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How Do You Spell DAIRE?

Correct spelling for the English word "Daire" is [d_ˈeə], [dˈe͡ə], [dˈe‍ə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Anagrams of DAIRE

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Common Misspellings for DAIRE

Below is the list of 61 misspellings for the word "daire".

  • xdaire
  • dair4
  • dzaire
  • da8re
  • daeyere
  • dauire
  • dfaire
  • daijre
  • dai4e
  • Dairm
  • dcaire
  • dairer
  • daifre
  • daikre
  • fdaire
  • da9re
  • daayere
  • dai5e
  • Daize
  • dai4re
  • daiure
  • dajire
  • draire
  • dair5e
  • da9ire
  • dzire
  • daiere
  • dairse
  • dairew
  • dairte
  • Dai2e
  • daiore
  • dair e
  • dajre
  • daire3
  • dair3
  • ddaire
  • Dahre
  • dairfe
  • dairwe
  • dai8re
  • dqaire
  • daoire
  • daitre
  • rdaire
  • da8ire
  • daqire
  • dai5re
  • dazire
  • dairre
  • d aire
  • da ire
  • dai re
  • dair4e
  • dai9re
  • dxaire
  • dsaire
  • daire4
  • dairr
  • daiire
  • dair3e

Usage Examples for DAIRE

  1. The King and Queen took up their abode in the city; and the houses of Jean Daire were, it appears, granted to the Queen- perhaps, because she considered the man himself as her charge, and wished to secure them for him- and her little daughter Margaret was, shortly after, born in one of his houses. - "A Book of Golden Deeds" by Charlotte M. Yonge
  2. It happened that Curoi Mac Daire did this; he had come to help his comrades, and he was in Cotal over against Munremar Mac Gerrcind. - "The Cattle-Raid of Cualnge (Tain Bo Cualnge)" by Unknown
  3. The king of this island, Daire, had not hitherto spoken, but he now did so with astonishment and emphasis. - "Irish Fairy Tales" by James Stephens
  4. Fourteen hundred years ago- in 546, to be exact- Columba, greatest of Irish saints after Patrick and Brigid, passed this way, and stopping in the oak grove which clothed the hill on which the town now stands, was so impressed with the lovely situation, that he founded an abbey there, which was known as Daire- Columbkille- Columba's Oak- grove. - "The Charm of Ireland" by Burton Egbert Stevenson
  5. And for to go to the Mount of Sinai, before that men go to Jerusalem, they shall go from Gaza to the Castle of Daire. - "The-Travels-of-Sir-John-Mandeville" by Mandeville, John, Sir
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