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Words that have been taken from other languages don't always end in a vowel. Ex: il computer, gli sport, il club, il film, il DVD
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A four letter word that ends in vowel A?

there are few of the words which i'd an idea of they are java, lava,. Also orca, bola, idea, area, mesa, stoa, saga, toga, tapa, aura, feta, soma, cola, sofa, pita

A word that has all the vowels?

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What words end with a double vowel?

amputee . achoo . agree . bee . boo . coo . coffee . degree . decree . employee . flee . free . fusee . fee . foresee . goo . glee . gee . honoree . interviewee . igloo . inductee . oversee . pedigree . puree . moo . referee . refugee . shoo . see . spree . tee . too . tree . three . toffee . toupee . tepee . tattoo . shampoo . voodoo . wee . zoo

Do Italian last names end in vowels?

well, some of the ways u can tell if someones Italian by seeing if their last name ends in lli, my friends last name is dimicelli and that's Italian, or sometimes if the last name ends in an "ey" kind of sound its Italian, im itlian so i'd know haha.

A word ending in a vowel?

Some words ending in a vowel are: . agree . alfalfa . amputee . are . area . aria . bale . bamboo . barbecue . bore . brie . cane . coffee . cure . cutie . dare . degree . dime . done . ecru . flambe . flea . flee . free . game . glee . gorilla . grime . guru . harangue . Hawaii . here . he . hula . ice . iota . irate . jamboree . java . joke . jubilee . khaki . kiwi . kale . karaoke . kleptomania . levee . lie . lieu . manatee . maybe . melee . movie . name . nominee . novena . nutria . ode . ole . Oreo . opera . pale . paranoia . plea . polo . Pluto . pupae . rationale . repartee . revue . rupee . samori . Samoa . sari . sea . sepia . snafu . soothe . spatula . tableau . tarantula . tea . tee . tiara . tree . trivia . unique . undo . value . veggie . vie . voodoo . warrantee . wave . wee . whoopie . woo . yea . zoo . Zulu

What words contain all of the vowels?

Two words that contain all the English vowels (AEIOU and Y) are "facetiously" and "abstemiously" which even have them in order (also abstentiously). Other words are educationally and precariously. *For just the 5 standard vowels, see the related question below.

What words end with vowel-o?

Some words ending in the vowel O are: . bongo . bravo . halo . hello . hero . jello . piano . polo . potato . shampoo . silo . solo . tattoo . tomato . weirdo . zero

What words have all the vowels in order?

There are several, of which the best known are abstemious ly and facetiously . There are other adjectives containing aeiou in order that may or may not normally take the -ly suffix, including the rare botanical words acheilous , anemious , and caesious , the rare zoological word annelidous , and the chemical term arsenious .

A What are 5 letter words that ends in the vowel A?

Ebola umbra aloha brama arena dogma guava flora henna Honda cocoa magma lycra alpha omega plaza salsa ouija Santa polka zebra yucca sigma viola yenta theta tetra quota Syria china panda ninja mensa gamma kappa Malta koala larva Korea labia hyena junta

Words that ends in a vowel?

banana . ballerina . cinema . sea . data . drama . gala . pasta . cobra . bologna . he . decide . parade . quite . retire . circle . bride . dance . blue . joke . alumni . zucchini . broccoli . ziti . kiwi . spaghetti . halo . hello . polo . weirdo . silo . bravo . solo . piano . tattoo . zero . shampoo . bongo . ego . bureau . impromptu . flu . menu

Word beginning with o and ending in a vowel?

oblige . obscene . obtuse . oboe . obsolete . obliterate . obdurate . objective . offensive . ode . officiate . office . ogre . okra . orate . observe . omega . olive . oppose . orange . organize . orzo (a tiny pasta, looks like rice) . oblique . originate . orchestra . ornate . ogle . oracle . owe . ovulate . orphanage . oxidant . oxidize

What are some words that do not have vowels at all?

