Pronunciations

Some articles on pronunciations, pronunciation:

Pronunciation Lexicon Specification - Common Use Cases - Multiple Pronunciations For The Same Orthography
... For ASR systems it is common to rely on multiple pronunciations of the same word or phrase in order to cope with variations of pronunciation within a language ... In the Pronunciation Lexicon language, multiple pronunciations are represented by more than one (or ) element within the same element ... In the following example the word "Newton" has two possible pronunciations ...
Pwnd - Pronunciations
... primarily used in written form, it has no single generally accepted pronunciation renditions include /ˈoʊn/ OHN, /ˈpoʊn/ POHN, /pəʔˈoʊn/ pə'-OHN ... A notable usage of this pronunciation can be seen in the Internet distributed series Pure Pwnage (pronounced "pure ownage" /ˈpjʊər ˈoʊnɨdʒ/) ... Where speakers vocalize the p, pronunciations include pwen, "pwin", pawn, "pone", pun and pwone ...
Dō (philosophy) - Graphic and Linguistic Derivations - Pronunciations
... In Modern Standard Chinese, dao 道's pronunciations are tonally differentiated between 4th falling tone dào "way path" and 3rd dipping tone dǎo (usually written ... 道 has a rare 1st level tone dāo pronunciation in the regional idiomatic expression shénshendāodāo 神神道道 "odd bizarre". 7th–3rd centuries BCE) pronunciations, reconstructions for 道 "way" and 道/導 "guide" are *d'ôg (Karlgren), *dəw (Zhou), *dəgwx and *dəgwh (Li Fanggui), *luʔ (Bax ...
Lojban - Grammar - Phonology and Orthography
... variants intended to cover dissimilitude in pronunciation by speakers of different linguistic backgrounds ... The letters in Lojban and their respective pronunciations are shown in the table below ... symbols in parentheses indicate alternative pronunciations preferred pronunciations have no parentheses Consonants Auxiliary characters IPA representation ...
The Cairngorms - 1975
... spelling of these places, and place-names, and giving local pronunciations for them - emphasising local The most accurate pronunciations are given by older local ... For example - when discussing Beinn a' Bhùird he gives the local-pronunciation as 'Paing Bòrd' when the wider typical pronunciation is more like 'Ben a Voord' ...