IPA for Mihousapeja

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The charts below show the way in which the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) represents Mihousapeja pronunciations. English approximations are loose in some cases and are only intended to give a general idea of the pronunciation. Primary stress falls on the nasal vowel, marked with tilde (~), if it's one of the three last syllables, otherwise it becomes the secondary stress and the primary is the second-to-last syllable. If the word don't has an explicit nasal, the primary stress falls in the second-to-last syllable.

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 lopil spot
ƥei pat
t natir start
kiƭa top
k kaoti skunk
aƙura cow
ʔ teqia uh-oh
m meplu mole
n jarane another
ŋ xinkar sing
f fami fame
s ese send
ʃ loxuplo sheep
χ lohio loch, Bach (German)
ɻ farsol fork, 肉 (ròu, Mandarin)
j pojaplo yet
ɾ rota cara (Portuguese)
l pelia louse
ʎ hułoplo failure, olho (Portuguese)
IPA Examples nearest English equivalent
Monophthongs
a kaásil stack, carro (Portuguese)
ã kãte estante (Portuguese)
e lef say, café (French)
Diphthongs
aj naaitiri devise
Stress
ˈ Primary stress
ˌ Secondary stress