|English||Australian||bird||'bird'||Typically transcribed as /ɜː/. Many speakers pronounce this vowel as rounded - . See Australian English phonology|
|New Zealand||bit||'bit'||Corresponds to /ɪ/ in other dialects. See English phonology|
|Southern American||nut||'nut'||Some dialects. Corresponds to /ʌ/ in other dialects. See English phonology|
|Polish||mysz||'mouse'||Slightly raised and more front than cardinal . Typically transcribed as /ɨ/. See Polish phonology|
|Russian||солнце||'sun'||This occurs only for some speakers after /t͡s/. See Russian phonology|
|Skolt Sami||vuõˊlǧǧem||'I left'|
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