"Warewolf" is a misspelling of "werewolf," which is a mythical creature or folkloric being that is often depicted as a person who can transform into a wolf, or a hybrid creature with both human and wolf characteristics
Non-native English speakers often have difficulties in choosing between two different prepositions, articles, or other parts of speech. In this series of blog posts, we aim to help making the right decisions.
"Sterileness" and "sterility" are both noun forms of "sterile," which means being free from living microorganisms, bacteria, or germs.
"Repoire" is a misspelling of the term "rapport," which means a close and harmonious relationship
"Medival" is a misspelling of "medieval," which is an adjective that means related to the Middle Ages (≈A.D. 500-1500).
"Specist" is a misspelling of "speciesist," which is a person who puts higher value on one species over another, believing that species is superior to others.
"Pacient" is a misspelling of "patient," which can either be a noun or adjective. As a noun, it means a person who is under medical care
"Bafoon" is a misspelling of "buffoon," which means a ridiculous figure or person who is often viewed as ill-educated and unintelligent.
"Helth" is a misspelling of "health," which refers to the state of an individual's physical, mental, and social well-being
"Develope" is a misspelling of "develop," which is a verb that means to grow, advance, or make progress in various aspects