All words have a vowel or vowel sound, even if it is a trailing sibilant. Vowel sounds are created by the flow of air. Words with Y as a vowel include : rhythm, try, fly, why. Words (from Welsh) with W instead of Y : cwm (valley), crwth (a string instrument) Words that actually have no vowel as spelled : interjections and onomatopoeia sounds. . Shh! Psst! Grr! Tsk! Zzz. . The mathematical term "nth" (an unspecified ordinal)

What are 5 words that end with a vowel and y?

AY : bay, cay, day, gay, hay, lay, clay, play (etc) EY : obey, disobey, fey, key, monkey, turkey, money, monkey, convey IY : no words OY : boy, coy, ploy, toy (etc) UY : buy, guy

Do all Words Have Vowels?

AY BY CRY DRY FLY FRY FYRD GYPSY GYVE HYMN HYP LYMPH LYNCH LYNX MYTH MY PLY PYGMY PYX RHYTHM SHY SHYLY SKY SPRY SPY STY STYX SYLPH SYZYGY THYMY TRY TRYST WRY WYND none of these words have a vowel ... I beg to differ. If you learned your vowels in school you would know that the letter "y" is sometimes a vowel. Therefore, ALL of the words in this list have a vowel:Y.

What fraction of all U.S. states end in a vowel?

Thirty-two ( 32 ) U.S. States have names that end in vowels: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia... Eighteen ( 18 ) U.S. States have names that end in consonants: Arkansas, Connecticut, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming... 32/50 = 64/100 Sixty-four percent ( 64% ) of the fifty states have names that end in vowels.

What are some words that end in a long vowel A?

All of the one-syllable words that end in -ay (except quay ) and the words that end in -eigh (weigh, sleigh). Also some words such as prey, and French words such as filet, croquet, buffet (noun), bouquet and risque. Examples include display defray highway repay delay hearsay outweigh

What six letter words end with the vowel A?

