Hi again! To continue our theme of past championship words, let’s explore the word hydrophyte. This word was spelled by Julie Ann Junkin from Birmingham, Alabama to win the 1974 Scripps National Spelling Bee. A hydrophyte is a plant that grows in water. Hydrophyte comes from the Greek roots hydro, meaning water, and phyt, meaning plant. It literally means “water plant!” An example of a hydrophyte is a water lily. Look for another post next week!
That’s how you spell it!
Oh! That’s how you spell it.Thanks!
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