How Do You Spell RHEA?

The word "rhea" is a bit tricky to spell. Its pronunciation is [ˈriːə], which means the first syllable is stressed and the "ea" is pronounced as a long "e" sound. The root of the word comes from Greek mythology, where Rhea was the mother of the gods. In English, "rhea" can refer to either a large flightless bird native to South America or a genus of flowering plants. So, if you want to spell "rhea" correctly, remember the long "e" sound and the stressed first syllable.

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Plural form of RHEA is RHEAS

21 words made out of letters RHEA

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