abasia, abolla, abulia, acacia, acedia, adnexa, aftosa, agenda, aggada, ahimsa, alaska, albata, alexia, alodia, alpaca, althea, alumna, amarna, amoeba, amrita, amusia, anemia, angina, angora, annona, anopia, anoxia, anuria, aphtha, apnoea, aporia, arcana, areola, argala, arista, armada, arnica, arriba, arroba, asrama, asthma, ataxia, atonia, aucuba, aurora, axilla, azalea, bacula, balata, balboa, banana, baryta, beflea, beluga, bemata, bertha, bhakta, bilboa, boccia, bodega, bonita, brahma, bregma, buddha, bugsha, buqsha, bushwa, cabala, cabana, caeoma, calesa, cambia, camera, camisa, cancha, canula, capita, cardia, carina, casaba, casava, casita, cassia, catena, cedula, centra, cesura, chacma, chaeta, chakra, challa, charka, chimla, choana, cholla, chorea, chroma, chukka, chuppa, cicada, cicala, cinema, citola, clivia, cloaca, codeia, concha, contra, coppra, copula, cornea, cornua, corona, coryza, cowpea, crania, crissa, crista, cuesta, cumbia, cupola, cupula, curara, dagoba, dahlia, datcha, datura, deflea, dharma, dharna, dhoora, dhurna, duenna, eczema, egesta, eidola, ejecta, elodea, eluvia, elytra, encina, enigma, entera, epizoa, errata, eupnea, eureka, exacta, exedra, exuvia, facula, fajita, fanega, farina, fascia, favela, fecula, fedora, femora, ferula, fibula, fiesta, flauta, fraena, frusta, fulcra, funkia, fusuma, galena, gambia, geisha, gelada, genera, geneva, glioma, gloria, glossa, goanna, gotcha, gramma, grampa, grappa, guinea, gyttja, halala, halloa, hamada, hawala, hegira, hejira, hernia, hilloa, holloa, hoopla, hryvna, hulloa, hutzpa, hyaena, hydria, iguana, impala, indaba, intima, ischia, jacana, jarina, jejuna, jerboa, jicama, jojoba, judoka, jugula, kabaka, kabala, kabaya, kahuna, kalmia, kamala, kerria, kinara, kinema, kishka, koruna, kwacha, kwanza, labara, lacuna, laguna, lambda, lamina, latina, latria, lexica, ligula, likuta, limina, lingua, lipoma, lithia, lochia, loggia, lorica, lumina, lunula, lustra, macula, maffia, makuta, maltha, manana, manila, mantra, mantua, maraca, marina, markka, masala, maxima, mazuma, medaka, medina, medusa, megara, melena, metepa, mezuza, miasma, mimosa, minima, mizuna, modica, morula, mucosa, muleta, murrha, myopia, myrica, myxoma, nagana, nausea, nebula, nepeta, nomina, novena, numina, nutria, nympha, obelia, ochrea, oedema, omenta, optima, organa, orisha, oscula, osetra, ottava, paella, pagoda, pajama, pakora, palapa, pallia, panada, panama, papaya, papula, parura, pataca, patina, payola, pelota, pennia, pereia, peseta, pesewa, phobia, piazza, picara, pinata, pineta, pirana, piraya, pitaya, plasma, pleura, pneuma, posada, prajna, protea, psylla, purana, pyemia, pyjama, pyrola, pyuria, qabala, quagga, qualia, quanta, quelea, quinoa, quokka, quotha, radula, raffia, ramada, rambla, ramona, ranula, raphia, realia, redowa, regina, remora, remuda, reseda, retina, rhumba, ristra, rostra, rugola, rumina, salina, saliva, salvia, samara, samosa, sancta, sapota, satara, schema, scilla, sclera, scoria, scotia, scrota, semina, seneca, senega, senora, serosa, sharia, sheila, shelta, sherpa, sienna, sierra, siesta, sifaka, silica, sistra, smegma, somata, sonata, spirea, squama, sradha, stadia, stanza, stella, stemma, sterna, stigma, strata, stroma, struma, subsea, sulpha, synura, taenia, taffia, taluka, tantra, tapeta, tarama, tarsia, telega, tephra, terbia, thoria, thulia, torula, trauma, trivia, troika, tundra, tunica, ultima, ungula, urania, uredia, uremia, utopia, vagina, valuta, vesica, vicuna, vimina, vizsla, vomica, womera, yakuza, yantra, yautia, yttria, zanana, zareba, zariba, zenana, zeugma, zinnia, zoaria, zonula, zoysia, zygoma 456 words

What word does have all the vowels in it?

abstemious abstemiously abstentious acheilous acheirous acleistous affectious aleikoum anemious annelidous arsenious arteriosus arterious bacterious caesious facetious facetiously fracedinous half-serious half-seriously majestious parecious pareciously placentious sequoia tragedious and very many others, including unobjectionable !

Three words that have all the vowels?

Words (found in major English dictionaries) consisting entirely of vowels include AA (a type of lava), AE , AI , AIEEE , IAO , OII , EAU , EUOUAE , OE , OO , I , O , A , IO , and UOIAUAI , the last of these being the longest vowel-only word (seven letters).

What are some words that use all the vowels?

Here are some words which have all the vowels used: facetious miscellaneous enumeration gubernatorial education adventitious pasteurization authentication aeronautic accentuation attenuation authorize automobile boardinghouse cauliflower boundaries communicate beautification telecommunication argillaceous farinaceous republication somersaulting questionnaire pandemonium ostentatious Abstemious and facetious have them all, and in the correct order. Sequoia is probably one of the shortest words which has all the vowels in it. In science, the term surface tension has all the vowels in it.

Do all words have a vowel?

No, English words don't all need vowels. Many words include the letter 'y' as a vowel sound, as in 'fry', 'rhythm', 'hymn', and so on. Words with no vowels or the letter 'y' are rarer, and are frequently onomatopoeic words - words which describe a sound, such as 'psst' and 'hmm'.

