The New Student's Reference Work/Vol I/Key to Pronunciation

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The New Student's Reference Work (1914)
Key to Pronunciation


KEY TO PRONUNCIATION
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ā as in āle
sen′ắte
â câre
ă ăm
ä ärm
ȧ ȧsk
a fi′nal
a̤ll
ē as in ēve
ḗvent
ĕ ĕnd
fẽrn
e re′cent
ī īce
ī́ ī́de′a
ĭ ĭll
ō as in ōld
ṓbey′
ô ôrb
ŏ ŏdd
ū ūse
ū́ ū́nite′
rṳde
fụll
ŭ as in ŭp
û ûrn
pit′y̆
o͞o fo͞od
o͝o fo͝ot
ou out
oi oil

Foreign Consonants are represented by the nearest English equivalents.

The Principal Accent is indicated by a heavy mark , the secondary accent by a lighter mark ′, at the end of the syllable.

Syllabic Division is indicated by a light hyphen.

Compound Words have their members joined by a heavy hyphen.

(Q. V.) is Latin for quod vide or quæ vide. In articles, after names, it means see this, that is, the subject named.