2 Letter Scrabble Words and definitions | SOWPODS Two letter words

You will be amazed at how placing 1 high scoring scrabble letter strategically can change the outcome of any game. These little words can be your best friend in the game of Scrabble. Especially with the high scoring tiles. Not many people even know these 2 letter scrabble words exist.

I have listed all the 2 and 3 letter accepted scrabble words below, along with there definitions. It is not mandatory that you learn there definitions however we all like to “show off” when our grandma tells us that it is not a real word!

This is the official SOWPODS list just to clarify. Before I start if your just here to find a 2 letter scrabble word from the tiles you have you can use our official sowpods Find word answer for word game, anagram solver tool up to 15 letterswhere definitions for all words are available by clicking the word.

  • AA: basaltic lava forming very rough jagged masses with a light frothy texture.
  • AB: away; from.
  • AD: an advertisement.
  • AE: forming plural nouns. Used in names of animal and plant families and other groups
  • AG: short for agricultural
  • AH: used to express a range of emotions including surprise, pleasure, sympathy, and realization.
  • AI: A three toed south American Toad
  • AL: A tree of East Indian origin
  • AM: The present tense of the word BE
  • AN: A form of the indefinite article
  • AR: variant spelling of ad- assimilated before r (as in arrive, arrogate ).
  • AS: To the extent off
  • AT: In the position off
  • AW: used to express mild protest, entreaty, commiseration, or disapproval.
  • AX: A verb. end, cancel, or dismiss suddenly and ruthlessly.
  • AY: An affirmative vote. See also AYE
  • BA: Egyptian mythology Eternal Spirit
  • BE: occur; take place. ”the exhibition will be in November”
  • BI: A person of bisexual preference.
  • BO: Amer Slang for friend
  • BY: identifying the agent performing an action.
  • CH: English Dial. For I
  • DA: A heavy Knife, Burmese.
  • DE: (forming verbs and their derivatives) down; away.
  • DI: twice; two-; double.
  • DO:perform (an action, the precise nature of which is often unspecified). ”something must be done about the city’s traffic”
  • EA: A river (dial)
  • ED: Short for education
  • EE: denoting the person affected directly or indirectly by the action of the formative verb. “employee”
  • EF: assimilated before f (as in efface, effloresce ).
  • EH: used to represent a sound made in speech in a variety of situations, in particular to ask for something to be repeated or explained or to elicit agreement. ”“Eh? What’s this?””
  • EL: an elevated railroad or section of railroad, esp. that in Chicago.
  • EM: a unit for measuring the width of printed matter, equal to the height of the type size being used.
  • EN: Half of above ^ EM. Printers measure
  • ER: expressing hesitation.”“Would you like some tea?” “Er … yes … thank you.””
  • ES: The letter S
  • ET: A past tense form of eat.
  • EX: (of goods) sold direct from. ”carpet tiles offered at a special price, ex stock”
  • FA: A note in music. Do re mi fa so la ti do
  • FY: An interj. Expressing disgust see also (FIE)
  • GI: A piece of clothing used in jiu jitsu, karate and judo
  • GO: Verb to depart, also a name of a popular Japanese board game
  • GU: A simple violin used in Shetland
  • HA: An exclamation of suprise. A shortened laughing sound.
  • HE: A male
  • HI: An English language way to greet somebody
  • HM: Interj. To express thoughtful consideration. Hmmm
  • HO: Interj. Calling of attention.
  • ID: Part of the Psyche
  • IF: A condition
  • IN: (verb) To harvest
  • IO: A cry of great joy
  • IS: third person singular present of be.
  • IT: used to refer to a thing previously mentioned or easily identified. ”a room with two beds in it”
  • JO: A staff 4 feet in length
  • KA: (verb) To serve. See also (kae)
  • KO: a knockout in a boxing match. Also a Maori digging stick.
  • KY: Cows. See also (KYE)
  • LA: A musical note
  • LI: A unit to measure distance in China
  • LO: used to draw attention to an interesting or amazing event. ”and lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them”
