Published: Fri, June 01, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

McKinney’s Karthik Nemmani Wins National Spelling Bee

McKinney’s Karthik Nemmani Wins National Spelling Bee

Naysa Modi from Frisco finished second as she misspelt "Bewusstseinslage".

While Yeshlur mastered cholent, he sadly did not move on to the Scripps National Spelling Bee finals, which are slated to be held on Thursday night.

The Greek word "koinonia" - most commonly pronounced "koy-nuh-NEE-uh" - is defined as "intimate spiritual communion and participative sharing in a common religious commitment and spiritual community".

"I had confidence, but I didn't think it would really happen", the Dallas News quoted Nemmani as saying.

Bautista spelled her words correctly in rounds two and three, "clogwyn" and "wrangler", but her score in the preliminaries was not high enough to make the finals.

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"Being in the national spelling bee is such an honor because we get to witness one of the most biggest educational academic mental sports ever created in history", Akash said before the third round.

Sixteen spellers entered the prime-time competition on Thursday night, including nine girls and seven boys. Add National Spelling Bee as an interest to stay up to date on the latest National Spelling Bee news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

"It's been great from the speller perspective". Bee officials said the plan had been to whittle down the field to about a dozen contestants for the prime-time competition. She first competed in the bee as a cherubic 9-year-old. "I wanted to watch", he said with a laugh. Each speller stood in front of the microphone and saw the bright lights at least once as the Bee trimmed its massive pool Tuesday and Wednesday. But then the three-time Missoula County spelling bee champion will once again hit the books. "She deserved the trophy as much as I did", Nemmani told The Associated Press.

Remmers said her daughter, a seventh-grader at Target Range School, was watching her face when she was on the phone.

New reports of Natarajan's win at the time were headlined as that the child of immigrants, and his winning word "milieu" was used to draw out the uniqueness of the feat.

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