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How Do You Spell NAPA?

Correct spelling for the English word "napa" is [n_ˈɑː_p_ə], [nˈɑːpə], [nˈɑːpə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of NAPA

  1. plant with an elongated head of broad stalked leaves resembling celery; used as a vegetable in east Asia

Common Misspellings for NAPA

Below is the list of 53 misspellings for the word "napa".

  • nzpa
  • napi
  • napqa
  • bnapa
  • nwapa
  • nspa
  • na-a
  • nqapa
  • nbapa
  • n apa
  • njapa
  • nhapa
  • napaa
  • npaa
  • napza
  • nazpa
  • nap0a
  • napw
  • napaw
  • nawpa
  • nap-a
  • hapa
  • napc
  • jnapa
  • naps
  • lapa
  • napaq
  • naapa
  • oapa
  • napoa
  • napq
  • napaz
  • nnapa
  • mnapa
  • napla
  • ncpa
  • nqpa
  • naqpa
  • naqa
  • napz
  • nsapa
  • nipa
  • nzapa
  • na0a
  • na0pa
  • naspa
  • hnapa
  • napwa
  • napsa
  • napas
  • fapa
  • nwpa
  • nepa

Usage Examples for NAPA

  1. Finally she wrote to Clough, who had arrived in Napa a fortnight before. - "A Daughter of the Vine" by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  2. You know the island in the Napa River just above the railroad bridge? - "In Macao" by Charles A. Gunnison
  3. Raymi- napa was the flock dedicated for sacrifice. - "History of the Incas" by Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa
  4. The day pupils were: Mary Hastings, Benicia; Virginia Hubbs, Benicia; Lou Boggs, Napa; Percy Garritson, Benicia; Maria Barber, Martinez; Amanda Hook, Martinez; May Hook, Martinez; Mattie Carpenter, San Francisco; Rebecca Woodbridge, Benicia. - "Sixty Years of California Song" by Margaret Blake-Alverson
  5. Dr. Clough brought a hack, at great expense, from Napa, and packed her into it as if she were a baby. - "A Daughter of the Vine" by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
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