Category:English words following the I before E except after C rule
In English, the letter sequences "ie" and "ei" are used in several words in a manner as exemplified by the "I before E except after C" rule, in which when choosing between the two sequences, "i" precedes the "e" if not preceded by "c", and otherwise forms into "cei" when preceded by "c".
A vast majority of "cei" words can be traced back to Latin capio, namely the "-ceive" words and relatives.
See the exceptions page for exceptions.
Pages in category "English words following the I before E except after C rule"
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