What words end in the vowel A?

2-letter words ba, da, fa, ha, ka, la, ma, na, pa, ta, ya 3-letter words boa, bra, era, eta, goa, kea, koa, lea, moa, oca, oka, ora, ova, pea, pia, pya, qua, ria, rya, sea, sha, ska, spa, tea, twa, uta, via, wha, yea, zoa 4-letter words bema, beta, bima, bola, bora, bota, bura, ceca, chia, coca, coda, cola, coma, coxa, cyma, deva, dita, diva, dona, dopa, duma, dura, epha, etna, eyra, feta, fila, flea, fora, geta, giga, glia, hila, hora, hoya, hula, hyla, idea, ilea, ilia, ilka, inia, iota, isba, ixia, jota, juba, juga, jura, kina, kiva, kola, leva, lima, lira, loca, lota, luna, mesa, meta, mica, mina, mola, mora, moxa, mura, myna, nema, nipa, noma, nona, nota, nova, obia, odea, ohia, okra, olea, olla, orca, orra, ossa, pica, pika, pima, pina, pita, plea, proa, puja, pula, puma, puna, pupa, rhea, rota, ruga, sera, seta, shea, sima, skua, soda, sofa, soja, sola, soma, sora, soya, stoa, suba, sura, tela, tepa, toea, toga, tola, tora, tuba, tufa, tuna, ulna, ulva, urea, ursa, uvea, vela, vena, vera, viga, vina, visa, vita, viva, weka, whoa, yoga, yuga, zeta, zoea 5-letter words belga, betta, biota, bohea, boyla, bulla, bunya, bursa, ceiba, cella, ceria, cesta, chela, china, chufa, cilia, circa, cobia, cobra, cocoa, colza, comma, conga, copra, coria, costa, cotta, crura, culpa, cuppa, curia, delta, derma, dicta, dobla, dobra, dogma, dolma, donga, donna, dorsa, douma, doura, dulia, dumka, durra, edema, enema, entia, erica, etyma, extra, fella, feria, flora, flota, folia, fossa, fovea, frena, gemma, genoa, genua, gleba, gonia, gumma, gutta, henna, herma, holla, honda, hooka, hosta, huzza, hydra, hyena, hypha, infra, ixora, junta, kheda, kibla, koppa, krona, kurta, lehua, lemma, lepta, libra, limba, limpa, linga, logia, loofa, luffa, lutea, lycea, lyssa, lytta, mbira, mecca, media, mensa, menta, micra, mikra, milia, milpa, mirza, mocha, moira, momma, moola, mudra, mulla, murra, musca, myoma, ninja, noria, nubia, nucha, ocrea, oidia, omega, opera, ossia, ostia, penna, pepla, perea, phyla, pieta, pilea, pinna, pinta, pizza, plena, plica, podia, polka, poppa, presa, prima, pruta, pucka, pukka, punka, purda, quota, recta, redia, regma, regna, retia, rhyta, rioja, rumba, scena, schwa, scuba, scuta, selva, senna, sensa, sepia, septa, shiva, sigma, silva, sirra, softa, spica, sputa, stela, stoma, stria, stupa, sulfa, summa, sunna, supra, surra, sutra, sutta, sylva, tecta, tegua, telia, tenia, terga, terra, tesla, testa, tetra, theca, theta, thuja, thuya, tibia, tinea, tonga, trona, tryma, tsuba, ulema, ultra, umbra, uncia, urbia, usnea, uvula, veena, vesta, villa, vinca, viola, virga, vista, vitta, vodka, voila, volta, volva, vulva, wirra, wisha, xenia, yenta, yerba, yucca, yurta, zebra 6-letter words beflea, beluga, bertha, bilboa, boccia, bodega, bonita, bregma, bugsha, buqsha, bushwa, cedula, centra, cesura, chimla, cholla, chorea, chroma, chukka, cinema, citola, clivia, codeia, concha, contra, coppra, copula, cornea, cornua, corona, coryza, cowpea, crissa, crista, cuesta, cupola, cupula, deflea, dhoora, dhurna, duenna, eczema, egesta, eidola, ejecta, elodea, eluvia, elytra, encina, enigma, entera, epizoa, eupnea, eureka, exedra, exuvia, fecula, fedora, femora, ferula, fibula, fiesta, frusta, fulcra, funkia, geisha, genera, geneva, glioma, gloria, glossa, guinea, hegira, hejira, hernia, hilloa, holloa, hoopla, hulloa, hutzpa, hydria, intima