Ghazal - Pronunciation

Pronunciation

The Arabic word غزل ġazal is pronounced, roughly like the English word guzzle, but with the ġ pronounced without a complete closure between the tongue and the soft palate. In India, the name sounds exotic, as the voiced velar fricative (ġ sound) is not found in native Indo-Aryan words. In English, the word is pronounced /ˈɡʌzəl/ or /ˈɡæzæl/.

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