Is there a word that doesn't have a vowel?
There are lots of scrabble words made with only consonants - These might look pretty weird, but they're all valid words according to the official Scrabble dictionary!
tell me the word wich doesnt have vowel but has the meaning
There are no words in the English language that don't have a vowel.
Most people consider "y" as an addition to the vowel list, but if it isn't, there are a couple words like "my" and the longest word without a vowel, "rhythm".
no its doesnt have a vowel
There is no English word without a vowel. The English vowels are: a, e, i, o, u and sometimes y and w. Some vowel-less vocalisms involving continuous consonants exist, such as brrr, hmmm, psst, and zzzz. But they are not words. sly is voweless also the y doesnt count as a vowel It is recognized that in certain situations Y counts as a vowel. The word Sly (as well as others such as Nymph, Shy… Read More
The vowel sound in the word "can" is a short A. That is also the vowel sound in the word "has".
Every word has a vowel.
In this word, it is a vowel.
The e in hen is a short vowel.
No, it is a long vowel word.
There is no word without a vowel
Yes it is. If Y is pronounced like a vowel in any word, then it is a vowel.
Pin has a short vowel I, as in bin and sin.
The E and I both have short vowel sounds.
The word globe is a long vowel. It would be a short vowel if the word globe was spelled as "glob". Otherwise, it is a long vowel.
every word must have a vowel in it for it to be considered a word.
Before a word that starts with a vowel or a vowel sound.
Answer There are 2 vowels in the word "vowel".
No, you must have a vowel in each word, and a consanant is NOT a vowel.
No, Y is not a vowel in the word clay.
The Y in the word carry is a vowel.
What vowel is used in the word "Clown"
No. Say is a long A vowel word.
It is a short vowel word.
It is a short vowel word.
An unstressed vowel is a vowel in the word you don't sound.
The "i" is the only vowel in "which", and it has a short vowel sound.
The vowel preceding the E at the end of the word is the vowel before the E. Usually the vowel that has the long vowel sound (says its name).
No. Bath is a short vowel word (short A as in bat and math), but bathe is a long vowel word with its silent E.
No, the word "can" has a short vowel.
The answer to this is no. Ex: the word "by" has the letter "y" which is sometimes a vowel.
Yes, because the "a" in "and" has a short vowel sound.
Unless you count y as not being a vowel, no. If you don't count it as being a vowel, My is a word without a vowel.
Yes such as in the word my y would be the vowel because at certain times y has to be a vowel.
yes such as in the word my y would be the vowel because at certain times y has to be a vowel
Yes, it is a short vowel sound.
The i is a long vowel; the e is a short vowel.
The i is a long vowel and the u is a short vowel.
The u is a short vowel and the i is a long vowel.
Finish has a short vowel.
The word baby has the long vowel sound which is the letter a.
The only vowel in pal is the a. And that is a short vowel. With a long vowel it is pail.
"An" is an indefinite article used in place of the word "a" before words beginning with a vowel. The word "an" is used the same as the word "a." "An" is used when the following word starts with a vowel or a vowel sound such as the word "hour."
Y is not a vowel but a consonant. So there cannot be any word with 'VOWEL Y' only. Y can be a vowel in such words as rhythm, which has two syllables - rhyth-m. Incidentally in the word cwm - w is a vowel.
In this case, 'y' would not be a vowel. You need a vowel in each syllable of a word to make it a word. There are two syllables in maybe; 'MAY' and 'BE'. The vowel in 'MAY' is the 'a' and the vowel in 'BE' is the 'e'. I hope that wasn't too much information for you..........
No the letter y is NOT a vowel in the word busy