Words are there in the english language with no vowels?
The word myrrh contains neither a vowel letter nor a "vowel sound" (as in the "Y" doesn't act as a vowel)
The only words in the english language that use W as a vowel come from the welsh but were adopted into the english language are:
crwth (pronounced /ˈkrʊθ/ or /ˈkruːθ/ and also spelled cruth) is a Welsh musical instrument similar to the violin and A cwm (pronounced /ˈkuːm/) is a deep hollow within a mountain, usually with steep edges, such as the Western Cwm of Mount Everest. However, it is nearly always spelled combe (as in Ilfracombe and Castle Combe), coomb (as in J. R. R. Tolkien) or comb (as in Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
Lynx has "y", which the original poster will not accept ;) grin
Many onopatopoeia words don't have vowels.
You can see words with no vowels here, but most if not all use Y.
no such word, it is inpossible, that's why the vowels are A, E, I, O, U, and SOMETIMES Y. when why there is no vowel in a word, only y, it takes the place of a vowel=)
ok whoever thinks that "w" is a vowel, name one word where it is used as a vowel...but yes "y" can deffietly be a vowel but come on..."W" !?
CWM is an english word where "W" is a vowel
Yeh they are. Heare are a few examples shy, fly, dry,fry,psych
Rhythm - the "y" sort of makes up for the missing vowel.
vowels a e I o you sometimes why and sometimes w
lol 'y" and 'w' sometiimes are used as vowels
Raised to the "nth" degree.
words in text messages!:)
How about . . . . . Hmmm