How Do You Spell EXA-?

The prefix "exa-" is used to signify one quintillion or 10^18 in the measurement of various quantities. This prefix is pronounced as /ˈɛksə/ in the International Phonetic Alphabet. The letter "x" is used to represent the "ks" sound, while the short "e" sound is represented by the letter "e". The symbol "ə" represents the schwa sound at the end of the syllable. The spelling of "exa-" is consistent with the standard rules of English spelling, which use the letter "x" to represent the "ks" sound in words.

Common Misspellings for EXA-

  • exa0
  • ewxa-
  • 4exa-
  • e4xa-
  • 3exa-
  • e3xa-
  • ezxa-
  • exza-
  • exaz-
  • exaw-
  • exaq-
  • exa-0
  • exa-p
  • e xa-

5 words made out of letters EXA-

2 letters

3 letters

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