How Do You Spell CAVAEDIUM?

The word "cavaedium" is a Latin term used to describe a covered passage or corridor in ancient Roman architecture. Its spelling can be explained through IPA phonetic transcription as /kəˈviːdiəm/, where the first syllable is pronounced with a schwa sound and the following sounds include a long "ee" sound, a "d" sound, and the schwa sound again. The final syllable contains an "i" sound, an unstressed "ə" sound, and a "m" sound. This word highlights the rich historical background of the Latin language and its impact on contemporary vocabulary.

Common Misspellings for CAVAEDIUM

  • xavaedium
  • vavaedium
  • favaedium
  • davaedium
  • czvaedium
  • csvaedium
  • cwvaedium
  • cqvaedium
  • cacaedium
  • cabaedium
  • cagaedium
  • cafaedium
  • cavzedium
  • cavsedium
  • cavwedium
  • cavqedium
  • cavawdium
  • cavasdium
  • cavaddium
  • cavardium

Plural form of CAVAEDIUM is CAVAEDIA

129 words made out of letters CAVAEDIUM

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