Common misspellings for 12th:
11t h, q2th, 1wth, 12rh, 12fh, 12yh, 126h, 125h, 12tg, 12tb, 12tn, 12tj, 12tu, 12ty, 212th, 122th, q12th, 1q2th, 12qth, 1w2th, 12wth, 132th, 123th, 12rth, 12trh, 12fth, 12tfh, 12gth, 12tgh, 12yth, 12tyh, 126th, 12t6h, 125th, 12t5h, 12thg, 12tbh, 12thb, 12tnh, 12thn, 12tjh, 12thj, 12tuh, 12thu, 12thy, 1t2h, 12ht, 12tth, 12thh, 92th, 52th, 32th, 02th, 1rth, 124h, 12dh, 12ph, 12vh, 12uh, 12tx, 12tl, 12ti, 1 2th, 12 th, 12t h.
Usage examples for 12th
The 12th of December the Emperor's Majesty and all his nobility came into the field on horse- back in most goodly order, having very fine jennets and Turkey horses garnished with gold and silver abundantly; the Emperor's Majesty having on him a gown of rich tissue and a cap of scarlet on his head, set not only with pearls, but also with a great number of rich and costly stones; his noblemen were all in gowns of cloth of gold, who did ride before him in good order by three and three, and before them there went 5, 000 arquebusiers, which went by five and five in a rank in very good order, every of them carrying his gun upon his left shoulder and his match in his right hand, and in this order they marched into the field where the aforesaid ordnance was planted. The Discovery of Muscovy etc. by Richard Hakluyt