idae


idae
ac·mae·idae;
ac·ri·di·idae;
an·i·li·idae;
avic·u·la·ri·idae;
blen·ni·idae;
bron·to·the·ri·idae;
cae·ci·li·idae;
cal·lich·thy·idae;
can·cel·la·ri·idae;
car·cha·ri·idae;
cer·i·thi·idae;
chal·i·co·the·ri·idae;
cic·o·ni·idae;
cith·e·ro·ni·idae;
cixi·idae;
co·chle·a·ri·idae;
coe·na·gri·idae;
co·li·idae;
cor·a·ci·idae;
cor·al·li·idae;
cu·cu·ma·ri·idae;
cy·ma·ti·idae;
cyn·thi·idae;
dex·i·idae;
di·o·me·de·idae;
do·li·idae;
dus·su·mie·ri·idae;
ei·me·ri·idae;
el·lo·bi·idae;
el·y·si·idae;
em·bi·idae;
en·chy·trae·idae;
ep·i·to·ni·idae;
er·y·thrae·idae;
ev·a·ni·idae;
fil·a·ri·idae;
fis·tu·la·ri·idae;
flos·cu·la·ri·idae;
for·mi·ca·ri·idae;
fur·na·ri·idae;
gal·ax·i·idae;
ga·le·idae;
gas·ter·o·ste·idae;
gas·tro·ste·idae;
gel·e·chi·idae;
glos·si·pho·ni·idae;
go·bi·idae;
gom·pho·the·ri·idae;
gor·di·idae;
grac·i·la·ri·idae;
gru·idae;
he·le·idae;
hel·i·co·ni·idae;
hes·per·i·idae;
het·er·o·pi·idae;
hol·op·ty·chi·idae;
hol·o·thu·ri·idae;
hy·dro·phi·idae;
hy·no·bi·idae;
icos·te·idae;
idae·in;
id·i·o·se·pi·idae;
il·y·si·idae;
in·cur·va·ri·idae;
it·o·nid·idae;
kuh·li·idae;
la·mel·la·ri·idae;
la·mi·idae;
la·ni·idae;
la·ri·idae;
lath·ri·di·idae;
lat·i·me·ri·idae;
lep·i·do·ste·idae;
lep·i·sos·te·idae;
lib·y·the·idae;
lin·y·phi·idae;
liph·i·sti·idae;
lith·o·si·idae;
lo·phi·idae;
lor·i·ca·ri·idae;
ly·gae·idae;
ly·man·tri·idae;
lym·nae·idae;
ly·o·ne·ti·idae;
mai·idae;
man·te·idae;
mega·po·di·idae;
mel·a·ni·idae;
meso·ve·li·idae;
met·o·pi·idae;
nas·sa·ri·idae;
nec·ta·ri·ni·idae;
ne·re·idae;
nyc·te·ri·bi·idae;
on·chi·di·idae;
ophi·di·idae;
opis·thor·chi·idae;
os·tra·ci·idae;
ota·ri·idae;
palaeo·the·ri·idae;
pal·in·ge·ni·idae;
pam·phi·li·idae;
pe·ne·idae;
peri·di·ni·idae;
phyl·lo·dro·mi·idae;
pla·gi·or·chi·idae;
plan·a·ri·idae;
plas·mo·di·idae;
plo·ce·idae;
ploi·a·ri·idae;
plu·mu·la·ri·idae;
plu·si·idae;
po·da·li·ri·idae;
poe·ci·li·idae;
pro·ca·vi·idae;
pro·cel·la·ri·idae;
psy·cho·mi·idae;
pte·ri·idae;
py·gi·di·idae;
raph·i·di·idae;
red·u·vi·idae;
rhe·idae;
sab·el·la·ri·idae;
sac·co·my·idae;
sat·ur·ni·idae;
scal·a·ri·idae;
scar·a·be·idae;
se·pi·idae;
se·si·idae;
si·pho·na·ri·idae;
so·le·idae;
sphae·ri·idae;
spon·gi·idae;
suc·ci·ne·idae;
su·idae;
syl·vi·idae;
tae·ni·idae;
tar·si·idae;
tet·ti·go·ni·idae;
thel·a·zi·idae;
ther·i·di·idae;
tim·a·li·idae;
tim·e·li·idae;
ti·ne·idae;
ti·phi·idae;
ti·tano·the·ri·idae;
trom·bi·di·idae;
tryp·a·ne·idae;
tu·pai·idae;
ve·li·idae;
xan·tu·si·idae;
xiph·y·dri·idae;
zi·phi·idae;
co·chli·di·idae;
idae·an;

English syllables. 2014.

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