What word does not contain a vowel or ends in a Y?
The word "rhythm" does not have a vowel, or end in the letter y.
There aren't any. Every word has a vowel or a Y in it.
No, you would only classify 'y' being a vowel, if the word does not contain a,e,i,o, or u.
strayed - if the word ends in vowel + y then just add -ed. If the word ends in consonant + y then the y changes to i then add -ed marry -- married
If the word ends in consonant-Y, it changes to -ies for the plural. If the word ends in a vowel-Y (a vowel pair), it forms a normal S plural. Example: baby --> babies bay --> bays boy --> boys * For comparative adjectives, the same applies (hungrier, grayer).
The word 'trustworthiness' contains e, i, o, u but does not contain the vowel of 'a'. NOTE: Here 'i' replaces 'y'.
Well, there is no word in the English dictionary that defies such a verbal law, but there is always the longest word that contains no A, E, I, O, or U. 'Nymphs'. Yes, it may contain a Y, but the letter Y is not directly classified as a vowel. Therefore, there's my half-answer.
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.
No, Y is not a vowel in the word clay.
The Y in the word carry is a vowel.
Rythm. Myth, gypsy, cry, spy (note all these have 'y' in them, I am yet to get words with out vowels and 'y')
Yes it is. If Y is pronounced like a vowel in any word, then it is a vowel.
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 word, it is a vowel.
Yes there is at least one vowel in every single English word. This is correct as words such as : hymn, rhythm, myth, sylph, and syzygy (the alignment of three celestial objects), do not contain any of the vowels a e i o u. However, y is know a vowel because of this and know because y is know a vowel, every English word has at least one vowel in it
No the letter y is NOT a vowel in the word busy
No because u is in the word buy. If the word has no a,e,i,o,u but has a y that is when y is a vowel.
Y may serve as a vowel, a semi-vowel or a consonant. In the word by, it is a vowel; in hay it is a semi-vowel; in yes it is a consonant.
I don't think Y is a consonant in the word which means that Y is a Vowel in the world Calmly
Yes, "y" is a vowel in the word "chivalry", where it has a long "e" sound.
There is no word in English without a vowel. Most people know that that w and y are sometimes vowels, but some persist in believing otherwise. Utterances such as pfft or grr may be found in some dictionaries, but they are not words.
There is no English word without a vowel. Y is a vowel in many words, and in some it is the only vowel. The vowels are a, e, i, o, u and sometimes y
The answer to this is no. Ex: the word "by" has the letter "y" which is sometimes a vowel.
Nope, Y ain't even a frekin vowel !
No, y isn't considered a vowel in Wednesday.
Yes, the y is serving as a vowel in anytime.
The letter 'Y' is always a consonant. The vowel in the word 'eye' is 'E'.
The y is the 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. In the word "you" the y is a consonant. -------- I do not think so it is a pos.adjective The strict answer (you might say the pedantic answer) is that Y is a semi-vowel.
There are two words both of which contain ten letters beginning and ending in Y,these are: yearningly youthfully
no the only vowels are a,e,i,o,u but they count y as a vowel sometimes but in this case y is not a vowel
If the verb ends in -s, -sh, -ch, -x, -o, add –es. Examples: kiss = kisses, wash = washes If the verb ends in a consonant +y, the y changes to –ies. Examples: fly = flies, study = studies But if the verb ends in vowel +y, the y does not change. Example: play = plays
Rhythm = contains six letters and the only vowel in this word is the "y".
a vowel is y when there is no a,e,i,o,or u in the sentence for example the word by
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.
Every syllable must have a vowel. Consequently, the 'y' functions as a vowel. If the 'y' sounds the 'y' in the word 'yes,' it is considered a consonant. Otherwise, it functions as a vowel.
If a noun ends in y sometimes you change the y to i and add es but sometimes you just add s how do you know which you should do?
In nouns that end with a consonant and Y, the final Y is dropped and the letters ies are added to make the word plural. In words that end with a vowel and Y, the final Y is retained and an S is added, unless that final vowel is a U.
Y is a consonant for its general pronunciation and in the phonetic alphabets. Y is a consonant when it begins a word like yellow, yell, year, yearn, yes, yarn, yard, etc. or if it begins a syllable like mayor, layer, kayak, etc. However, although Y is generally a consonant, it can sometimes behave like a vowel, so Y can be considered as a semi-vowel, but not a real vowel. The real vowel includes, A, E… Read More
Yes. The vowels are aeiou and sometimes y and w. Y is not a vowel. In some words it substitutes a vowel (like "why,") but it's not considered a vowel. In "city," the only vowel is I.
the vowel of young is y
The vowels in the English language are A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y. In the word anything, the Y is a vowel.
I don't think so, if i remember correctly "y" is only a vowel when there is no actual vowel in the word. ex: my Actually, y is a vowel if it sounds like i, as in fry or puny, or in other words, at the end of a word or syllable. At the beginning, it makes the sound of y in you.
i know only two of them: 1.by; 2.my Well, my friend, these words certainly only contain the letter y as a vowel, but neither one of which is three syllables long. Three words that only contain the vowel y and are three syllables long are, Gypsyfy, gypsyry, symphysy
Y is never a vowel It can often be found in words that have no vowels
Yes, y is a vowel in heavy because it makes a syllable in this word.
Y is not a vowel in "unlucky". U and U are the vowels.
The 'y' in sphynx is the vowel .... a,e,i,o,u and sometimes y.
No. The Y has a long I vowel sound.
If you count Y as a vowel, there is none. so if you really need a word dont count y as a vowel