequent,
  • new,
  • plebeian,
  • milder,
  • rightful,
  • respective,
  • primitive,
  • natural,
  • many similar,
  • offensive,
  • corrupt,
  • heroic,
  • absurd,
  • ridiculous,
  • respectable,
  • unusual,
  • spanish,
  • paradoxical,
  • fanciful,
  • pleasing,
  • romantic,
  • high-sounding,
  • more appropriate,
  • other similar,
  • respectful,
  • affectionate,
  • technical,
  • expressive,
  • lofty,
  • scientific,
  • higher,
  • special,
  • quaint and equivocal,
  • equivocal,
  • fitting,
  • distinct,
  • noble,
  • territorial,
  • softer,
  • fictitious,
  • characteristic,
  • particular,
  • favorite,
  • well-known,
  • also fairy,
  • fairy,
  • royal,
  • curious,
  • true,
  • simple,
  • turkish,
  • classic,
  • sacred,
  • flattering,
  • official,
  • humble,
  • french,
  • strange,
  • more familiar,
  • classical,
  • ordinary,
  • modest,
  • local,
  • proud,
  • descriptive,
  • contemptuous,
  • native,
  • formal,
  • poetical,
  • specific,
  • usual,
  • personal,
  • odious,
  • quaint,
  • baptismal,
  • glorious,
  • former,
  • peculiar,
  • singular,
  • original,
  • similar,
  • significant,
  • endearing,
  • modern,
  • vague,
  • national,
  • honorable,
  • vulgar,
  • appropriate,
  • popular,
  • generic,
  • various,
  • present,
  • ancient,
  • different,
  • proper,
  • general,
  • distinctive,
  • familiar,
  • common.
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