How is it spelled correctly: sovereignty, sovereignty, sovereignty?
The noun "sovereignty" is the most difficult to write, if you do not visually represent this word, have no idea about nm. Strive for this, since a noun is a dictionary one, it is possible to check only one vowel in nm, and the rest must be memorized mechanically.
So, the correct spelling looks like this - "sovereignty". The third syllable can be checked by the one-root adjective" sovereign. "And about the rest of the dubious vowels, we can say that:
- The letter "y" in the first syllable is not such a big problem.
- And the rest of the vowels are "e", except for the penultimate "and".
Well, if we consider that the word "sovereignty" is based on the Latin sovereign (literally "its (independent) government"), then the second and third vowels in this word should be "e", not "and" - "and", "and" - "e" or "e" - "and".
sovereignty - the test word sovereign, stress on the last "e".
this word comes from the French souverainete - supreme power.
Correctly spelled - "sovereignty" (from the French. "Souverainete" - "supreme power") - the supremacy and independence of power. This term in relation to the state was first used by Jean Boden (France, XVI century).