Which letter in the English alphabet has the least number of words beginning with it?
English alphabet 'X' has the least number of words beginning with it.
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There are 26 letters in the Latin alphabet for English: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
A-Awesomee!. B-bless you, BINGO!. C-Cheers!. D-dang!. E-ENCORE!. F-forget about it!!. G-GOO!!. H-help! hurry!. I-idiot!. J-jump!. K-kiss mee!. L-loser!. M-marry me ! merry christmas. N-NO!. O-oh bob saget! oww!. P-POOP! peee weee. Q-Quit It!. R-raise the roof!. S-shut up! stop! shh…h!!. T-thank you!. U-unite! unicornnnnn!!. V-victory!. W-whatt??. X-X marks tha spott!. Y-yeah! yes!! yahhhoooo!!. Z-zinkk! zoo!!. abracadabra boo hooray idiot owwww woooo yay. dats all i can think of. hope i helpd :D. Yeah!. Rah!. No!. Run!. Jump!. Help!. SOS!. I'm stuck!. Hurray!. Hurrah! ( Full Answer )
This is a list of the frequencies of letters used in the English Alphabet, E being the most used and Z being the least used. E T A O I N S H R D L U C M F G Y P W B V K X J Q Z Z is used 0.07% of the time in the English Language.
There isn't a word that uses every letter of the alphabet. The Guinness Book of World Records gives this as the shortest sentence to use all 26 letters "Mr Jock, T.V.Quiz Ph.D, bags few lynx."
Z is the least used letter in the alphabet. Answer Actually, according to a full scan of the 11th edition Concise Oxford Dictionary, the least used letter was Q. Z is sometimes said, and X is also sometimes said, but think about how many words have the prefix -EX.
It is X as of the Websters Dictionary. It only has 25. But in Second is Q.
The least used letter of the alphabet is a tie between "J" and "Z" _________ The previous answer is wrong. X occurs in the fewest words in English.
The English alphabet consists of 26 letters: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. A 'letter' is a grapheme in an alphabetic system of writing.
There are 26 letters. They are: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z. You might know the song.
Unlike other world languages, English has a very limited use of letter variants, which include diacritics and punctuated letters. The only punctuation regularly used is the apostrophe, indicating the position of removed letters in contractions. (e.g. don't, he's)
a-alligator b-bat c-cat d-dog e- elephant. f-frog g-goat h-horse i-ibis j-jellyfish. k-kangaroo l-lion m-monkey n-narwhal o-octopus. p-panda q-quail r-rabbit s-sheep t-tortois. u-unicorn v-vulture w-wolf x-xiphias gladius y-yak z-zebra
What is your question?. A - Apple, Anchovies . B - Beef, Beans, Butter, Baklava, Bell peppers . C - Cake, Corn, Cream, Candy, Cookies, Cheese, Chicken, Chocolate . D - Dates . E - egg . F - Fish, Figs . G - Green Beans . H - Ham, Honey, Halvah . I - Ice Cream . J - Jello, Juice . K - kiwi…, ketchup . L - Lasagna . M - Milk, Mustard . N - Nuts . O - Oranges . P - Pie, Peas, Pudding, Potatoes . Q - Quiche . R - Rice . S - Soup, Stew, Sauce, Sugar . T - Turkey . U - uglifruit . V - Vegetables . W - Wheat . X - xmas cake . Y - yoghurt . Z -zucchini ( Full Answer )
There is no such word that contains ALL the letters of the Englishalphabet, however there are sentences containing all the letters:"THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG" (35 letters) "PACK MYBOX WITH FIVE DOZEN LIQUOR JUGS" (32 letters) There are dozensmore... but these are just a few.
the word is ...(brace yourself!) Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. It has 45 letters and is the longest word in most major English dictionaries.
