Welcome to The Ultimate 2 Letter Words List for Scrabble and Words With Friends. (Updated in 2020)
I’ve displayed all Scrabble and Words With Friends 2-letter words in several different ways, so you can consume the data in the way that works best for you. Please let me know if you see any errors or omissions. To jump straight down to the word lists, click the links below to skip ahead to your display of choice:
Before I display the lists, here are a couple other tidbits of information you might find helpful while reading this page:
What’s the Difference Between TWL and Collins Scrabble?
You will notice that there are three different lists for each display. One is for Words With Friends, and the other two are for Scrabble “TWL” and Scrabble “Collins.” Apparently the Scrabble Dictionary community fractured several years ago and formed two separate communities, much like the IRL and CART split in Indycar Racing in the 1980s. Scrabble tournaments now need to specify which dictionary they are using:
The Tournament Word List (TWL) – This is the list that is used (mostly) in North America
The Collins Scrabble Words List – This is a much more inclusive list, used by most other English-speaking countries. As far as 2-letter words are concerned, it includes all TWL words, plus 20 extra words.
Do You Have Other Advice on Game Strategy?
Funny you should ask. 🙂 The answer is yes! Go check out my page, Words With Friends Tips and Strategy. It discusses the differences between Words With Friends and Scrabble, and also offers tips and strategy on gameplay. While it’s based on Words With Friends, much of the strategy discussed will apply to both games.
Listing By Letter
This list will give you the 2 letter words for Words With Friends and Scrabble, listed by words that start with and end with each letter. Click the letter below to jump to its word listing.
A Venn Diagram probably isn’t the most useful way to search for words. However, I thought it would be interesting to see the relationships, similarities, and differences between each list. Click on the Venn Diagram to see an enlarged copy.
There you have it. As I said before, let me know if you see any errors, or have any suggestions. Also, if you would like to see the words displayed in any other way, let me know and I’ll see what I can do. Good luck and happy wording!
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