How Do You Spell GAINE?

Correct spelling for the English word "Gaine" is [ɡ_ˈeɪ_n], [ɡˈe͡ɪn], [ɡˈe‍ɪn]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of GAINE

  1. Vagina or sheath-g. de I'Apophyse styloide, Vaginal process of the temporal bone-g. de la Veine porte, Vagina or sheath of the vena porta.

Common Misspellings for GAINE

Below is the list of 66 misspellings for the word "gaine".

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  • gaimne
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  • gain e
  • gaayene
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  • gain4e
  • Gaife
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  • Gai.e
  • gaiune
  • Gainu
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  • Giine
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  • gainje
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  • gqine
  • gaihne
  • Gcine
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  • gainbe
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  • gainhe
  • gzine
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  • gajine
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  • yaine
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  • gaeyene
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  • gauine
  • Gaioe
  • vgaine
  • gaione
  • tgaine

Usage Examples for GAINE

  1. Enuy, malice, flattery, disdaine, Auarice, deceit, falsned, filthy gaine. - "The Arte of English Poesie" by George Puttenham
  2. Whereupon it is to be noted, that in the laying hold of a State, the usurper thereof ought to runne over and execute all his cruelties at once, that he be not forced often to returne to them, and that he may be able, by not renewing of them, to give men some security, and gaine their affections by doing them some courtesies. - "Machiavelli, Volume I The Art of War; and The Prince" by Niccolò Machiavelli
  3. Iarbus shall but loue: So doth he now, though not with equall gaine, That resteth in the riuall of thy paine, Who nere will cease to soare till he be slaine. - "The Tragedy of Dido Queene of Carthage" by Christopher Marlowe
  4. Had He required life of us againe, Had it beene wrong to ask His owne with gaine? - "Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood" by George MacDonald
  5. Seeing the water so calme and faire, we ventured some 3 leagues, to gaine a point of the firme land, that by that means we should shorten 7 or 8 leagues in our way. - "Voyages of Peter Esprit Radisson" by Peter Esprit Radisson