IPA for Lôppic

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

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
p pill
l left
ɫ peel
m man
ɱ symphony
n nice
ŋ thing
d debt
h ham
ɦ ahead (some accents), hořet (Czech)
ç hue (some accents), ich (German)
k cold
x loch, хорошо (Russian)
ɾ free (some accents), palavra (Portuguese)
ɹ red
ʁ courte (French), revolução (Portuguese)
b bill
β̞ bang, alba (Catalan)
θ thought
ð they
v very
z zebra
ʒ pleasure
f file
g grant
ɣ again, agora (Portuguese)
s same
ʃ shop
t͡ʃ chip
t stand
j yes
ʎ million, milhão (Portuguese)
ʎ canyon, piranha (Portuguese)
d͡z pounds
ɟ due, divadlo (Czech)
d͡ʒ jump
black coat
bag guard
t͡s cats
c tune, platit (Czech)
Syllabic consonants
offal (though not velarised)
ɫ̩ awful
rhythm
even
ɾ̩ krk (Czech, but untrilled)
onomatopoeic sound of a bee
onomatopoeic hiss of a snake
IPA Examples nearest English equivalent
Monophthongs
stressed vowels
a stack, casa (Spanish)
ɑː father
ɛ bed
e play, café (French)
ɒ shot
o au (French)
ɔː law
i speak (but shorter)
cheetah
ʊ crook
u boot (but shorter)
choose
semi- and unstressed vowels
ɐ saca (Portuguese)
ə runner
ɑˑ father (but shorter)
ɔˑ sporn (but shorter)
ɔ horn (but shorter)
ɪ bit
ɪ̈ spin (somewhat)
meat (but shorter)
i wheat (but shorter)
ʊ̈ booked (somewhat)
ʊ cooking
lose (but shorter)
u cruise (but shorter)
nasal vowels
ɐ̃ lã (Portuguese)
sempre (Portuguese)
õ rincón (Spanish)
ɛ̃ refrain (French)
ũ fungos (Portuguese)
Diphthongs
oral diphthongs
aɪ̯ lie
aʊ̯ loud
eɪ̯ name
eʊ̯ euro (Czech)
oɪ̯ join (some accents)
oʊ̯ bone
wa wack
went
we joué (French)
will
wi weep (but shorter)
nasal diphthongs
Stress
ˈ Primary stress
ˌ Secondary stress