How Do You Spell OTMA?

OTMA is an acronym used to refer to the four daughters of Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra of Russia: Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia. The spelling of OTMA is straightforward as it is simply the first letter of each daughter's name. However, the pronunciation may not be as easy to decipher. Using International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) notation, OTMA would be pronounced /ˈɒtmə/. This means the "o" is pronounced as in "pot," the "t" is pronounced as in "top," and the "a" is pronounced as in "comma," with the stress on the first syllable.

Common Misspellings for OTMA

  • 0tma
  • o6ma
  • 0otma
  • 9otma
  • o9tma
  • otfma
  • oytma
  • otyma
  • o6tma
  • ot6ma
  • o5tma
  • ot5ma
  • otnma
  • otmna
  • otkma
  • otmka
  • otjma
  • otmja
  • otmza
  • otmwa
  • otmaw
  • otmqa
  • otmaq
  • otmaa
  • ot ma
  • otm a

19 words made out of letters OTMA

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