How Do You Spell REATA?

Reata, also spelled riata, is a term used to describe the traditional rope used by cowboys in the American West. The word is of Spanish origin, derived from "reata" or "riata," which means "rope" or "lariat." The phonetic transcription of the word is /reɪˈɑːtə/, with a long "a" sound in the first syllable and a schwa sound in the second. The spelling of the word can vary based on regional dialects and language influences, but the pronunciation remains the same.

Common Misspellings for REATA

  • eeata
  • feata
  • teata
  • 5eata
  • 4eata
  • rwata
  • rrata
  • r4ata
  • r3ata
  • rezta
  • rewta
  • reqta
  • reara
  • reafa
  • reaya
  • rea6a
  • rea5a
  • reatz
  • reatw

Similar spelling words for REATA

Plural form of REATA is REATAS

26 words made out of letters REATA

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