, ischia, jejuna, jerboa, jojoba, judoka, jugula, kerria, kinema, kishka, koruna, lexica, ligula, likuta, limina, lingua, lipoma, lithia, lochia, loggia, lorica, lumina, lunula, lustra, medina, medusa, metepa, mezuza, mimosa, minima, modica, morula, mucosa, muleta, murrha, myopia, myrica, myxoma, nebula, nomina, novena, numina, nutria, nympha, obelia, ochrea, oedema, omenta, optima, oscula, pelota, pennia, pereia, peseta, pesewa, phobia, pineta, pleura, pneuma, protea, psylla, pyemia, pyrola, pyuria, quinoa, quokka, quotha, redowa, regina, remora, remuda, reseda, retina, rhumba, rostra, rugola, rumina, schema, scilla, sclera, scoria, scotia, scrota, semina, seneca, senega, senora, serosa, sheila, shelta, sherpa, sienna, sierra, siesta, silica, sistra, smegma, spirea, stella, stemma, sterna, stigma, stroma, struma, subsea, sulpha, synura, telega, tephra, terbia, thoria, thulia, torula, trivia, troika, tundra, tunica, ultima, ungula, uredia, uremia, utopia, vesica, vicuna, vimina, vizsla, vomica, womera, yttria, zeugma, zinnia, zonula, zoysia, zygoma 7-letter words begonia, begorra, beretta, biennia, biretta, boffola, bohemia, bolivia, bologna, bothria, breccia, britska, britzka, bubinga, bulimia, bursera, buzukia, cedilla, celesta, celosia, cementa, cerebra, chimera, cholera, chrisma, chutzpa, ciboria, cingula, cochlea, codeina, comitia, conidia, coquina, corbina, cordoba, coremia, corolla, corpora, corrida, corvina, curcuma, curiosa, cypsela, decidua, dejecta, deliria, deutzia, dhourra, dilemma, diluvia, diploma, diptera, diptyca, dongola, drosera, duodena, dyspnea, dysuria, echidna, ecthyma, ectopia, ectozoa, emerita, emporia, empyema, encomia, entozoa, ephedra, episcia, erotica, eugenia, euglena, eulogia, eupnoea, excreta, exempla, exordia, exotica, extrema, exurbia, felucca, fibroma, fimbria, fistula, fontina, formula, foveola, freesia, frenula, fuchsia, furcula, gerbera, germina, gingiva, glomera, gondola, gonidia, gorilla, gynecia, helluva, hemiola, hymenia, hypogea, hyponea, hypoxia, illuvia, imperia, impresa, indicia, indusia, inedita, inertia, ingesta, inocula, ipomoea, keitloa, kerygma, lempira, leucoma, leukoma, lixivia, lobelia, locusta, lomenta, lordoma, medulla, melisma, melodia, meropia, meshuga, mestiza, micella, militia, minorca, minutia, mochila, momenta, morphia, moviola, mozetta, mycelia, myeloma, neuroma, neurula, noumena, novella, oogonia, ootheca, opuntia, osmunda, osteoma, ouguiya, oversea, oxymora, peculia, peloria, pembina, pergola, peridia, perilla, perinea, persona, petunia, philtra, pignora, pinnula, piscina, plectra, plugola, podesta, pogonia, polenta, polynya, polyoma, primula, pronota, propyla, prosoma, pteryla, pudenda, purpura, pygidia, pyrexia, pyxidia, querida, quinela, quinina, refugia, replica, residua, retsina, rhizoma, rhodora, ricksha, ricotta, rikisha, riviera, roseola, rotunda, rubella, rubeola, scholia, scopula, scotoma, sedilia, senhora, senopia, sequela, sequoia, seriema, seringa, sestina, shortia, signora, silesia, siliqua, sinopia, spectra, specula, spicula, spinula, spirula, splenia, squilla, sthenia, stretta, subidea, subpena, succuba, syconia, synovia, syringa, tegmina, tempera, tempura, tequila, tessera, tombola, tomenta, toxemia, tritoma, turista, urethra, verbena, verruca, vexilla, vicugna, vincula, viremia, viscera, weigela, whoopla, wommera, woodsia, woomera, yeshiva, zelkova, zemstva, zooglea, zorilla

