Do you know there's no word as 'Spellings' it's 'SPELLING'?
This is my first time....But...What is the evidence for this ???
What do you mean? If you're talking about a verb, "to spell" can only be spelling, like you say "she was spelling the word out" not "she was spellings the word out". Obviously. But when you say "spelling" as a noun, the plural of that noun is "spellings", so "spellings" is in fact a word. As in, "she found that there were many spellings of the name Hannah".
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