ANST - spelling question
Decker, Terry D.
TerryD at Health.State.OK.US
Mon Jul 6 13:55:25 PDT 1998
grif·fin also grif·fon or gryph·on (grîf¹en) noun
A fabulous beast with the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion.
[Middle English griffoun, from Old French griffon, from grif, from Latin
grýphus, variant of grýps, grýph-, from Greek grups.]
So all of your spellings are correct.
> After seeing so many spellings for the word Gryphon I would like to know
> how many out there are really spelled that way and why? Which is correct?
> Where did the word come from? Root?
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