Some methods of spelling an unfamiliar word are sounding out the word slowly, breaking it into syllables, and thinking about the root of a word.
A spell, charm or hex is a set of words, spoken or unspoken, which are
considered by its user to invoke some magical effect. Historical attestations exist
for the ...
to name, write, or otherwise give the letters, in order, of (a word, syllable, etc.):
Did I spell your name right? 2. (of letters) to form (a word, syllable, etc.): The
to read slowly and with difficulty —often used with out. 2. : to find out by study :
come to understand —often used with out <it requires some pains to spell out ...
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v. spelled or spelt (spĕlt), spell·ing, spells. v.tr. 1. To name or write in order the
letters constituting (a word). 2. To constitute the letters of (a word): These letters ...
spell (plural spells) ... [show ▽]Terms derived from spell (noun, etymology 1) ....
spell (third-person singular simple present spells, present participle spelling, ...
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But the current senses seem to come from Anglo-French espeller, Old French
espelir "mean, signify, explain, interpret," also "spell out letters, pronounce, recite,
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