Â· Aardvark Â· Addax Â· Adelie Penguin Â· Afghan Hound Â· Airedale Terrier Â· Alaotra Grebe Â· Alaskan Malamute Â· Alaskan Salmon Â· Albatross Â· Alpaca Â· American Alligator Â· American White Pelican Â· Amsterdam Albatross Â· Angus Cow Â· A…nt Â· Anteater Â· Antelope Â· Anchovy Â· Andean Condor Â· Angelfish Â· Anaconda Â· Ape Â· Aphid Â· Arabian Horse Â· Arctic Loon Â· Armadillo Â· Ascension Island Frigatebird Â· Atlantic yellow-nosed Albatross Â· Australian Pelican Â· Autobon's Shearwater Â· Avocet ( Full Answer )
There is no single word that has every letter of the Englishalphabet. The riddle answer is " alphabet " which contains all theletters of " t-h-e-a-l-p-h-a-b-e-t ."
There is no word in the English language that includes all 26letters, but there are sentences that uses all of them. Here aresome short pangrams using standard written English, not involvingabbreviations or proper nouns: "Jived fox nymph grabs quickwaltz." (28 letters) "Glib jocks quiz nymph to v…exdwarf." (28 letters) "Sphinx of black quartz, judge myvow." (29 letters) "How vexingly quick daft zebrasjump!" (30 letters) "The five boxing wizards jumpquickly." (31 letters) "Pack my box with five dozen liquorjugs." (32 letters) ( Full Answer )
In English, there are more words starting with the letter 's' than any other letter. But there are more words containing the letter 'e' than any other letter.
We have only been able to find: INCOMPUTABLES (Appropriate, don't you think!) We will continue to search to see if there are any more. In the meantime, here are some 13-letter 'two-word' groups which contain half the letters of the alphabet: . Angelic sprout . Glued apricots . Lethargic Duos … . Placid morgues ( Full Answer )
Air Pressure Barometer Compound Diffusion Einstein Friction Gravity Humidity Iodine Joint Kidney Lens Mineral Nuclear Ocean Photosynthesis Quasar (basically a giant black hole) Rotation Solar Flare Thermometer Urine Vascular Water Cycle X-Ray Year Zero Gravity, Absolute Zero (-273.15 degrees Celsius…, when all matter stops moving) ( Full Answer )
Apple, birch, cottonwood, dogwood, eucalyptus, fig, grapefruit, hackberry, ironwood, juniper, kiwi, locust, magnolia, Norway spruce, oak, palmetto, quaking aspen, redbud, sequoia, tangerine, umbrella palm, viburnum, weeping willow, yuzu tree (a citrus tree) and zelkova are trees. They begin with th…e letters a-z. ( Full Answer )
This better not be for school LOL: Angel Baby Jesus Candy Canes/cold Canadian winter lol Decorations/December Exitement Fun in the snow Gifts Halo/Ham Icecle Jesus Kind/ Lemon tarts Manger Nice list/ Naughty list Ornaments Party Quilt ? Resting Santa Clause Ti…nsel Unopened gift ? Velvet dress Winter Xylophone ? Yummy dinner Zzzzzzz (sleeping) ( Full Answer )
Some examples with the consecutive letters of the alphabet next to each other: Consecutive, left to right.... --> . ca NOP y . DEF ine . fi RST . HIJ ack . STU pid Consecutive, right to left ...
Â· ambitious Â· brilliant Â· courteous Â· decisive Â· energetic Â· fearless Â· generous Â· humble Â· industrious Â· jovial Â· kindhearted Â· likeable Â· modest Â· neighborly Â· optimistic Â· pragmatic Â· quiet Â· reliable Â· …sincere Â· thoughtful Â· unselfish Â· vigilant Â· witty Â· xenophobic Â· youthful Â· zealous ( Full Answer )
Â· apple Â· blueberry Â· cherry Â· date Â· eggplant Â· fig Â· grapefruit Â· honeydew melon Â· ita palm Â· jalapeno pepper Â· kiwi Â· lemon Â· mango Â· nectarine Â· orange Â· peach Â· quince Â· rasp…berry Â· strawberry Â· tomato Â· uvilla Â· velvet bean Â· watermelon Â· xigua Â· youngberry Â· zucchini ( Full Answer )
A alpha romeo B Buick C Chrysler D dodge E elantra F fiat G gremlin H Honda I Isuzu J jaguar K kia L Lincoln M Mazda N Nissan O opel P Pontiac Q quattro R rolls Royce S Saturn T Toyota U uplander V volkswagen W wrx X xantia Y yaris Z zagato
T (but not if it's iced T). 'T' might be hot, but 'I' is hotter!
