Best of 2013: Hamptons Spelling & Grammar

This fall, Blog du Jour began to offer periodic lessons on how to correctly spell place names in the Hamptons and use the correct syntax.

In 2013, we learned to write “the Hamptons” instead of “The Hampton’s” and “Noyac” instead of “Noyack.” A few other memorable lessons included distinguishing between “in Quogue” and “on Quiogue” and “West Hampton Dunes” and “Westhampton Beach.”

Take a look back at these important spellings that are important to know in the Hamptons.

Water Mill

It’s spelled Water Mill.

Westhampton, Westhampton Beach and West Hampton Dunes are three different places and the proper spellings can be hard to keep track of.

Westhampton, Westhampton Beach and West Hampton Dunes are three different places and the proper spellings can be hard to keep track of.

Southampton is one word, with a single "h"

Southampton is one word, with a single “h”

Sagaponack spelling

It is “Sagaponack” with a “k.”

It's Noyac, without a "k."

It’s Noyac, without a “k.”

Quogue and Quiogue are two different places.

Quogue and Quiogue are two different places.

MORE HAMPTONS SPELLING AND GRAMMAR:

Lesson 1: the Hamptons Lesson 2: Water Mill Lesson 3: Westhampton Lesson 4: Southampton Lesson 5: Sagaponack Lesson 6: Noyac Lesson 7: Quiogue Lesson 8: Wainscott

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