Correct spelling

senior

Correct spelling, explanation: senior is the correct spelling; it is a combination of Latin senex (old man) with comparative suffix -or. Senoir is incorrect also due to its supposed pronunciation: it would be pronounced [se-nuh-wa:], not [seen-yer] as the correct form. These points show that senior is the only correct form.

Definition of senior:
noun, a person who is older than another person; the oldest class in school
My grandma attends English classes for seniors in our local community centre.
In our school the gazette is led by Jack Kaminsky. He is a senior.
adjective, older than another in a family context (for example when son gets his name after a father; the father is considered senior); with higher position at work
Have you met senior Mr Smith?
Jane is a senior accountant in her office.


Incorrect spelling

senoir

Incorrect spelling, explanation: this form is incorrect; the correct form is senior which comes from word senex (old man in Latin with comparative adjective suffix -or. Also the correct pronunciation is [seen-yer], while the form senoir would be pronounced [se-nuh-wa]. This is why senior is the correct form.

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seniour

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seinor

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sennior

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