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حرف صحیحs
IPA example nearest English equivalent
Latin Cyrillic
b bob боб bob
d dan дан done
d͡ʑ[1] đak ђак juice
d͡ʒ[1] ak џак George
f film филм film
ɡ gore горе gore
j ja ја yaw
k kola кола cola
l Luka лука Luke
bicikl бицикл little
Error using {{IPAsym}}: IPA symbol "ʎ̟" not found in list bilje биље million
m more море more
n ne не no
ŋ banka банка bank
Error using {{IPAsym}}: IPA symbol "ɲ̟" not found in list konj коњ canyon
p pet пет pet
r robot робот robot (trilled)
vrba врба US: verb (trilled)
Error using {{IPAsym}}: IPA symbol "s̪" not found in list sto(l) сто(л) stole
ʃ šuma шума shell
t tata тата tattoo
t͡ɕ[1] ćup ћуп cheese
Error using {{IPAsym}}: IPA symbol "t̪͡s̪" not found in list šorc шорц shorts
t͡ʃ[1] čekić чекић church
ʋ[2] voda вода[2] van
x hir хир here
Error using {{IPAsym}}: IPA symbol "z̪" not found in list zima зима zoo
ʒ muž муж fusion
مصوتs
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Latin Cyrillic
a rat рат father
e slet слет let
i list лист least
o more море more
u trup труп scoop
Tone and vowel length
Tonic marks are not part of the orthography, but are found in dictionaries.[3]
IPA example explanation
Latin Cyrillic
e sekùnda секу̀нда non-tonic short vowel
kȁmēn ка̏ме̄н non-tonic long vowel[4]
ě èkser ѐксер short vowel with rising tone
ěː kréda кре́да long vowel with rising tone
ê ȅkstra е̏кстра short vowel with falling tone
êː ȇp е̑п long vowel with falling tone
  1. ^ ا ب پ ت Many Croatian and Bosnian speakers don't make a distinction between /t͡ɕ/ and /t͡ʃ/ (⟨ć⟩ and ⟨ć⟩), and between /d͡ʑ/ and /d͡ʒ/ (⟨đ⟩ and ⟨dž⟩).
  2. ^ ا ب ⟨v⟩ is a light fricative, more precisely transcribed [ʋ̝] or [v̞]. However, it does not behave as a fricative, in that it does not devoice to *[f] before a voiceless consonant, and does not cause preceding voiceless consonants to become voiced.
  3. Tone marks can also be found on syllabic consonants, such as [ř̩] and [r̩̂ː]. Some articles may use the stress mark, [ˈe], which could correspond to either of the tonic accents, rising or falling, and are therefore not a complete description.
  4. Many speakers of Croatian and Serbian pronounce unstressed long vowels as short, with some exceptions.