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Google released a map revealing each U.S. state’s most searched word for its spelling.

And some people from Wisconsin have a lot to explain.

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The company honored the annual spelling bee by compiling a list of the most misspelled words in the country, which is categorized by how many letters were misspelled in each word.

Apparently, residents in North Carolina had the most difficulty spelling “angel,” while Wisconsinites had a tough time spelling their own state’s name.

The words listed ranged in difficulty from legitimate ones like “pneumonia” (Washington), “diarrhea” (New Hampshire), and “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” (Virginia and Connecticut), to some as short as “banana” (New Mexico) and “gray” (Georgia).

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Some of the most common misspelled words on the list include:

Beautiful
Maintenance
Pneumonia
Quote
Nanny
Available
Sense
College
Disease

See how your state ranks in comparisons to others:

Alabama: “Pneumonia”

Alaska: “Schedule”

Arizona: “Tomorrow”

Arkansas: “Chihuahua”

California: “Beautiful”

Colorado: “Tomorrow”

Connecticut: “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”

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Delaware: “Hallelujah”

Florida: “Receipt”

Georgia: “Gray”

Hawaii: “People”

Idaho: “Quote”

Illinois: “Appreciate”

Indiana: “Hallelujah”

Iowa: “Vacuum”

Kansas: “Diamond”

Kentucky: “Beautiful”

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Louisiana: “Giraffe”

Maine: “Pneumonia”

Maryland: “Special”

Massachusetts: “License”

Michigan: “Pneumonia”

Minnesota: “Beautiful”

Mississippi: “Nanny”

Missouri: “Maintenance”

Montana: “Surprise”

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Nebraska: “Suspicious”

Nevada: “Available”

New Hampshire: “Diarrhea”

New Jersey: “Twelve”

New Mexico: “Banana”

New York: “Beautiful”

North Carolina: “Angel”

North Dakota: “Dilemma”

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Ohio: “Beautiful”

Oklahoma: “Patient”

Oregon: “Sense”

Pennsylvania: “Sauerkraut”

Rhode Island: “Liar”

South Carolina: “Chihuahua”

South Dakota: “College”

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Tennessee: “Chaos”

Texas: “Maintenance”

Utah: “Disease”

Vermont: “Europe”

Virginia: “Delicious”

Washington: “Pneumonia”

West Virginia: “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin”

Wyoming: “Priority”

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