Misspelled Sporcle Words

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Can you name the words and names often misspelled by Sporcle quiz takers?

Featured Oct 2, 2009

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HintWord/Name
Former Soviet '-stan' Republic bordering Tajikistan and Uzbekistan
Boston Red Sox hall of famer nicknamed 'Yaz'
Former Soviet '-stan' Republic bordering Russia and China
A small European country beginning with 'L' and ending in '-stein'
1976 Romanian Olympic gymnast who scored the first perfect '10'
The official name of the Ivory Coast
Get this capital of Florida and we'll tally one for you
The apt-named capital of VerMONT
Yes Albert, It's the largest city in New Mexico
Batten down the hatches U, it's the capital of Mongolia
Thimply speaking, it's the capital of Bhutan
Although there are no koalas here, this city is the capital of Malaysia
Some get catty when trying to spell this capital of Nepal
Some feel raked over the coals when trying to enter this capital of Iceland
This 'F' element helps keep our teeth clean and cavity free
HintWord/Name
This Nikita lead the Soviet Union from 1953 to 1964
Frankly, it's the capital of Kentucky
This Leonid lead the Soviet Union from 1964 to 1982
Sculptor of 'Statue of David' who shares his name with a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle
Be merry when receiving this gift of the Magi starting with 'm'
Former St. Louis Cardinal who smacked 70 homers in 1998
Ohio city that is home to the Reds and Bengals
US State whose capital is Boston
Hugh HEFner might know how to spell this Greek god of fire and forge
Frankly, its a gift of the Magi starting with 'f'
One of the three tenors, his last name starts with 'P'
Boston area university named after the first Jewish justice of the US Supreme Court
The official name of East Timor
This city isn't Venice, it's the capital of Laos
The Gang of Four surely knew about this Chinese city, formerly known as Canton

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