How Do You Spell SEAX?
Seax is a word that originated from Old English and refers to a type of single-edged knife used by the Saxons as a weapon or tool. The spelling of this word may be unfamiliar to some, but it follows common English phonetic rules. Seax is pronounced /seks/ in IPA phonetic transcription, with the "a" sounding like "ah." The "x" is a representation of the Saxon letter "g," which makes a guttural "h" sound, contributing to the word's unique spelling.