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Lingo Solver

Tool (Solver) to solve grids of Lingo (game show) and find a word using the position information of the letters of other words.

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Lingo Solver

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What is Lingo? (Definition)

Lingo is a televised word game similar to the French show Motus whose goal is to find a word by successive propositions.

Each attempt by the player must be an existing word in the dictionary starting with the same letter and having the same number of letters as the word sought.

After each trial, a system of colored boxes indicates any placed letters 🟥, any misplaced letters 🟡 and any other letters missing from the word 🟦.

The object of the Lingo game is to find the word in a maximum of 6 attempts.

What is Wordle/WordGuessr?

Wordle is a copy of Lingo which proposes to find one word per day, géré par le New York Times.

WordGuessr is also a copy that allows unlimited endless Wordle practice.

How to use Lingo solver?

Enter the last line (the known pattern of the word) with - (dash) for unknown letters.

Example: L--G- for a 5 letter word with L in 1st position and G in 4th position.

Enter the incorrectly positioned letters and the letters declared as missing from any previous lines.

The Lingo solver will then generate the list of possible words.

Cheating by using the Lingo solver during a game goes against the ethics of the game. The solver should be used for learning and self-improvement purposes, not used as a cheating tool that distorts results from a game.

When was Lingo invented?

Lingo started in 1988 in Canada, then the TV show spread worldwide.

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