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How Do You Spell CHIRON?

Correct spelling for the English word "CHIRON" is [k_ˈaɪ_ɹ_ɒ_n], [kˈa͡ɪɹɒn], [kˈa‍ɪɹɒn]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for CHIRON

Below is the list of 107 misspellings for the word "chiron".

  • xhiron
  • vhiron
  • fhiron
  • dhiron
  • cgiron
  • cniron
  • cjiron
  • cyiron
  • chjron
  • chkron
  • ch9ron
  • ch8ron
  • chieon
  • chirkn
  • chirln
  • chirpn
  • chir0n
  • chir9n
  • chirob
  • chirom
  • chiroj
  • chiroh
  • xchiron
  • cxhiron
  • vchiron
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  • fchiron
  • cfhiron
  • dchiron
  • cdhiron
  • cghiron
  • chgiron
  • cbhiron
  • chbiron
  • cnhiron
  • chniron
  • cjhiron
  • chjiron
  • cuhiron
  • chuiron
  • cyhiron
  • chyiron
  • chiuron
  • chijron
  • chkiron
  • chikron
  • chioron
  • ch9iron
  • chi9ron
  • ch8iron
  • chi8ron
  • chieron
  • chireon
  • chidron
  • chirdon
  • chi5ron
  • chir5on
  • chi4ron
  • chir4on
  • chiroin
  • chirkon
  • chirokn
  • chirlon
  • chiroln
  • chirpon
  • chiropn
  • chir0on
  • chiro0n
  • chir9on
  • chiro9n
  • chirobn
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  • chiromn
  • chironm
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  • chiorn
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  • chiiron
  • chirron
  • chiroon
  • chironn
  • kHIRON
  • gHIRON
  • CxIRON
  • CiIRON
  • CHyRON
  • CHhRON
  • CHIzON
  • CHIR_N
  • CHIRgN
  • CHIRnN
  • CHIROf
  • chayeron
  • cheyeron
  • chighron
  • c hiron
  • ch iron
  • chi ron
  • chir on
  • chiro n

Usage Examples for CHIRON

  1. Moreover now nor change of fodder serves, And subtlest cures but injure; then were foiled The masters, Chiron sprung from Phillyron, And Amythaon's son Melampus. - "The Georgics" by Virgil
  2. The Centaur Chiron, Jason's tutor, was reputed the first to divide the Heavens upon the sphere of the Argonauts. - "Astronomy for Amateurs" by Camille Flammarion
  3. " Then, Mademoiselle Chiron, before-" " No, no, monsieur, no!" - "The Hampstead Mystery" by John R. Watson
  4. His uncle Pelias had seized his father's kingdom, and Jason was borne away to the mountains by night and given, wrapped in a purple robe, to Chiron, the Centaur. - "Medea of Euripedes" by Euripedes
  5. And then from between the trees he saw coming toward him the strangest of all beings, one who was half man and half horse; this was Chiron the centaur. - "The Golden Fleece and the Heroes who Lived Before Achilles" by Padraic Colum
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