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The letter 'w' is NOT a vowel, amirite?

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mhm, right. i suppose you think 'b' isnt a vowel either?

Captain Obvious to the rescue!

thatdaydreamers avatar thatdaydreamer Yeah You Are +6Reply

It's a vowel in Greek and Welsh..

Wmmm.... yws wt ws. Dwmmw.

Anonymous +1Reply

Who said it wasn't?

What do those words even mean

Impolites avatar Impolite Yeah You Are 0Reply

I think it used to be in like Latin or Greek, like 'v' was used as a 'u'

mariyahhs avatar mariyahh Yeah You Are 0Reply
@mariyahh I think it used to be in like Latin or Greek, like 'v' was used as a 'u'

I don't know about Latin, but in Old English v was used as a u, and in Greek, v (nu), was used as an n.

VictoryAACs avatar VictoryAAC Yeah You Are 0Reply
@mariyahh I think it used to be in like Latin or Greek, like 'v' was used as a 'u'

In Latin, there's no such letter as 'w'. But in Ancient Greek, 'w' is 'oh' (there are two different 'o' sounds in Greek).

Anonymous 0Reply

i dont like english... it makes my head hurt!!!!!!

Anonymous 0Reply

Eh.
Probably depends on the language...
Like if you have to type out Chinese, V becomes a vowel.

bunnygal268s avatar bunnygal268 Yeah You Are 0Reply

actually...sometimes w is a vowel...i took a vocab class...they taught us all those weird things like that...but its rare...theres a big long weird rule about it

Anonymous 0Reply

in welsh it is :]

I confirm it's a vowel in Welsh.

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