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In linguistics, rhotic may refer to:
- Rhotic consonant, liquid consonants such as the [ɹ] sound in red
- R-colored vowel, a vowel that is modified in a way that lowers the third formant, such as the [ɝ] sound in Midwestern American English pronunciation of fur
- Erhua (simplified Chinese: 儿化; traditional Chinese: 兒化; pinyin: érhuà), a phonological process that adds R-coloring in Mandarin Chinese
- Rhotic accent, an accent where a rhotic consonant can occur without being followed by a vowel; see Rhotic and non-rhotic accents
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