I'm sure YOU must realise that y is a consonant not a vowel!
what about IOU. or the french for yes, OUI.
EAU french for water
Techinically y is both a consonant and a vowel.
An eight letter word with three vowels using those letters is scavenge.Eight letter words with four vowels using those letters are agencies and envisage.
the answer is ILY it means I Love You uzi
No. In the official Scrabble dictionary there are lots of four-letter words containing two i's, but no three-letter words.
Adz, fez, zap, zed, zoo.
All words in the English language must have vowels. Even one letter words like 'a' or 'I'.
all words have vowels in them
Vowels and consonants are letters, not words. In the word "pick", the letter "i" is a vowel and the other three letters are consonants.
here are some words that dont have vowels in them why shy rythm
The word "vowel" comes from the latin words littera vocalis-a vocal letter.
The number 7/seven, it has two vowels and three consonants....... thats the answer I see best for your question........
No. Vowels are letters, so the only words that can be vowels are words consisting of only one letter, such as "I" or "a". The word "said" is a verb.
By and my.
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There are no words in English without vowels. In the word "syzygy," there are three vowels, all Ys. If there are no vowels in a word, you would not be able to pronounce it. Vowels open the mouth to let air out, while consonants close off the air flow by definition. Try saying a word without opening your mouth and letting any air out - impossible. [There are a few onomatopoeic sounds that have no vowels, such as shhh, tsk, grr - these are not words, but sounds.]
There are no three letter words that contain only consonants. They need vowels.Y is used as a vowel but not a real vowel; you may try: cry, dry, fry, ply, fly, shy, why, or sly.
Some three letter words that start with vowels are:aceampapearearkarmarteareatelfemueraergiceI'llimpinkinnionireirkit'soafoakoaroatofforeouroutughumpurnuse