^ abc[d͡z, ɣ, v] are allophones of /t͡s, x, f/ that occur before voiced consonants (Herrity (2000:16)).
^ abcOrthographic sequences ⟨lj, nj, rj⟩ are pronounced /lj, nj, rj/ only if a vowel follows, otherwise the /j/ is not pronounced. In the case of ⟨rj⟩ it is reflected in the orthography, but for ⟨lj, nj⟩ it is not.
^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 syllabic /r̩/ (also described as the sequence /ər/).
^ abWherever possible, one should transcribe Slovene with both tonic and stress marks. If the correct tones are unknown, it is acceptable to put only a stress-based transcription.
^Present only in loanwords and dialectal words; can be substituted by /ɛ́/ (in case of /ǿ/) and /í/ (in case of /ý/).
Šuštaršič, Rastislav; Komar, Smiljana; Petek, Bojan (1999), "Slovene", Handbook of the International Phonetic Association: A guide to the use of the International Phonetic Alphabet, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 135–139, doi:10.1017/S0025100300004874, ISBN0-521-65236-7