  • MA: A slang/shorterned term used for the word mother.
  • ME: used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself as the object of a verb or preposition. ”do you understand me?”
  • MI: A musical note
  • MM: An exclamation and expression of satisfaction
  • MO: a short period of time.
  • MU: the twelfth letter of the Greek alphabet ( Μ, μ ), transliterated as ‘m.’
  • MY: belonging to or associated with the speaker. ”my name is John”
  • NA: Scottish form of not, used after an auxiliary verb. ”I couldna sleep nights”
  • NE: originally called; born (used before the name by which a man was originally known).
  • NO: A no vote. Used to give a negative response. To oppose.
  • NU: the thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet ( Ν, ν ), transliterated as ‘n.’
  • NY: (verb) to approach
  • OB: An objection
  • OD: A mystic universal force
  • OE: A grandchild in Scotland (also OY, OYE)
  • OF: expressing the relationship between a part and a whole. ”the sleeve of his coat”
  • OH: To exclaim in surprise “OH I didn’t know that”
  • OI: Interj. To call for attention.
  • OM: A syllable intoned as part of a mantra
  • ON: physically in contact with and supported by (a surface).
  • OO: relating to or denoting an egg or ovum.
  • OP: a surgical or other operation
  • OR: used to link alternatives. ”a cup of tea or coffee”
  • OS: a bone (used chiefly in Latin names of individual bones, e.g., os trapezium ).
  • OU: a fruit-eating Hawaiian honey-creeper with a stout bill and green and yellow plumage.
  • OW: An expression used for sudden pain “ow that hurt”
  • OY: a type of harsh, aggressive punk music originally popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
  • PA: A slang or shortened word for father
  • PE: A Hebrew letter see also (PEH)
  • PI: To jumble or disorder
  • PO: A chamber pot
  • QI: A Chinese life force
  • RE: A musical note
  • SH: Interj. To request silence!
  • SI: A musical note
  • SO: to such a great extent. ”the words tumbled out so fast that I could barely hear them”
  • ST: An exclamation of impatience
  • TA: An English slang/shortened way of saying thank you.
  • TE: the chemical element tellurium.
  • TI: A musical note
  • TO: expressing motion in the direction of (a particular location). ”walking down to the mall”
  • UG: (ugly) displeasing to the senses; “an ugly face”; “ugly furniture” Also to express disbelief
  • UH: used to express hesitation. ”“I was just, uh, passing by.””
  • UM: expressing hesitation or a pause in speech. ”anyway, um, where was I?”
  • UN: Pronoun one. ”a good ’un”
  • UP: Toward the sky or a higher position “he jumped up”
  • UR: Interj. To express hesitation.
  • US: used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself and one or more other people as the object of a verb or preposition. ”let us know”
  • UT: A musical note
  • WE: used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself and one or more other people considered together. ”shall we have a drink?”
  • WO: A curse
  • XI: the fourteenth letter of the Greek alphabet ( Ξ, ξ ), transliterated as ‘x.’
  • XU: a monetary unit of Vietnam, equal to one hundredth of a dong.
  • YA: nonstandard spelling of you or your, used to represent informal pronunciation ”see ya later”
  • YE: Archaic dialect plural form of thou1. ”gather ye rosebuds, while ye may”
  • YO: used to greet someone, attract their attention, or express excitement.
  • YU: (Chinese) a Chinese scraper, used in Confucian temple work-ship, carved in the shape of a tiger, the sound of which is produced by scraping it with a split bamboo stick
  • ZA: is one of the six letters the Arabic alphabet added to the twenty-two inherited from the Phoenician alphabet (the others being). It represents a pharyngealized voiced dental fricative or voiced alveolar fricative
  • ZO: variant spelling of zoo-, shortened before a vowel (as in Zoantharia ).

Please note this is the official SOWPODS two letter word list.


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Published: March 20, 2014
Last modified: March 28, 2015
Created: March 20, 2014