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ite
ad·am·ite;
ax·um·ite;
bed·lam·ite;
camp·bell·ite;
ca·naan·ite;
church·ite;
com·pos·ite;
cush·ite;
ephra·im·ite;
ex·quis·ite;
fa·vor·ite;
gra·ham·ite;
graph·ite;
ha·math·ite;
hash·im·ite;
him·yar·ite;
hit·ler·ite;
huss·ite;
ib·sen·ite;
is·ra·el·ite;
ju·dah·ite;
lew·is·ite;
ludd·ite;
mid·i·an·ite;
mil·ler·ite;
mo·ab·ite;
raph·a·el·ite;
rat·ite;
sa·ite;
sid·er·ite;
sim·e·on·ite;
troost·ite;
trot·sky·ite;
wag·ner·ite;
wyc·liff·ite;
yem·en·ite;
za·dok·ite;
zi·on·ite;
ag·no·ite;
as·tra·khan·ite;
ay·yub·ite;
bast·näs·ite;
birch·ite;
boeh·men·ite;
cas·tro·ite;
cey·lan·ite;
com·pos·ite·ly;
dau·bre·ite;
ep·i·zo·ite;
fou·ri·er·ite;
ful·lopp·ite;
ful·opp·ite;
gar·ri·son·ite;
gar·vey·ite;
gru·ner·ite;
hatch·ett·ite;
hock·ey·ite;
hu·ter·ite;
is·a·bel·ite;
ivory-tower·ite;
jan·ite;
ko·reish·ite;
lau·mon·ite;
lav·roff·ite;
lih·yan·ite;
lind·ström·ite;
lin·ne·ite;
lloyd-george·ite;
loe·wig·ite;
lu·jaur·ite;
man·ches·ter·ite;
meta·cin·na·bar·ite;
mi·chu·rin·ite;
murj·ite;
nou·me·a·ite;
oc·cam·ite;
ock·ham·ite;
qu·raysh·ite;
rab·ban·ite;
rapp·ite;
rel·ly·an·ite;
rous·seau·ite;
ru·ral·ite;
schorl·ite;
shi·ite;
shi·va·ite;
uin·tah·ite;
white·field·ite;
wick·liff·ite;
wust·ite;
wöh·ler·ite;
zaid·ite;
zar·van·ite;

English syllables. 2014.

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