The Correct spelling is: register
Common misspellings of the word register are:
How do you spell register?. It is not egister or ergister or regiser or regisetr or registe or registr or registre or regiter or regitser or regsiter or regster or reigster or reister or rgeister or even rgister for that matter!
- A formal or official recording of items, names, or actions.
- A book for such entries.
- An entry in such a record.
- The act of registering.
- A device that automatically records a quantity or number.
- Computer Science. A part of the central processing unit used as a storage location.
- An adjustable, grill-like device through which heated or cooled air is released into a room.
- A state of proper alignment: to be in register.
- Exact alignment of the lines and margins on the opposite sides of a leaf.
- Proper positioning of colors in color printing.
- The range of an instrument or a voice.
- A part of such a range.
- A group of matched organ pipes; a stop.
- A variety of language used in a specific social setting: speaking in an informal register; writing in a scientific register.
v., -tered, -terÂ·ing, -ters. v.tr.
- To enter in an official register.
- To enroll officially or formally, especially in order to vote or attend classes.
- To set down in writing; record: â€œIt is for the historian to discover and register what actually happenedâ€ (Robert Conquest).
- To indicate on or as if on an instrument or a scale.
- To give outward signs of; express: Her face registered surprise.
- To attain or achieve: registered a new high in sales.
- To cause (mail) to be officially recorded and specially handled by payment of a fee.
- To adjust so as to be properly aligned.
- To place or cause placement of one's name in a register.
- To have one's name officially placed on a list of eligible voters.
- To enroll as a student.
- To be indicated on or as if on an instrument or a scale.
- To be shown or expressed, as on the face.
- To make an impression; be recorded in the mind: The warning failed to register.
- To be in proper alignment.
[Middle English registre, from Old French, from Medieval Latin registrum, alteration of Late Latin regesta, from Latin, neuter pl. past participle of regerere, to record : re-, re- + gerere, to carry.]registerer reg'isÂ·terÂ·er n.
registrable reg'isÂ·traÂ·ble (-Ä-strÉ™-bÉ™l) adj.