How Do You Spell COIGN?
Coign, pronounced /kɔɪn/, is a slightly archaic word that refers to a corner or angle where two walls meet. The spelling of the word has been a source of confusion over the years, with some people spelling it as "coin" or "coigne." However, the correct spelling is "coign," with an "i" in the middle. The word is derived from the Latin word "cuneus," meaning "wedge," and has been in use since the Middle Ages. Despite its archaic nature, the word can still be found in some literary works and legal documents.
Common Misspellings for COIGN