de, u, eme, eme, i griega
Dude, spanish uses the same alphabet we do.
I believe you are asking for the word dummy. In Spanish the word is: Maniquí
mi libro del alfabeto espanol
chocolate, pronounced [ʧokoˈlate] with the International Phonetic Alphabet for Spanish.
Olivia. Spanish has the same-ish alphabet as English...just pronounced different.
The letter O is the same in the spanish alphabet as the english. So it would just be "O".
bautismo, pronounced [bau.̯ˈtiz.mo] with the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet)
K-Y-L-ASpanish uses the same alphabet as English does.
A eme o are Portuguese and Spanish letters of the alphabet to spell amo ("I love").
The alphabet itself does not spell anything. However, when you pick and arrange certain letters from the alphabet, it can spell any word in the English language.