Jnana was her final word and she nailed it. (It's a Sanskrit term for knowledge acquired through meditation, according to Dictionary.com.) She also correctly spelled colloquial, odori, sevruga, Panglossian, Baedeker, and sarsaparilla en route to her win, according to CNN.
In Washington D.C., the young spelling master will compete with kids as old as 15 from across the nation. "The Scripps National Spelling Bee is very proud of all of its spellers who advance and win their regional bee to qualify for the national final," a Scripps spokesperson diplomatically told ABC News. "We certainly look forward to welcoming Edith Fuller and all of our more than 280 national spellers who will come to National Harbor in May to compete and enjoy a memorable Bee week."