What four letter words end with the vowel a?

200+ words! . Abba . Acta . Agha . Agma . Alba . Alfa . Alga . Alma . Amia . Anga . Anna . Anoa . Ansa . Anta . Aqua . Area . Aria . Asea . Atma . Aura . Baba . Bema . Beta . Bima . Bola . Bora . Bota . Buna . Bura . Caca . Casa . Ceca . Chia . Coca . Coda . Cola . Coma . Coxa . Cyma . Dada . Data . Deva . Dita . Diva . Dona . Dopa . Duma . Dura . Epha . Etna . Eyra . Fava . Feta . Fila . Flea . Fora . Gaga . Gala . Gama . Geta . Giga . Glia . Haha . Hila . Hora . Hoya . Hula . Hyla . Idea . Ilea . Ilia . Ilka . Inia . Iota . Isba . Ixia . Java . Jota . Juba . Juga . Jura . Kaka . Kana . Kapa . Kata . Kava . Kina . Kiva . Kola . Kora . Kuna . Lama . Lava . Leva . Lima . Lipa . Lira . Loca . Lota . Luma . Luna . Mama . Mana . Mara . Masa . Maya . Mega . Mesa . Meta . Mica . Mina . Mola . Mora . Moxa . Mura . Myna . Nada . Nala . Nana . Napa . Nema . Nipa . Noma . Nona . Nota . Nova . Obia . Odea . Ohia . Okra . Olea . Olla . Orca . Orra . Ossa . Paca . Papa . Para . Pica . Pika . Pima . Pina . Pita . Plea . Proa . Puja . Pula . Puma . Puna . Pupa . Raga . Raia . Raja . Raya . Rhea . Rota . Ruga . Saga . Sera . Seta . Shea . Shwa . Sika . Sima . Skua . Soba . Soca . Soda . Sofa . Soja . Sola . Soma . Sora . Soya . Stoa . Suba . Sura . Taka . Tala . Tapa . Taxa . Tela . Tepa . Toea . Toga . Tola . Tora . Tuba . Tufa . Tuna . Ulna . Ulva . Urea . Ursa . Uvea . Vara . Vasa . Vela . Vena . Vera . Viga . Vina . Visa . Vita . Viva . Weka . Whoa . Yoga . Yuca . Yuga . Zeta . Zoea . Zona

What are words with no vowels at all?

These are scrabble-acceptable words with no vowels: (but don't ask me what they mean) BRR BRRR CRWTH CRWTHS CWM CWMS HM HMM MM NTH some may think words with only "y" in the are words without vowels, but in this case, "y" is a vowel, so that is incorrect..

Do all words have to have vowels?

All English words have vowel sounds , even those that have noactual vowels. Those are mostly utterances or onomatopoeia : brr,psst, nth (variable ordinal), pwn (variant of own ). The wordzzz (snoring) is the only one that uses nasal sound exclusively.

Is all a short vowel word?

No. In US English, the -all words mostly have an AW sound (ball = bawl) rather than a short A (as in pal and rally). The short A is heard in the name AL.