^ abcIn standard Slovenian [d͡z ɣ v] are allophones of /t͡s x f/ that occur before voiced consonants.
^ abcOrthographic sequences 〈lj nj rj〉 are pronounced /lj nj rj/ only if a vowel follows, otherwise the /j/ isn't pronounced. In the case of 〈rj〉 it's reflected in the orthography, but for 〈lj nj〉 it's not.
^[ŋ] is an allophone of /n/ before /k g x/, but only when it's spelled 〈n〉. When it's spelled 〈nj〉, it's simply alveolar [n].
^In standard Slovene [w] is an allophone of /v/ (also /l/ in some cases) before consonants and pause. However, it's equally valid to consider it a phoneme because of minimal pairs like pọ̑l "pole" - pọ̑ł "half"
^Tonic marks are not part of the orthography, but are found in dictionaries, such as "Slovenski pravopis 2001". Tone marks can also be found on 〈r〉, which signifies a sequence /ər/.
^ abWherever possible, one should transcribe Slovene with both tonic and stress marks. If the correct tones are unknown, it's acceptable to put only a stress-based transcription.
^Present only in loanwords and dialectal words; often substituted by [í].