The Correct spelling is: original
Common misspellings of the word original are:
How do you spell original?. It is not orginal or orginial or even origional for that matter!
- Preceding all others in time; first.
- Not derived from something else; fresh and unusual: an original play, not an adaptation.
- Showing a marked departure from previous practice; new: a truly original approach. See synonyms at new.
- Productive of new things or new ideas; inventive: an original mind.
- Being the source from which a copy, reproduction, or translation is made.
- A first form from which other forms are made or developed: Later models of the car retained many features of the original.
- An authentic work of art: bought an original, not a print.
- Work that has been composed firsthand: kept the original but sent a photocopy to his publisher.
- A person who is appealingly odd or curious; a character.
- Archaic. The source from which something arises; an originator.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin orÄ«ginÄlis, from orÄ«gÅ, orÄ«gin-, source. See origin.]