Tool to find the missing consonants in a word or text whose consonants have been omitted. dCode displays all possible words with the requested consonants.
Missing Consonants - dCode
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A word whose consonants have been deleted is therefore only composed of vowels. The human brain has great difficulty in reconstructing the original word because missing consonants are crucial. The use of an automatic search tool to find removed consonants is essential but returns many words.
Example: EOE = DECODE (or dozens of other words)
For a human or computer like dCode, it is extremely complicated to find the expected word, only the context can help, otherwise it is necessary to try all the possible words in a given dictionary.
Removing the consonants from a word is deleting each letter among B,C,D,F,G,H,J,K,L,M,N,P,Q,R,S,T,V,W,X,Z, that is equivalent to keep only vowels.
The Y is, typographically speaking, a vowel, but in phonetics, it is can be considered as a consonant, and some people do not take it as a consonant, its removal is dependent on the choice of the user.
In English, several words do not have consonants, among the most common : YOU, EYE, YOYO, A, etc.
In English, the longest words composed only of vowels are EUOUAE (a music term) or AYEAYE (a lemur) with 6 letters.