Definition of Misspelling. Meaning of Misspelling. Synonyms of Misspelling

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Misspelling. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Misspelling and, of course, Misspelling synonyms and on the right images related to the word Misspelling.

Definition of Misspelling

Misspelling
Misspell Mis*spell", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Misspelled, or Misspelt; p. pr. & vb. n. Misspelling.] To spell incorrectly.
Misspelling
Misspelling Mis*spell"ing, n. A wrong spelling.

Meaning of Misspelling from wikipedia

- misspelled may depend on context and the orthographic conventions adopted, as is the case with American / British English distinctions. Misspelling can...
- causes of misspelling. Hence, phonetic misspelling is common, once a word is mispronounced. For example, the word realize may be misspelled as "relize"...
- A satiric misspelling is an intentional misspelling of a word, phrase or name for a rhetorical purpose. This is often done by replacing a letter with...
- Intentional misspelling may refer to: Sensational spelling Satiric misspelling...
- Gogle may refer to: A misspelling of "Google" A misspelling of "goggle" A misspelling of Nikolai Gogol's surname...
- refer to: A castrated male goat A castrated male sheep A misspelling of weather A misspelling of whether Wether Down, a hill in Hampshire Wether Hill (Lake...
- names misspelled words and/or homophones that pla**** on double meanings of the names as spoken. Examples include the Beatles, an intentional misspelling of...
- in 2009 described users' comments on YouTube as: Juvenile, aggressive, misspelled, ****ist, homophobic, swinging from raging at the contents of a video to...
- used to perform simple and repetitive tasks, such as correcting common misspellings and stylistic issues, or to start articles such as geography entries...
- Cacography is deliberate comic misspelling, a type of humour similar to malapropism. The term in the sense of "poor spelling, accentuation, and punctuation"...
Loading...