What is the correct spelling for IQRA?

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Correct spelling for IQRA

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Possible correct spellings for iqra

  • agra Though the presence of Dom Geronimo in Agra was an omen of bad fortune, they agreed, in converse over a meal of which they were much in need, that his animosity would be exerted in vain if they maintained the good relations already established with the Emperor.
  • aqua The collar of diamonds and aqua marines shimmered like the reflection of shadowy lightning across her throat; a single splendid jewel glowed on her left hand as her fingers flashed among the cards for the make-up.
  • ara The peasants of Subiaco ascend the stairs here represented on their knees, as the Scala Santa in Rome is ascended, and, occasionally, even the numerous stairs of Ara Coeli.
  • aura That mist was an aura of phantasy or imagination with which their minds were possessed.
  • cora
  • era
  • ira
  • iraq
  • ire
  • irk
  • okra
  • Ora
  • Ezra
  • Cara At first Cara wondered what had happened, and even when he saw his mother lay down and stretch her neck along the sand did not realize what it meant; but in another instant his mother had warned him, and as he lay down and closed his little nostrils he noticed a huge, curious cloud sweeping across the desert.
  • Kara
  • QR
  • INRI
  • IKEA
  • old-fashioned
  • convexing

5 words made from the letters iqra

3 letter words made from iqra:

ira, air.

4 letter words made from iqra:

iraq, iqra, ariq.

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