Today’s Wordle #707 Hints, Tips and Answers for Saturday, May 27

It was the first Saturday of summer vacation. The sun is shining. Birds are chirping. Children are free.

It’s also a big weekend for the TV shows I follow. Yellow jackets It ended its second season with a truly terrible finale, and then there are two on Sunday successively And Barry airing their respective series finales. I am very surprised Yellow jackets Too bad, and I’m sad that these other two shows are coming to an end soon.

Anyway, I hope you all had a lovely weekend and a great start to the (unofficial) summer! I can’t believe it’s almost June. . . .

Let’s do this wordlay!


How to Solve Today’s Word

Note: Noodles.

Clue: This word has more consonants than vowels.

Answer:

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Today’s Wordle Etymology

The word „ramen” is derived from the Chinese word „lamian” which means „pulled noodles”. Ramen is a popular Japanese dish consisting of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat or fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso, and topped with various ingredients such as sliced ​​pork, seaweed, eggs, and vegetables.

Ramen’s origins can be traced back to China, where it was introduced in the late 19th century. Chinese immigrants brought their culinary traditions to Japan, and ramen quickly became popular as an affordable and delicious street food. Over time, ramen has developed its own unique Japanese style and flavor profile, reflecting the country’s unique culinary preferences.

In the early 20th century, the word „ramen” was widely used in Japan. It is believed to originate from the pronunciation of the Chinese characters used to write „lamian” in Japanese. The characters „拉麺” (pronounced „la mian” in Mandarin) were adapted into Japanese, giving rise to the word „ramen”.

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Ramen became an integral part of Japanese cuisine and has become internationally popular, with countless regional variations and styles both in Japan and around the world.


Wordbot analysis

After I finish a Wordle, I always go to check-in Wordley bot See how I scored on each individual guess and see if I beat Pat or not.


That’s lucky! I really tried to put the word out Maine As my first guess but it was not accepted so I replaced 'E’ with 'S’ mains Gave me one green box and two yellow boxes.

At this point, I was literally stunned. Nothing works! Finally I thought Raman So shocked when it came in green – but it turns out to be the only option left! mains Eliminated all possible solutions!

Today’s Score: I wish this was yesterday’s word since 2XP is Friday, but oh well. I get 2 points for guessing two and 1 point for beating Wordley Pott (who got four) for a whopping 3 points! Hussa!

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I am playing PvP wordline cutthroat game against my opponent wordle. Now you have to play against me! I can be your enemy! (Your helpful Wordle guide, of course). You can too Play against the bot if you have a New York Times subscription.

  • Here are the rules: 1 point To get wordly in 3 guesses.
  • 2 points To get in 2 guesses.
  • 3 points 1 to get at the guess.
  • 1 point For beating Eric
  • 0 points To get it in 4 guesses.
  • -1 point To get in 5 guesses.
  • -2 points To get it in 6 guesses.
  • -3 points For lost.
  • -1 point For losing to Eric
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