IPA for Jukpë

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The charts below show the way in which the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) represents Jukpë 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 bís ball
ʙ úbrá brr
t͡ʃ chúghá catch
d údúk advert
ɟ medhék due, divadlo (Czech)
f fúk far
g gejá agree
ɡ͡b gbá tig-back, ágbá (Kalabari)
ɣ ghá again, agora (Portuguese)
ħ ha ahead, حال (āl, Arabic)
d͡ʒ kpéjó jump
k k scanning
x kéjikh loch, хорошо (Russian)
k͡p ghijúkpë back-pack, akpa (Kalabari)
m máto maps
mhóló fy mhen (Welsh)
n úna night
ŋ gbibúng sing
ŋ̊ ngho fy nghot (Welsh)
nha fy nhad (Welsh), hné (Icelandic)
ɲ nyu canyon, pinha (Portuguese)
ɲ̊ nyhë onki (Faroese)
p kepár spoon
ʕ̝ qusá caadi (Somali)
ɾ mápárójo free, palavra (Portuguese)
s kpésúm sentence
t té started
c tuthá tune, platit (Czech)
v vághur verily
j kpéyo young
z úzi zoo
IPA Examples nearest English equivalent
Vowels
a únyámat stack, carro (Portuguese)
tet bed, bebé (Spanish)
ə̥ nyhë potatoe, lentement (French)
i ghi key (but shorter), fini (French)
máronh coat, todo (Spanish)
u gbichú you (but shorter), ou (French)
Tones
◌́ hád High tone
◌̀ kepár Low tone
Stress
ˈ Primary stress
ˌ Secondary stress