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1. sire (Noun)

24 synonyms
# Word Frequency Likes Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. ancestor 3.09 8 letters 30 synonyms
2. antecedent 0.4 10 letters 60 synonyms
3. ascendant 0.74 9 letters 20 synonyms
4. billy goat 7.03 9 letters 4 synonyms
5. buck 10.2 4 letters 71 synonym
6. bull 21.9 4 letters 43 synonyms
7. dam 14.8 3 letters 41 synonym
8. eminence 1.62 8 letters 84 synonyms
9. emperor 17.8 7 letters 20 synonyms
10. father 182 6 letters 65 synonyms
11. forbear 0.1 7 letters 41 synonym
12. forebear 0.07 8 letters 14 synonyms
13. forefather 0.1 10 letters 23 synonyms
14. founder 28.8 7 letters 59 synonyms
15. highness 2.19 8 letters 13 synonyms
16. king 148 4 letters 55 synonyms
17. lord 126 4 letters 52 synonyms
18. majesty 11.2 7 letters 35 synonyms
19. mother 174 6 letters 39 synonyms
20. parenten.synonym.one 37.2 6 letters 40 synonyms
21. predecessor 6.61 11 letters 19 synonyms
22. primogenitor 0 12 letters 13 synonyms
23. progenitor 0.69 10 letters 26 synonyms
24. queen 72.4 5 letters 55 synonyms
3 definitions
sire (Noun) —   A title of address formerly used for a man of rank and authority
sire (Noun) —   The founder of a family 1 example
1. ex. "keep the faith of our sires"
sire (Noun) —   Male parent of an animal especially a domestic animal such as a horse
9 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. ancestor 8 letters 30 synonyms
2. antecedent 10 letters 60 synonyms
3. ascendant 9 letters 20 synonyms
4. ascendent 9 letters 6 synonyms
5. lord 4 letters 52 synonyms
6. male 4 letters 16 synonyms
7. noble 5 letters 118 synonyms
8. nobleman 8 letters 14 synonyms
9. root 4 letters 147 synonyms
1 type
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. patriarch 9 letters 20 synonyms

2. sire (Verb)

17 synonyms
# Word Frequency Likes Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. beget 0.25 5 letters 23 synonyms
2. breed 12 5 letters 71 synonym
3. bring forth 22.1 10 letters 32 synonyms
4. conceive 2.51 8 letters 91 synonym
5. create 105 6 letters 79 synonyms
6. engender 0.43 8 letters 33 synonyms
7. father 182 6 letters 65 synonyms
8. generate 16.6 8 letters 37 synonyms
9. get 1910 3 letters 175 synonyms
10. hatch 6.61 5 letters 70 synonyms
11. occasion 24 8 letters 95 synonyms
12. originate 2.34 9 letters 80 synonyms
13. parent 37.2 6 letters 40 synonyms
14. procreate 0.35 9 letters 21 synonym
15. produce 60.3 7 letters 140 synonyms
16. quicken 0.72 7 letters 56 synonyms
17. spawn 2.4 5 letters 23 synonyms
1 definition
sire (Verb) —   Make children 1 example
1. ex. "Abraham sired Isaac"
2 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. create 6 letters 79 synonyms
2. make 4 letters 207 synonyms
7 misspelling
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ancestor, antecedent, ascendant, billy goat, buck, en.synonym.one, bull, dam, eminence, emperor, father, forbear, forebear, forefather, founder, highness, king, lord, majesty, mother, parent, predecessor, primogenitor, progenitor, queen, beget, breed, bring forth, conceive, create, en.synonym.one, engender, father, generate, get, hatch, occasion, originate, parent, procreate, produce, quicken, spawn.
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