Wordle 625 Answer Today, March 6: The Wordle challenge today is interesting. The word of the day has a specific meaning in English language but it is more common as a proper noun in India. What could be tricky is that the word has only one vowel. There is no absolutely rare consonant. The combination of letters will become easy to guess if you get the vowel and another letter and their placements right in the first couple of attempts. You are unlikely to face the problem of multiple options. Need more help to solve Wordle 625? Read on!
How To Play Wordle And What Its Rules Are
Wordle was created by US-based software engineer Josh Wardle in 2021. It was later bought by The New York Times in January 2022. Free-to-play Wordle is essentially a guessing game, and has been a hit from the beginning. NYT did not bring any changes to its features after the takeover.
Every day, or rather midnight, a new challenge is released across the world. This means some countries get to see the new five-letter word before others do.
The rules are simple. A player gets six chances to guess the randomly generated word of the day. The squares meant to contain the letters turn green, yellow or grey depending on the status of the letters you enter, and the colours of the box let you know if you are on the right track or wrong.
If the box turns green, the letter is in the right position. A yellow box means the word contains this letter but you have placed it wrong. A grey box means the letter is incorrect.
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Wordle 625 Hints And Answer
- The word has one vowels
- There is no duplicate letter
- It is a noun
- The vowel is ‘I’
- The last letter is ‘Y’
The hints were useful, we hope. If not, read on and see the right answer.
The Wordle 625 answer is ‘PINKY’. In this part of the world, the word is more popular as a common noun, but in English language ‘pinky’ is the alternate spelling of ‘pinkie’, which means “the smallest finger of a person’s hand”, as described by the Cambridge dictionary.
Find past Wordle solutions here.