Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with latinism:

2 syllables:
is some,
this psalm,
this some,
this sum,
fil am,
here am,
lit hum,
bis zum,
being some,
bring some,
did some,
dim sum,
hear some,
here some,
him some,
his humour,
his thumb,
if some,
in some,
in sum,
is come,
is summed,
it some,
since some,
still some,
there some,
till some,
were some,
which some,
which sum,
will some,
with sam,
with some,
chewing gum,
did come,
here come,
him come,
ill humour,
in mem,
in rem,
it come,
lib dem,
mit dem,
still come,
there come,
tim tam,
were come,
which come,
will come,
wing dam,
things come,
kiss him,
miss him,
plus some,
thus some,
bid him,
bring him,
but am,
cheer him,
did him,
fear him,
fit him,
hear him,
his on,
his son,
hit him,
in him,
is an,
is hung,
is on,
is sung,
kill him,
kiss on,
near him,
paris on,
pick him,
piss on,
this an,
this on,
this son,
where am,
win him,
wish him,
with him,
with them,
being an,
being hung,
being on,
bid on,
big gun

3 syllables:
adding some,
until some,
visit him,
possess some,
unless some,
admit him,
asking him,
adding an,
appear on,
berlin on

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