solution and clues to the hidden word

Sunday is a good day to relax, but you cannot ignore Wordle’s words of the day and its different variants to squeeze your coconut with any of them. If any of them is difficult for you, you can use our guide with the advice, the clues and the solution of the words of January 15, 2023 of the Wordle in Spanish, the Wordle Tildes and the Wordle Científico.

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How to play Wordle, Wordle Tildes and Wordle Scientist

When playing any of these versions of Wordle you must do so from a computer or mobile device and then click on one of the following links:

All three versions have a maximum of six attempts to come up with the mystery words. Once a word is written, you will see that its letters will light up in one of these three colors: green if they are placed in the right position, yellow if it is present in another place, and gray if it does not exist.

On the other hand, in the Wordle Tildes one of its vowels goes with a tilde and in the Scientific Wordle you will have to think of a word or name related to science. Here are the clues and solutions for January 15.

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Clues for the challenge #374 of the Wordle in Spanish on January 15

  • It is made up of three vowels.
  • It is made up of two consonants.
  • One of his letters is repeated.
  • It is one of his vowels
  • The first and last letters are the repeated letter.
  • Between them there is an M and an I.
  • Person with whom you have friendship.

Solution for the challenge #374 of the Wordle in Spanish on January 15

Clues for the #321 Wordle Tildes challenge on January 15

  • It is composed of two vowels.
  • It is composed of three consonants.
  • There are no repeated letters
  • It begins and ends in consonants.
  • Between them there is a U and an R.
  • The letter that carries the tilde is E.

Solution for the challenge #321 of the Wordle Tildes of January 15

Clues for the #308 Scientific Wordle challenge on January 15

  • Contains three vowels.
  • Contains four consonants.
  • There is a letter that is repeated.
  • The first is a vowel and the last letter is a consonant.
  • Among all of them there is an S, a T and a D.
  • It is a unit of magnetic field strength named after a Danish physicist and chemist.

Solution for the challenge #308 of the Scientific Wordle of January 15

Magnetic Field Strength Unit by Hans Christian Ørsted was a Danish physicist and chemist, best known for experimentally discovering the physical relationship between electricity and magnetism, and for isolating aluminum.

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