Wordle 377 answer for July 1: An Obscure puzzle! Check Wordle hints, clues, solutions
Wordle 377 answer for July 1: It is not an everyday occurrence when you have to pick up a dictionary just to understand what the word means after solving it on Wordle, but today, you just might. While Wordle is known for using common words for its puzzles, today's word might confuse a lot of non-native speakers of the language. Even many natives might struggle to know what it is. And as such, it is very important that people do not make the mistake of wasting their attempts on guessing other unrelated words. You can avoid it by using these Wordle hints and clues which will ensure that you have necessary information about the word to take it on. If you still feel confused, you can always scroll to the bottom for the solution.
Wordle 377 hints for July 1
Apart from its obscurity, there is another problem with the word that I faced. Even after figuring out all the letters, I was not able to think of the word in the next attempt as the letters form another much common word as well. This anagram is going to confuse a lot other people today as well. So, if you can think of an easier word as the answer, ignore it. We recommend using a consonant heavy starting word.
Wordle 377 clues for July 1
Today's word begins with the letter P.
The word has two vowels.
The word ends with O.
The other vowel is I.
Biggest clue - The word describes a specific type of a horse.
That's all for today's clues. We hope they were enough to give you a solid headstart into the game. But if you want another boost, scroll down for the answer. But you might prefer to give the game a fair shot first.
Wordle 377 answer for July 1
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Today's word is PINTO. It means, “a horse or pony of various breeding that is marked with patches of white and another color," according to Merriam Webster. The word comes from the Latin American Pinto which means marked or spotted. Make sure to check back again tomorrow for more hints and clues.