How Do You Spell COPPLE?

Pronunciation: [kˈɒpə͡l] (IPA)

The spelling of the word "Copple" employs the IPA phonetic transcription to accurately represent its pronunciation. The first syllable is pronounced with the sound of "k" and the vowel sound "ah" as in "father" (kɑp). The second syllable uses the sound of "pl" and the vowel sound "uh" as in "cup" (plʌ). The combination of these sounds forms the word "Copple" (kɑpl). It is important to use correct spellings that accurately represent pronunciation to avoid confusion or miscommunication.

Common Misspellings for COPPLE

  • cople
  • coppal
  • capple
  • Coppul
  • ckpple
  • clpple
  • cppple
  • c0pple
  • c9pple
  • coople
  • colple
  • co-ple
  • co0ple
  • coplle
  • cop-le
  • cop0le
  • coppke
  • copppe
  • coppoe
  • copplw

Etymology of COPPLE

The word "copple" is most commonly associated with the phrase "copple-crown" which refers to the white crest or tuft of feathers on the head of a bird, especially a peacock or a bird of prey. However, there is limited information available on the etymology of this specific word.

Although the exact origin of "copple" is unclear, it is believed to be derived from the Middle English word "copul" or "coppe" which meant "top" or "head". This Middle English term itself may have been influenced by the Old English word "cop", also meaning "head" or "top". The addition of the suffix "-le" is a diminutive form, often used to indicate a smaller or less significant version of the root word.

Over time, "copple" evolved and became associated specifically with the crest or crown on the head of certain birds.

Similar spelling words for COPPLE


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