Common misspellings for spanish:

sponorship, spanihs, spnaish, panish, spansih, spanich, spinatch, spansh, sanwhich, spinich, sponership, spinnach, espanish, spinaich, spahish, spansish, spnich, spanird, spenish, spanisch, sapnish, spannish, spainish, spaniush, spinisch, soonish, spaniash, spanial, spaninsh, spash, signisher, spanis, sapniht, spaish, spaanish, opunish, spinsch, spanash, spnish, sanish, spanishs, spaniah, spiniach, spinish, punnish, spainsh, spaniesl, spanwsh, spanush, spinahc, openssh, spanished, spoanish, spanosh, hispanish, spinch, panashe, soanish, spatio, spianch, ponish, spanish2, spanlish, spania, spanish, spanier, spaniord, spanih, spinash, spinoch, spoinach, sponship, apanish, zpanish, xpanish, dpanish, epanish, wpanish, slanish, s-anish, s0anish, spznish, spsnish, spwnish, spqnish, spabish, spamish, spajish, spanjsh, spanksh, span9sh, span8sh, spanizh, spanixh, spanidh, spaniwh, spanisg, spanisb, spanisn, spanisj, spanisu, spanisy, aspanish, sapanish, zspanish, szpanish, xspanish, sxpanish, dspanish, sdpanish, sepanish, wspanish, swpanish, sopanish, slpanish, splanish, s-panish, sp-anish, s0panish, sp0anish, spzanish, spaznish, spsanish, spasnish, spwanish, spawnish, spqanish, spaqnish, spabnish, spanbish, spamnish, spanmish, spajnish, spanjish, spahnish, spanhish, spanuish, spanijsh, spankish, spaniksh, spanoish, spaniosh, span9ish, spani9sh, span8ish, spani8sh, spanisah, spanizsh, spaniszh, spanixsh, spanisxh, spanidsh, spanisdh, spaniesh, spaniseh, spaniwsh, spaniswh, spanisgh, spanishg, spanisbh, spanishb, spanisnh, spanishn, spanisjh, spanishj, spanisuh, spanishu, spanisyh, spanishy, psanish, sspanish, sppanish, spaniish, spanissh, spanishh, 3panish, cpanish, qpanish, rpanish, sxanish, stanish, sranish, sqanish, spcnish, spa.ish, spafish, spalish, spaoish, spanysh, spanmsh, spanhsh, spani3h, spaniqh, spanirh, spanisx, spanisi, spanayesh, spaneyesh, spa nish, span ish, spani sh, spanis h.

Usage examples for spanish

  1. My wife is, so to speak, Spanish, half that is.  Ulysses by James Joyce
  2. The name is Spanish."  The Secret Passage by Fergus Hume
  3. He was now in possession of the supreme authority over the Spanish armies, as well as the Portuguese and English, and had appeared in greater force than ever.  The History of Napoleon Buonaparte by John Gibson Lockhart