Can you spell America’s most misspelled words of 2018?

Just in time for the Scripps National Spelling Bee finals this week, Google released a list of the most misspelled words in the country for 2018.

The Google Trends data visualization is based on the top “how to spell” searches by state. According to the map, folks were most curious about the correct spelling of “beautiful.” In fact, the word ranked first in 11 states.

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Georgia joined five other states in confusion over the spelling of “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,” though some on social media are wondering why anyone would even need to use the word.

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is an English word meaning "extraordinarily good; wonderful," according to the Oxford Dictionary. The term originated in 1940 and was later popularized by the 1964 film, "Mary Poppins."

Other commonly misspelled words in America, according to the Google Trends data: resume, canceled, schedule and sincerely.

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This year's Scripps National Spelling Bee has drawn the largest number of competitors in its history, 516 spellers, but the field gets much smaller Wednesday with the announcement of the 50 or so spellers who will make Thursday's finals.

Here is the most misspelled word in each state (plus Washington, D.C.), based on the Google map:

  1. Alabama: cousin
  2. Alaska: veteran
  3. Arizona: beautiful
  4. Arkansas: beautiful
  5. California: beautiful
  6. Colorado: resume
  7. Connecticut: sincerely
  8. Delaware: decision
  9. Florida: hors d'oeuvres
  10. Georgia: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
  11. Hawaii: grateful
  12. Idaho: businesses
  13. Illinois: beautiful
  14. Indiana: beautiful
  15. Iowa: vacuum
  16. Kansas: consequences
  17. Kentucky: definitely
  18. Louisiana: favorite
  19. Maine: Connecticut
  20. Maryland: canceled
  21. Massachusetts: beautiful
  22. Michigan: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
  23. Minnesota: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
  24. Mississippi: gray
  25. Missouri: sincerely
  26. Montana: tomorrow
  27. Nebraska: nocturnal
  28. Nevada: probably
  29. New Hampshire: subtle
  30. New Jersey: resume
  31. New Mexico: permanently
  32. New York: resume
  33. North Carolina: beautiful
  34. North Dakota: yacht
  35. Ohio: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
  36. Oklahoma: canceled
  37. Oregon: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
  38. Pennsylvania: schedule
  39. Rhode Island: dying
  40. South Carolina: beginning
  41. South Dakota: chaos
  42. Tennessee: schedule
  43. Texas: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
  44. Utah: beautiful
  45. Vermont: solution
  46. Virginia: beautiful
  47. Washington: beautiful
  48. Washington, D.C.: permanent
  49. West Virginia: apparel
  50. Wisconsin: beautiful
  51. Wyoming: fiancé

The Associated Press contributed to this story.