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by Joseph T. Thompson
- - witā pheek, s. f. The point of a scourge. tfit FT phee-ka, adj. Weak, vapid, tasteless, insipid ; pale, sallow, light (in cel nur). w:#1E phoon- kar, ...
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tfitar pheek, s. f. The point of a scourge. tätät phée-ka, adj. Weak, vapid, tasteless, insipid ; pale, sallow, light (in colour). **To phoon-kár, s. f. Hiss (of a snake). *TGIT phoon-kār-na, v. n. To hiss (as a snake). **Tú phoon- ká-ree, s. f. Hissing (of a "snake). Phoonkaree marma, To hiss (a snake). *in phéon-gee, s. f. A sprout, a bud, the point of an ear of corn. wivic phoon-hár, s. f. The small drops of rain. [d'eau. tivtri phoon-há-ra, s. m. A fountain, a jet **ws phéok-na, ...
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Scrabble value of P3H4E1E1K5
The value of this 5-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.