Reblog: 5 words in English that Consist only of Vowels

This does not include truncated words used in texting like I C U.  This is especially helpful for Scrabble or Lexulous players.

https://www.wordgenius.com/the-only-5-words-in-english-that-consist-of-vowels

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NEW LINK! Courtesy of Bonnie Brown;

8 thoughts on “Reblog: 5 words in English that Consist only of Vowels”

  1. Oh darn. The link is dead again. Well, let me guess …. “You”, “Yea”, “Eye”, Yay”, and maybe “Oy”? I don’t like the last one, but it’s arguably English. Actually, I’m a bit uncomfortable using “and sometimes Y” as a vowel because whoever posed the challenge may have meant five words that contain only A, E, I, O, and U. Still,. it’s what I can come up with off the top of my head.

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      1. Interesting. “Eau” is certainly visible in English-speaking countries, but it’s a French word. If you use it, it’s in a Francophone context. Now I’m really curious. I wonder what the words were?
        Oh, I forgot about “Aye” last night. Long John Silver would never forgive me.

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