What is the correct spelling for OTTAW?
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Correct spellings for OTTAW
- aorta They may all be regarded as branches of the aorta .
- attar The Moorish captain, who was from Cambaya, went on shore and delivered this insolent message to the king and his governor Attar ; who immediately sent Khojah Beyram with a message to Albuquerque, excusing them for not having sent to inquire what the Portuguese wanted in their port, and promising that the governor should wait upon him next day. Attar however did not perform this promise, but endeavoured to spin out the time by a repetition of messages, in order to strengthen the fortifications of the city, and to receive farther supplies.
- oat An old man and a woman gave him an oat cake and a drink of home-brewed.
- ottawa In Upper Canada, with the exception of a very few people of German or Dutch descent, and some French Canadians opposite Detroit and on the Ottawa River, there was an entirely British population of at least 400,000 souls.
- otter The Indians came down the Christina in their canoes or overland, bringing their packs of beaver, otter , and deer skins, their tobacco, corn, and venison to exchange for the cloth, blankets, tools, and gaudy trinkets that pleased them.
- out Now it is quite out of the question."
- outlaw Once more the loud, insistent pounding was repeated, and as before, the outlaw , his hands on his guns, commanded her not to answer.
- utah To return on our back trail would require two weeks, and to go out by the trail north to Utah meant half as much time over the same kind of desert.
- Otto "Why, sure you can land, Otto ," Valkanhayn said.
- Etta It depends on what part of Africa, Etta .
- Ot I am certain of the former from the French Alphabet of De la Mothe, and the Orthoepia Gallica of John Eliot; and of the latter from the Rhymes of Marot, Ronsard, and Du Bartas.
- GOTTA Gotta haffa credit offen 'em."