Wikipedia:IPA for Estonian and Finnish
The charts below show the way in which the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) represents Estonian and Finnish pronunciations in Wikipedia articles. See Finnish phonology and Estonian language for a more thorough look at the sounds of these languages.
Finnish diphthongs[source ke badlo]
ai, au, äi, äy, ei, eu, oi, ou, öi, öy, ui, yi, iu, ie, uo, yö
Estonian diphthongs[source ke badlo]
ae, ai, ao, au, äe, äi, äo, äu, ea, ei, eo, iu, oa, oe, oi, ou, õa, õe, õi, õo, õu, öa, öe, öi, ui, üi.
Notes and References[source ke badlo]
- In Estonian, the palatalized consonants, /tʲ nʲ sʲ lʲ/ are pronounced like their non-palatalized counterparts, but with constriction of the tongue towards the hard palate, as if pronouncing a simultaneous /j/.
- The open-mid vowels [ɛ œ ɔ] may also be seen for /e ø o/.
- Pronunciation of Finnish in a nutshell
- Pronunciation of Finnish
- Pronunciation of Estonian geographical names