Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nervus:

2 syllables:
hurt us,
served us,
curve is,
nerve is,
serve his,
curve as,
curve has,
serve as,
curve on,
dlur dlus,
firm must,
her just,
her pulse,
serve an,
serve on,
serve up,
serve twice,
bird is,
birth is,
church is,
cure is,
earn his,
earth is,
firm is,
girl is,
heard his,
her this,
hers is,
hurt his,
learn his,
learn is,
nurse is,
search is,
term is,
third is,
turk is,
turn his,
turn is,
verb is,
verse is,
word is,
work his,
work is,
worth his,
worth is,
bird has,
birth as,
church as,
church has,
earth as,
earth has,
firm as,
firm has,
girl as,
girl has,
heard as,
her was,
irs has,
learn as,
term as,
term has,
third as,
turn as,
turn has,
verse as,
word as

3 syllables:
afford us,
offered us,
offers us,
offer us,
observe his,
preserve his,
affords us,
birla house,
concerns us,
offer twice,
toward us,
clear ice,
service house,
service is,
assert his,
confirm his,
expert is,
offer this,
offered his,
offered is,
offers his,
research is,
return his,
return is,
reverse is,
transferred his,
diverse as,
offer was,
offered as,
research as,
research has,
return as

4 syllables:
encourage us

Some other possibilities:

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