How Do You Spell GEDEROTH?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛdəɹˌɒθ] (IPA)

Gederoth is a Hebrew word that describes a town in ancient Israel. It is spelled with two syllables: Ge-de-roth. The first syllable is pronounced /ɡɛ/ or "geh" and the second is pronounced /dəˈroʊθ/ or "deh-roth". The "g" is a voiced velar stop, while the "d" is a voiced alveolar stop. The "r" is a voiced alveolar approximant, and the "o" is an open-mid back rounded vowel. The "th" at the end of the word is pronounced as a voiceless dental fricative, like "th" in "thin".

Common Misspellings for GEDEROTH

  • federoth
  • vederoth
  • hederoth
  • yederoth
  • tederoth
  • gwderoth
  • gsderoth
  • gdderoth
  • grderoth
  • g4deroth
  • g3deroth
  • geseroth
  • gexeroth
  • geceroth
  • geferoth
  • gereroth
  • geeeroth
  • gedwroth
  • gedsroth
  • geddroth


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