How Do You Spell NAMELY?

Correct spelling for the English word "namely" is [n_ˈeɪ_m_l_ɪ], [nˈe͡ɪmlɪ], [nˈe‍ɪmlɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of NAMELY

  1. as follows

Common Misspellings for NAMELY

Below is the list of 315 misspellings for the word "namely".

Usage Examples for NAMELY

  1. And straightway as we went by the road, I learnt the whole of the matter from the servant who went with me out of the city and placed in my hands the babe, namely that it was in truth the son of Mandane the daughter of Astyages, and of Cambyses the son of Cyrus, and that Astyages bade slay it. - "The History Of Herodotus Volume 1(of 2)" by Herodotus
  2. Mr. Justice Field is an officer of high rank in the most important department of the Government of the United States, namely, that which is charged with the administration of legal justice. - "Personal Reminiscences of Early Days in California with Other Sketches; To Which Is Added the Story of His Attempted Assassination by a Former Associate on the Supreme Bench of the State" by Stephen Field; George C. Gorham
  3. For you, the wide, wide world, a visit to the seat of light and learning already referred to, namely, Winnipeg. - "The Major" by Ralph Connor
  4. It was always an absurd statement- an old nurse's tale- but it is now more absurd than ever, considering that the only friend of the kind I ever had or am likely to have is dead and buried- namely, Fabio Romani. - "Vendetta A Story of One Forgotten" by Marie Corelli
  5. For example, in the case of the person leaving the house, and suddenly returning to provide himself with an umbrella, there is first the knowledge of a fact, that " the sky is lowering;" then there is an inference drawn from this fact, that " there will most probably be rain;" but the comfort- the whole benefit arising from this knowledge, and from this reasoning upon it,- depends on the third stage of the operation, which is therefore the most important of all, namely, the application of the inference, or lesson, to his present circumstances. - "A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education" by James Gall