More words please there is not enough words!!!
As far as I know, these are the only words in the dictionary with the spelling “gg” representing a /j/ sound.
Should it be ‘solfeggio’ with an L?
Correct again, thanks so much. I did get a professional editor to go through my lists a while ago but a few things got missed, and this word is not in my spoken vocabulary, I’m not very musical. I very much appreciate your attention to detail.
My pleasure! Happy if I can contribute in some small way to this great resource.
I actually do a lot of music (though not voice stuff) and only realized it had an L when Google corrected me. Also found out through looking at this pattern that ‘arpeggio’ (a word I use quite a bit) is generally with /dʒ/ and not /ʒ/. Good to know!
I know another person said this, but more words! I’m not pushing you, I just need some more if possible! It’s probably best to go and search in a dictionary/internet, but if that’s what your doing, ok!! Srry if I disturbed you but I have an interview and I speak English. But have no idea about this.
Try YOUR best!!
for spelfabet….| Thxx from Moira to Spelfabet…thx Alison!
Moira, this is all the words with the /j/ sound for gg… Alison has done all she can. Now if you want her to make up some nonsensical and not in the dictionary words, maybe she could, but that won’t help your case.
If you need a list of 10, then I suggest that you could use, for example, suggest as the base word, and put words like “suggestion”, “suggested”, or “exaggeration” “exaggerates”. See if that works for you.
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