IPA for Biscayan

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The charts below show the way in which the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) represents Biscayan pronunciations. English approximations are loose in some cases and are only intended to give a general idea of the pronunciation.

IPA Keys
Aelatha
Attian
Biscayan
Cha
Evonish
Favlona
Hantza
Iaskyon
Jukpë
Kihā́mmic
Kunarek
Lôppic
Mihousapeja
Owaex
Qafesona
Rangyayo
Trây
Umbrean
IPA Examples nearest English equivalent
Consonants
b bellò ball
d d kind
d͡z adsorbèr ads
d͡ʒ dxinn jump
f franceso far
g glaç, gatò, guerra, ljengüa agree
k cançò, qui, qüator scanning
l lontra looking
ɫ alqué, el peel
ʎ filjó lure (some accents), tagliatelle (Italian)
m mondò meat
n na night
ŋ strânguèr, blanco sing
ɲ monjà canyon, banhar (Portuguese)
p piatà spoon
ɾ stérar, frecar free, palavra (Portuguese)
ʁ rrar, roxo révolution (French)
s sul, crassò sentence
ʃ xâsèr, proxo, corìx pushed
t terra, côctar started
t͡s ts cats
t͡ʃ txaljô cheeses
v viéxo aviary
z nasò, zéro zoo
ʒ gigantè, ljégeo, jocar pleasure
IPA Examples nearest English equivalent
Vowels
a antic, à stack, carro (Portuguese)
e té, luxer play, joué (French)
ɛ genjò, elè, pê bed
ə vemeljo, vetèr about
i ixir key (but shorter), fini (French)
o solò, sèco coat, eau (French)
ɔ célò, cô brawl (but shorter), słowo (Polish)
ø gostò jne (French)
œ beur, poer hut (Afrikaans)
u xuva you (but shorter), ou (French)
y lûna cute (Scottish), tuer (French)
Semi-vowels
ɥ nùerro nuit (French)
j graviò, traïar yawn
w ljengüa wink
Stress
ˈ Primary stress
ˌ Secondary stress