Is there a Spanish word with W in it?

Spanish word meaning in English features
W The 24th letter of the Spanish alphabet {letter}
wafle waffle {m}
waflera waffle iron {f}
wagneriana feminine form of wagneriano {f}

Does the letter W exist in Spanish?

The letter ‘W’ (called ‘uve doble’ or ‘doble u’) stands out from the rest of the letters in the Spanish alphabet. This is because there are no native Spanish or Latin (where Spanish derives from) words that use the letter ‘W’.

What words have the letter W in it?


  • knowledgeable.
  • assemblywoman.
  • congresswoman.
  • businesswoman.
  • featherweight.
  • whistleblower.
  • untrustworthy.
  • counterweight.

What letter does Spanish not use?

The first silent letter in Spanish is the letter H. This letter is always silent unless it is next to the letter C. When you see the letter C next to an H you need to make a ch sound. This sound is almost identical to the ‘ch’ sound in English.

What letter isn’t used in Spanish?

Fun Fact: The letter “e” is the most common letter in both English and Spanish. Fun Fact: The letter “w” is the least used letter in Spanish. So how many letters are there?

What is a 5 letter word that starts with W?

5 letter words that start with W

  • wacke.
  • wacko.
  • wacks.
  • wacky.
  • waddy.
  • waded.
  • wader.
  • wades.
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What’s the W word swear?

(euphemistic) The word whore.

What is the longest word that begins with W?

12-letter words that start with w

  • welterweight.
  • wholehearted.
  • weatherproof.
  • weightlifter.
  • warehouseman.
  • wollastonite.
  • workingwoman.
  • whippoorwill.

Is J in Spanish silent?

J=H, H=silent, so J=Silent.

What is the letter ll called in Spanish?

As you’ve probably realised, ll is very common in Spanish! Rather being a separate letter in the Spanish alphabet, ll is what’s known as a digraph. Put simply, this means it’s a combination of two letters representing a single sound. We also have digraphs in English such as sh, th, and ck.

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