Words that End in O


Ending in AO

Ending in BO

Ending in CO

Ending in DO

Ending in EO

Ending in FO

Ending in GO

Ending in HO

Ending in IO

Ending in JO

Ending in KO

Ending in LO

Ending in MO

Ending in NO

Ending in OO

Ending in PO

Ending in RO




Words that End in O

As a vowel, the letter O is one of the most common letters of the English language. So, whether you are playing a word game or looking for a rhyming word, it’s useful to know words that end in O. Below there are some popular categories and examples of words ending in O, such as animals, places, and adjectives.

Animals that end in O

  • Mako: powerful mackerel shark of the Atlantic and Pacific
    • It was scary to sail around the waters infested with mako sharks. 
  • Turaco: large brightly crested bird of Africa
    • The feathers on the turaco’s head form an intersting bird mohawk.  
  • Armadillo: burrowing chiefly nocturnal mammal with body covered with strong horny plates
    • When the armadillo retracts into its shell, it forms a ball.

Places that end in O

  • Ghetto: a poor densely populated city district occupied by a minority ethnic group linked together by economic hardship and social restrictions
    • Sadly the playground in the ghetto was dirty and falling apart.
  • Scenario: a setting for a work of art or literature
    • In this scenario, the couple is strolling together through a large park. 

Words that describe people

  • Boffo: resoundingly successful and popular
    • Concert tickets sold out whenever the boffo singer performed. 
  • Soprano: having or denoting a high range
    • The soprano opera singer hit impossible notes during her performance. 
  • Latino: related to a Spanish-speaking people or culture
    • Although he was Latina, he had trouble speaking fluent spanish. 

Words that describe an idea

  • Retro: affecting things past
    • Using the vinyl record player was a retro idea for playing music. 
  • Taboo: excluded from use or mention
    • Saying the evil wizard’s name was taboo and almost scary. 

Words that describe a place/event

  • Rococo: having excessive asymmetrical ornamentation
    • The nursery was decorated in a lavish pink and gold rococo style.
  • Alfresco: in the open air
    • The restaurant had an alfresco eating area that was perfect for star gazing. 
  • Calico: made of calico or resembling calico in being patterned
    • It was a stange calico tent that provided little protection. 

Longest words that end with O

Longest words ending in O

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