What words have only vowels?
Words (found in major English dictionaries) consisting entirely of vowels include AA (a type of lava), AE, AI, AIEEE, IAO, OII, EAU, EUOUAE, OE, OO, I, O, A, IO, and UOIAUAI, the last of these being the longest vowel-only word (seven letters).
Which word has no vowels?
Is the Y in cry a vowel?
In the words cry, sky, fly, my and why, letter Y represents the vowel sound /aɪ/.
Are W and Y vowels?
The rule for telling the two apart is simple: The letter “y” is a consonant when it is the first letter of a syllable that has more than one letter. If “y” is anywhere else in the syllable, it is a vowel. Sometimes, the letter “w” is a consonant, and other times it is a vowel.
Can w ever be a vowel?
The letter w> is usually a consonant. It is a vowel only when it teams up with an , , or to spell a single sound—as in the words draw, few, and low. So the letter w> is a vowel only in the two-letter teams , , and . Everywhere else w> is a consonant.