Top of the morning, Wordlers, and May the 4th be with you. Yes, it’s Star Wars Day, and as always we’re here to help you out with hints and the answer to Wordle #319. No Bothans were harmed to bring you this information.
We’ve got some subtle clues about today’s answer, which you’ll find way down the bottom of the page, but on the way you’ll find some helpful tips and strategies as well as those hints for today specifically.
Wordle was created by former Reddit engineer Josh Wardle as a gift for his puzzle-loving partner and went suddenly viral in late 2021. As we’ve reported previously, the original game was bought by the New York Times earlier this year for a very pretty penny.
It’s also inspired a wave of variations on the format, from clones that play with the number (like Dordle and Quordle) or theme (like Taylordle or Lewdle) of possible words, to guessing games that test your knowledge of music, maps, and Hollywood.
What’s the best Wordle starter word?
Young padawan, there are options for days. Check out our in-depth guide to the best Wordle starting words.
Is Wordle harder now?
It might feel like it some days, but nothing’s changed — same old Wordle, now with some of the more obscure words actually removed. But you can always switch Wordle to Hard Mode if you want to test yourself. (Yes, you’ve been playing on Easy Mode.)
Where can I play old Wordles?
Why are there sometimes two different Wordle answers on the same day?
Here’s a hint for the May 4 Wordle answer:
Sadly, it is not remotely Star Wars themed. It’s a regular old noun, and also a verb.
Wordle 319 is a 5-letter word that ends with…
The letter N! But it starts with a letter that is not N. How about that?
What’s the answer to the May 4 Wordle?
Hope you’re ready, because this is happening right now.
All set? You sure?
The solution to Wordle #319 is…
Some people might actually get this in one today, because it’s a stellar starter word! It has five of the 12 most common letters and two vowels. Consider pulling it off the bench and into your starting lineup.
Didn’t get it? Not to worry. There’s always another chance when it comes to Wordle. Come back tomorrow for more helpful clues and hints!
Reporting by Amanda Yeo, Caitlin Welsh and Adam Rosenberg contributed to this article.