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How to Pronounce hyla?

Correct pronunciation for the word "hyla" is [hˈa͡ɪlə], [hˈa‍ɪlə], [h_ˈaɪ_l_ə].

What are the misspellings for hyla?

  • hygla,
  • h6yla,
  • hylc,
  • hgyla,
  • hylwa,
  • iyla,
  • yyla,
  • h7yla,
  • hyal,
  • hbyla,
  • hytla,
  • uyla,
  • xyla,
  • hyola,
  • hy7la,
  • yla,
  • hyhla,
  • yhla,
  • hylaz,
  • h9la,
  • h6la,
  • nyla,
  • hylla,
  • jhyla,
  • hylqa,
  • hyli,
  • hylka,
  • hyka,
  • hykla,
  • ghyla,
  • hylz,
  • hylza,
  • hy la,
  • hjyla,
  • h yla,
  • hyma,
  • hy6la,
  • hyyla,
  • hylaq,
  • hylaa,
  • hnyla,
  • hyl a,
  • hylas,
  • hylw,
  • uhyla,
  • hypla,
  • nhyla,
  • hyls,
  • htyla,
  • hylq,
  • hyha,
  • hxla,
  • yhyla,
  • hyloa,
  • hhyla,
  • bhyla,
  • hylpa,
  • hylsa,
  • jyla.

"Hyla" in context

Hyla is a genus of frogs native to the Americas and parts of Europe. The genus is divided into two subgroups, the tree frogs (Hyla cinerea) and the bush frogs (Hyla squirella). The tree frogs are known for their small size, their wide range of colors, and their distinctive large eyes. The bush frogs have a mottled pattern of skin and generally have longer bodies than their counterparts. These frogs are known to inhabit a variety of habitats including forests, fields, and gardens.

Usage over time for hyla:

This graph shows how "hyla" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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