L'Officiel Du Jeu Scrabble - New Words

New Words

  • ODS 1 (1990)
    • 2 letters : BI
    • 3 letters : ADO, ALU, BOG, DAW, GOS, LEM, LOG, LOS, MAO, MOB, NIF, OYE, PEC, POP, REZ, RIO, ROS, ZOB
  • ODS 2 (1994)
    • 2 letters : EX
    • 3 letters : ASA, BIO, CIF, CUT, FAX, FOG, GÉO, HUN, IBN, IBO, ISO, JAB, KOP, KWA, MAX, MÉO, MIX, MOS, NEM, OLA, OUH, RAC, RAP, TAG, UTE, WOK, YAM
  • ODS 3 (1999)
    • 2 letters : AA
    • 3 letters : AAS, ADA, CIS, CRÉ, DIN, DOC, FAF, IPÉ, IXA, IXÉ, JAM, KYU, MOA, MOX, NAY, NÉO, NEY, OUD, RAM, SAX, SPA, TAR, TIP, WEB, YUE, ZEF
  • ODS 4 (2004)
    • 2 letters : none
    • 3 letters : ÉWÉ, HUB, MÉL, PAP, SOM, TAF, TAT, WAD, WAP, ZEC, ZUP
  • ODS 5 (2008)
    • 2 letters : BA, BÊ
    • 3 letters : AÏD, DOP, DUB, ÉCO, EXO, FAQ, GEX, GUR, KÉA, KRU, MMM, MOR, MUG, OBA, PHÔ, QIN, YET, ZEK

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