"Jo" is the only two-letter English word that begins with the letter J. It is a noun of Scottish origin that means "beloved one," "darling" or "sweetheart." The plural form of the word is "joes." More »

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There are some websites where you can find a list of words starting with M, they are Dictionary.com, Collinsdictionay.com, Learnersdictionary.com and some other dictionary websites. Moreover, several websites like Wordby... More »

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Some Christmas-related words in alphabetical order include "angel," "bells," "candy," "decorations" and "elf" for "A," "B," "C," "D" and "E." Teachers can use this activity during the holidays as a way for children to le... More »

Common words that begin with the letter J include jabbers, jabbed, Jack-o-lantern, jacklight and jackpot. More obscure words beginning with the letter J include, jackboots, jaggheries and Jotunn. More »

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A word with a silent "m," such as "mnemonic," as well as any word with a silent letter, is typically that way because it was derived from another language; or, the silent letter was once pronounced, but usage changed and... More »

Things to keep in mind when pronouncing Spanish include that "ll" is pronounced as a "y" sound (as in the world "tortilla") and "h" is a mute letter (as in the word "huevos"). Additionally, the Spanish "j" is pronounced ... More »

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One rule for pronouncing words in French is that when the letter "e" appears at the end of the word, it is silent. However, the exception to this rule is when the "e" follows an "l," "r" or "n." In this case it is pronou... More »

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