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When a word is pronounced like spelled out letters, such as okay, tepee, enemy, empty, beady, cutie, you, are, tea, bee, see, oh, queue, why, icy, easy, excess, decay, envy, kewpie, seedy, and so on.
Ellie and CeCe liked that their names were examples of elemenopy.
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(ehl-ehm-EHN-uh-pee) noun: The characteristic of pertaining to the English alphabet.

elemenopic (ehl-ehm-ehn-AWE-pick), adjective; -ically, adverb
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Having the property of sounding like a real English word. This word was invented to be an ironic definition for the sound of the letter sequence "LMNOP."
Is "ebolient" even a real word? I don't know, but it's got elemenopy.
by Vanuatu Michael May 17, 2018
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