In school, did your Grammar teacher drum in the written-in-stone rule that, in the Queen’s English, Q is always followed by a U? Like in queen, queer, quotient, quibble…you get the drift? Sadly, he or she was wrong, very wrong! Maybe the rule actually applied in the times when words were carved into stone, but not in modern parlance!
Not in times when communication is computer-driven digitized so ‘Qwerty’ makes immense sense! Or, when cross-cultural influences make local words global – like Qabala or Qigong or Qorma. Read on…build your vocabulary!
6 Letter Words with Q not followed by U:
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