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I'm working on a morse code geocache puzzle. Firstly I had to listen to Morse code and I got the following words from it

SYGYO UMPET KUSIK MUMWY MOPPE MACOP TUGNY WAAXT MUFAJ MIAMG TUGND

I suspect that these words might be morse code /telegrahic codes with numbers attached and was wondering if anyone could recommend an online source to find out what they mean?

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  • $\begingroup$ It would be helpful if you posted the GC Code. $\endgroup$ – Glenn W9IQ Apr 16 '18 at 0:04
  • $\begingroup$ Here it is GC6234K $\endgroup$ – PaddySmith Apr 17 '18 at 5:33
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For what it's worth, these look far more like general "puzzle words" than Morse code abbreviations/prosigns.

  • Morse code abbreviations/prosigns generally are three or fewer characters long, or look like obvious abbreviations (e.g. PSE and TNX for "please" and "thanks"). Here's a list from Wikipedia.
  • Your list is uniformly five letters per word. This looks very much like a puzzle sort of thing.
  • I don't recognize any interesting substrings (even if the first one looks a bit like my callsign, heh).

I think you'll need to look elsewhere for the rest of the puzzle.

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  • $\begingroup$ Agreed. Maybe they need to be unscrambled? $\endgroup$ – C_Elegans Apr 15 '18 at 20:57

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