What is the right spelling of tongue?

What is the right spelling of tongue?

tongue noun (LANGUAGE)

How do you spell ??


  1. Obsolete spelling of tongue.
  2. Misspelling of tongue.

What part of speech is tongue?

tongue (noun) tongue (verb) tongue–and–groove (adjective) tongued (adjective)

What’s a ? mean?

? Meaning – Tongue Emoji ? This icon shows a smiling mouth with a pink tongue sticking out, no face. It implies joking around, “ha-ha”, tricks, laughter, and general goofiness. This emoji could be used in reply to something funny, or to make fun of something the person has said or done.

What is slang for tongue?

Clapper. Clapper has been used as a slang name for the tongue since the 17th century, in the sense that a talkative person’s tongue constantly moves back and forth like the clapper inside a bell.

What is a synonym of tongue?

In this page you can discover 55 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for tongue, like: organ of taste, lingua, wagon pole, blabber, muscle, words, lapper, glossal, langue, genitals and bell clapper.

What’s the scientific word for tongue?

Deep cervical, submandibular, submental. Identifiers. Latin. lingua.

What is the other name of tongue?

What is another word for tongue?

beef tongue cow’s tongue
neat’s tongue lengua

What is the opposite of tongue?

What is the opposite of tongue?

listening quiet
silence standard

What is another name for cow tongue?

Lengua (Beef Tongue)

What word rhymes with tongue?

Word Rhyme rating Meter
dung 100 [/]
rung 100 [/]
stung 100 [/]
slung 100 [/]

What is the opposite of a kiss?

What are the antonyms for KISS? ram, knock, punch, whack.

What rhymes with kissing me?

Word Rhyme rating Categories
cris me 100 Phrase
dis me 100 Phrase
diss me 100 Phrase
dismiss me 100 Phrase

How do you describe a kiss?

Here are some adjectives for kiss: colder thy, fast jocose, unexpected paternal, long, hot-blooded, nearly chaste, chaste or innocent, demonically passionate, longer-than-formal, gaudy, passionate, scratchy, whiskery, quick daring, luscious voluptuous, final good-night, long, fervent, motherly good-night, shamelessly …

How do you describe a tongue kiss?

When describing a kiss here are ten main things to consider:

  • Lips- Soft, warm, sliding, gliding, smooth, chapped, rough, dry, forced, sudden, moving slowly, romantically.
  • Tongues- Wet, warm; tracing lips, teeth and tongue; smooth and graceful or teasing.