Common misspellings for though:
theough, thoguh, thouugh, thouygh, thoght, thorugh, thougth, thouigh, thouogh, tnough, trhough, thhough, thougt, lthough, thogh, thoughy, htough, thorgh, thoughly, thuogh, thoigh, thougher, throuh, thuorgh, thoygh, thourgh, thougs, thoughs, thouh, thugh, thourg, thoug, thgouh, thouht, thoue, throgh, thtough, theouth, athough, thught, thaugh, thjough, thiough, thopugh, thoough, thouhgh, theiugh, thouhg, thoth, theugh, tohugh, thoiugh, thout, tghough, thouge, thuoght, hough, throiugh, thouggh, tthough, thouth, thoghs, thiught, thiugh, thoruh.
Definition of though:
- Granting; admitting; even if; notwithstanding; that.
- Granting or admitting, as " though he slay me, yet will I trust in him"; notwithstanding; however: as though, as if. Note.- In familiar language, though is used at the end of a sentence in the sense of however, yet, and is meant to reuder emphatic and affirmative the statement or opinion of the speaker- that, in spite of drawbacks, such " was or would be,"- as, " his division was successful though.".