Your planet !!! Our Planet. The name "Earth" is about a 1000 years old and is an English/German name which means the ground. It comes from the Old English words 'eor(th)e' and 'ertha'.
No words in the English language.
English has borrowed words from almost every language on the planet, but most common are:LatinGreekFrenchNorse
No nine or eight-lettered words could be formed. However, some of the longest words that can be formed are: abolish, bilboas, balboas
Tongue is the literal English equivalent of 'linguine'. The word in Italian is formed from the root syllable 'lingu-'. All words that are formed thus relate to 'tongue'.
The words that could be spelled are earths and quartet.
'English'. Any words before that, whatever language they were in, could not have been English.
ADRW a, ad, wad, rad, draw. ward
There are three possible anagrams: Danger, Ranged, and Gander.
Here are some of the groups of words having the prefix a-. 1Words formed from the Old English a- expressing movement, for example up or away: ago, arise, awake. 2Words formed by combination with the Old English preposition a meaning on: abed, alive, ashore, asleep. 3Words formed from the Latin (via French) ad- expressing addition: abandon, achieve, agree, alarm, amount, amuse.4Words, some of them only used in technical domains, formed from the Greek a- meaning without: abiotic, agnostic, amorphous, asexual, atheism.
That is not a word in English, but it could be a sentence if you change the words a bit. Ask who even told you the word in English to say it again and see if there are pauses and if they are then there seprate words.
You could always use an anagram solver, to find the possible words that can be formed. The anagram solver has found:3 letter words:ChiHicIchJib2 letter words:BiHi
emerge, gene, merge, geme, creme,
The answer is High Highschool, highland, highway
There are no English Scrabble words that meet the criteria.
There are 2 words you could be looking for, FRETSAW or WAFTERS.
confirmation confirmed can be the words that are formed by confirm in it.
The Oxford English contains 171,476 words in current use and 47, 156 obsolete words so that will all the explanations there could be 250,000 words. In all, however the full explanation is that there could be more than 750.000 available to the English speaker
The French language has 'franglais' to describe that. It seems that Frenglish could be an English equivalent.
The English language does not use gender words; all nouns are neuter and take neuter verbs. All nouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjectives are neutral. English uses different nouns for a male or a female person or animal, for example mother and father.