Common misspellings for digraph:
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Definition of digraph:
- Two signs or characters combined to express a single articulated sound; as ea in head, or th in bath.
- Combination of two sounds or letters to represent one simple sound, as ea in read. Also, digram.
- Two letters expressing but one sound, as ph in digraph.
- Two letters with the sound of but one.
- A union of two characters with a single sound, as oa in boat or ch in church.