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Wordle in Spanish: the word of the day June 1 | Digital Trends Spanish

Wordle in Spanish has reached the levels of popularity of its original simile in English, and at Digital Trends in Spanish we want to start giving you clues and solutions so you can find the word of the day.

One thing: don’t cheat. Read a couple of clues, and then play before going to the result.

How to play it? Wordle consists of guessing the five letters of a word without clues, which must be deduced in six attempts. After a first attempt, the program warns with different colors if one of the chosen letters is not in the word. If the squares turn grey, it means that the chosen letters are not part of the proposed word; if they do it in yellow, yes they are in it, only in a different position. Finally, if we see the boxes in green, it means that the letters have been placed in their corresponding place.

The Wordle in Spanish of June 1:

  • It is a place
  • ends in N
  • It has 3 consonants and two vowels.
  • None of its letters are repeated
  • It contains neither the E, nor the I, nor the M, nor the S

Do you already have it?

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The word of the day is:


According to the RAE, it is said of the native of Japan, an Asian country.

More tomorrow!

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