Help:IPA/Laz

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The charts below show the way in which the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) represents Laz pronunciations in Wikipedia articles.

Consonants
IPA Georgian Usual Latin Turkish Latin Cyrillization English approximation
b b b б bash
d d d д do
dz ʒ ž or zʼ ӡ, ѕ pads
ǯ c џ hedge
f f f ф fan
ɡ g g г gate
ɣ ɣ ğ ғ, гӀ French-like R, Greek-like G
h h h һ, хI head
j y or j y й or ј yell
ǩ or kʼ қ, кI (ejective) [1]
k k k к can
l l l л leaf
m m m м much
n n n н not
p̌ or pʼ ԥ, пI (ejective)[1]
p p p п pan
q (q̇) q (q’) ҟ (ejective)[1]
r r r р road
s s s с sue
ʃ š ş ш shoe
t̆ or tʼ ҭ, тI (ejective)[1]
t t t т table
tsʼ ċ ǯ, зʼ or tsʼ[2] ҵ, цI (ejective)[1]
ts c ʒ, з or ts[2] ц tsunami
tʃʼ č̣ ç̌ or çʼ ҷ, чI (ejective)[1]
č ç ч choose
v v v в van
x x x х Bach
z z z з zoo
ʒ ž j ж vision
Vowels
IPA Georgian Usual Latin Turkish Latin Cyrillization English approximation
ɑ a a а bra
ɛ e e е bell
i i i и feel
ɔ o o о off
u u u у moon

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Ejective consonants, which do not occur in English, are voiceless consonants that are pronounced with pressure from the throat rather than the lungs.
  2. ^ a b An extension consonant for the Latin version of the Latin alphabet, often represented with the Roman-Arabic numeral three (3) (currently not in Unicode); the Cyrillic letter ze (З/з) has been borrowed in newspapers published in the Georgian SSR to write the missing Latin letter; modern orthographies today also use the Latin digraphs Ts/ts for З/з and Ts’/ts’ for З’/з’.