How Do You Spell SCOT?

The word "scot" consists of four letters and represents a person of Scottish origin. It is pronounced /skɒt/ in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). The spelling of "scot" follows the traditional English spelling rules, where the letter "s" is followed by the letter "c" to produce the "sk" sound. The "o" is pronounced as a short "o" sound, and the "t" represents an unvoiced dental plosive. The spelling of the word has remained unchanged for centuries, reflecting its rich cultural and historical significance.

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Plural form of SCOT is SCOTS

19 words made out of letters SCOT

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