IPA for High Valyrian

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The charts below show the way in which the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) represents High Valyrian pronunciations. English approximations are loose in some cases and are only intended to give a general idea of the pronunciation. For more information, see Help:IPA.

IPA Keys
Aelatha
Attian
Avendonian
Ayeri
Biscayan
Brittainese
Cet
Cha
Cruckeny
Etlish
Evonish
Favlona
Guimin
Gwaxol
Hantza
Hemaluan
High Valyrian
Iaskyon
Jukpë
Kaikiwan
Keeltyewarem
Kihā́mmic
Knrawi
Kunarek
Luthic
Lôppic
Maryan Coptic
Messinese
Mihousapeja
Millennish
Moshurian
Modern Coptic
Oltic
Owaex
Pomorian
Qafesona
Rangyayo
Rulhilli
Soc'ul'
Sudyrnish
Umbrean
IPA Examples (nearest English) equivalent
Consonants
a bere bear
d dita dawn
d͡ʒ geldo, gitare jab
f fane flag
g guto good
k cvala scar
l lito light
m mano man
n nivio new
ŋ lango, drincare long
ɲ segno canyon, banhar (Portuguese)
p pado spar
ɾ stera (in fast speech) better (in some dialects; a flap)
r ricio carro (Spanish)
s suto sweet
ʃ scilto shield
t treva star
t͡s tite cats
t͡ʃ macere cheese
v verco violin
IPA Examples (nearest English) equivalent
Vowels
a avero US bot, UK bath
ārda they, play (Yorkshire)
i iso meet (short)
y dydere (Burgundian dialects) über (German), tu (French)
o bomo note (American English), eau (French)
u suna boot (short)
Semivowels
j bluiare, iungo yawn
Stress
ˈ Primary stress
ˌ Secondary stress