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Telugu Vowels

Telugu Acculu (vowels) with American English Pronunciation Key

/a/ uh like 'a' in approach Default Character
/a:/ ah like 'a' father
/i/ like 'i' in lip ి
/i:/ like 'e' in leap
/u/ like 'u' in put
/u:/ like 'oo' in pool
/ru/ no exact english equivalent. Li ke 'ru' in rude but starting as 'ri' with the tongue at the roof of the mouth, then flipping forward to form 'ru' as the main sound
/ru:/ like 'roo' in room or like 're' in ream (not in common use)
/alu/ like 'loo' in look (not in common use)
/alu:/ like 'loo' in loop (not in common use)
/e/ like 'e' in get
/e:/ like 'a' in gate
/ai/ like 'ai' in aisle
/o/ like 'o' in solemn (short duration)
/o:/ like 'o' in sold (long duration)
/au/ like 'ou' in foul
అం 'ahm' or 'on' the O symbol nasalizes the vowel sound that precedes it
అః aha, like the exclamation with a breathy 'ha' sound as in the word half
అఁ 'on' the C symbol nasalizes the vowel sound that precedes it (not in common use, అం is used instead)
క్ No Vowel Sound 'K' with no vowel is shown
Created by: hankcurt