How Do You Spell ATHECATA?
"Athecata" is a biological classification term used to describe a group of hydrozoan animals. The spelling of this word can be explained using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). The initial "a" is pronounced as the "a" in "cat" /æ/, followed by the "th" sound /θ/ as in "thin". The next syllable contains the "e" sound /ɛ/, followed by the "c" sound /k/ and the "a" sound /æ/ again. The final syllable contains the "t" sound /t/ and the "a" sound /æ/. Therefore, "Athecata" is pronounced as æˈθɛkətə.
Common Misspellings for ATHECATA