Common misspellings for tongue:
tongie, tinghe, torgue, tonce, tonge, dongo, wtong, towncar, tonihgt, tecnhique, conguer, thoungue, toungue, tougne, yonuger, tonght, enouge, toungu, tecnique, townhoue, ungue, donge, denuge, tecqnique, tongiht, tonget, tounge, tnough, technque, tongith, tonigte, tanlge, tange, teqnique, tength, tornique, dangeur, teconogy, doingthe, tecqunique, teeange, tungue, tehcnique, tonuge, tenue, toung, tequnek, tongh, betancur, techenque, teknique, tonage, yongue, tenage, tecneque, enoughe, tecnieque, tognue, tonighjt, tanuki, toungne, tonite, tecniqe, toungued, wonge, mothertongue, denague, ortong, tonnaue, tonques, tenchique, tonque, tangue, thounge, tehnique, younguer, tonghe, donoghue, toegher, togue, tonka, teenaje, tecnque, tinake, technquie, otange, tougune, toungh, tonught, tchnique, tongu, tonigt, tongueing, touge, towng, toungues, tuonge, tingue, tonugue, toengage, tounage, donghae, enoghe, donghe, tounger, tentue, toguh, tehinque, tonug, donlge, tenique, stonge, tochange, dungee, tengo, tequniqe, tenge, conque, tonigth, tonoght, tequnique, tougue, tonighit, tomgue, tongight, tonuges, dongho, stornge, tonue, toingue, tunge, tecknique, teenge, synogue, tincure, longue, tecnicquye, donimique, tangen, tecnnique, teqniqe, teqnuiqe, tequnigue, tngue, tonngue, tonguht, tontie, tonine, t once, ta once, t times, ta times, thanasius, tahanasius, thens, tahens, tomic, taomic, tomise, taomise, tomize, taomize, tonic, taonic, ttitudinise, tatitudinise, ttitudinize, tatitudinize, tamage, tamages, tamascus, tamask, tamning, tanaus, tank, tanseuse, tanzig, tawning, rongue, fongue, gongue, 6ongue, 5ongue, tkngue, tlngue, tpngue, t0ngue, t9ngue, tojgue, tonfue, tonvue, tonbue, tonhue, tontue, tongje, tong8e, tong7e, tonguw, tongur, tongu4, tongu3, rtongue, trongue, ftongue, tfongue, gtongue, tgongue, ytongue, tyongue, 6tongue, t6ongue, 5tongue, t5ongue, tiongue, tkongue, tokngue, tlongue, tolngue, tpongue, topngue, t0ongue, to0ngue, t9ongue, to9ngue, tobngue, tonbgue, tomngue, tonmgue, tojngue, tonjgue, tohngue, tonhgue, tonfgue, tongfue, tonvgue, tongvue, tongbue, tonghue, tonygue, tongyue, tontgue, tongtue, tonguye, tonguhe, tongjue, tonguje, tongiue, tonguie, tong8ue, tongu8e, tong7ue, tongu7e, tonguwe, tongure, tongu4e, tongue4, tongu3e, ongue, otngue, tnogue, tongeu, ttongue, toongue, tonggue, tonguue, 4ongue, dongue, vongue, uongue, tgngue, tmngue, tnngue, tonwue, toncue, toneue, tong5e, tongqe, tongum, tongua, twongue, t ongue, to ngue, ton gue, tong ue, tongu e.
Definition of tongue:
- Speech; words or declarations only; -- opposed to thoughts or actions.
- To talk; to prate; to use the tongue in modifying sounds. To hold the tongue, to be silent.
- To chide; to scold; to modify, as sound of a flute, with the tongue.
- To chide; to scold; to talk or prate much.
- Lingua, the muscular structure in the mouth, attached to its floor; it is the organ of taste, an accessory organ of speech, and turns the food in the mouth, insalivating it, and passing it backward into the pharynx.
- Muscular organ in the mouth used in speech and tasting; speech; language; anything like a tongue; point of land.
- Something likened to the tongue of an animal, as a promotory, bell clapper, pin of a buckle, etc.
- Speech; utterance; a language.
- The organ of taste in animals, and more especially of speech in man; speech; power of utterance; fluency of speech; mode of speaking a language; word or words; a people or nation; a point, as of a buckle; a projecting point of land; the taper part of anything.
- The chief instr. of speech, and the organ of taste; speech; discourse; power of speech; a language; anything resembling a tongue in its shaps, use, or situation; the projection on the end of side of a board which fits into a groove; the clapper of a bell.
- An organ on the floor of the mouth, usually movable and protrusible ; any tongue- like structure, as a radula, a ligula.
- [ Anglo-Saxon] An organ on the floor of the mouth, usually movable and protrusible; any tongue-like structure, as a radula, a ligula( biol.).