Rime

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Rime is a coating of ice:

  • Hard rime, white ice that forms when water droplets in fog freeze to the outer surfaces of objects, such as trees
  • Soft rime, similar to hard rime, but feathery and milky in appearance

Rime is also an alternate spelling of "rhyme" as a noun:

  • Syllable rime, term used in the study of phonology in linguistics
  • Rime dictionary, type of ancient Chinese dictionary used for writing poetry
  • Rime table, a syllable chart of the Chinese language
  • Rime riche, a form of rhyme using identical sounds

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  • Rhyme, a repetition of identical or similar sounds in two or more different words