Â· icky Â· icy Â· identical Â· idiotic Â· idle Â· ignorant Â· ill Â· illegal Â· illiterate Â· illustrious Â· imaginary Â· immediate Â· immense Â· imminent Â· impartial Â· imperfect Â· impolite Â· important Â· imported Â·… impossible Â· impractical Â· improbable Â· impure Â· inborn Â· incandescent Â· incompetent Â· incomplete Â· inconclusive Â· incredible Â· industrious Â· incredible Â· inexpensive Â· inexperienced Â· infamous Â· infantile Â· inferior Â· infinite Â· informal Â· innate Â· innocent Â· inquisitive Â· insecure Â· insidious Â· insistent Â· insolent Â· instinctive Â· instructive Â· intelligent Â· intentional Â· interesting Â· internal Â· international Â· invincible Â· irate Â· ironclad Â· irritating Â· itchy ( Full Answer )
Abbey, about, ace, afford, age, air, alert, alibi, alive, alter, although, altitude, amateur, ambition, ambulance, ammonia, ammunition, amnesia, amount, amuse, angel, announce, ant, apron, arm, atom, auto, aviation and award are words. They begin with the letter a.
The English alphabet is a modified version of the Latin alphabet also called the Roman alphabet. This was developed from the Greek alphabet and the letter 'Alpha' or 'A' is the first letter in the Greek alphabet so it carried over.
Most languages of the south pacific have short alphabets of around 13 letters, such as Hawaiian and Tahitian. Rotokas has the shortest, with only 12 letters.
Ampersand (&) It was common practice to add at the end of the alphabet the "&" sign as the 27th letter, pronounced and . Thus, the recitation of the alphabet would end in: "X, Y, Z and per se and ". This last phrase was routinely slurred to "ampersand" and the term crept into common English usage… by around 1837. ( Full Answer )
Angel Buy Christmas Cake Drummer boy Excitement Family Gift Happy Inviting Jolly Kings Lights Merry Nice Ornament Prayer Quiet Rudolf Santa Toys Under the tree Visitor Wish Xmas Yule Log Zealotry I must admit, I had to go to Yahoo Answers for some help as I was stuck on a few like Y, Z
Â· babies Â· baby Â· back Â· badge Â· bag Â· bait Â· balance Â· ball Â· balloon Â· banana Â· band Â· bank Â· bar Â· base Â· baseball Â· basin Â· basket Â· basketball Â· bat Â· bath Â· battle Â· bead Â· beam Â· … bean Â· bear Â· beast Â· beauty Â· bed Â· bedroom Â· bee Â· beef Â· beetle Â· beggar Â· beginner Â· behavior Â· belief Â· bell Â· berry Â· bike Â· bird Â· birth Â· birthday Â· bison Â· bit Â· bite Â· blade Â· blood Â· blow Â· board Â· boat Â· body Â· bomb Â· bone Â· book Â· boot Â· border Â· bottle Â· boundary Â· box Â· boy Â· brain Â· brake Â· branch Â· brass Â· bread Â· breakfast Â· breath Â· brick Â· bridge Â· brother Â· brush Â· bubble Â· bucket Â· buffalo Â· building Â· bulb Â· bun Â· bus Â· bush Â· butter Â· button ( Full Answer )
Eight is the only single digit number to be spelled with all of its letters in alphabetical order. Eighty is another such number, but it is two digits . I'm not sure if there are others.
words aren't used in alphabets. They're used in languages. If you are asking what the least used word is in a particular language, you'd have to specify which language you're talking about.
It depends on what language you are talking about. If you meanSpanish, the least used letters are K and W. If you mean English,the least used letters are X and Z.
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "B" comes after the letter"A". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "F" comes after the letter"E". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "K" comes after the letter"J". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "M" comes after the letter"L". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "N" comes after the letter"M". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "O" comes after the letter"N". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "P" comes after the letter"O". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "P" comes after the letter"Q". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "S" comes after the letter"R". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "U" comes after the letter"T". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "W" comes after the letter"V". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "X" comes after the letter"W". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The alphabet has 26 letters. The letter "Y" comes after the letter"X". The English alphabet, in order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z