Upon reviewing the map, you may have noticed that many Americans have a tough time spelling "beautiful", which is ironic considering we have an entire song dedicated to our country titled, "America the lovely".
When is the last time you used a dictionary?
A Google study has given some insight on state-by-state spelling habits by looking at search results for the phrase "How do you spell".
Earlier this week, Google Trendstweeted an infographic displaying the word each state has the most trouble spelling. That's the word CT struggles to spell.
In no particular order, here are some other interesting spelling stumpers.
It's the word "maintenance" that sent spellers in Texas searching on Google.
"Diarrhea" was No. 1 - or, well, the most searched-for word - in New Hampshire.
"Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", at 34 letters, is the longest word on the map, with both CT and West Virginia residents searching for it.
The most common query is "beautiful", leading the way for New York, Ohio, Kentucky, Minnesota and California.
The company mapped the top "how to spell" searches by state. and managed to misspell "ninety" as "nintey". And hey, at least we're not Wisconsin, which has to use Google to spell its own name.