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The vowel diacritics in certain scripts, like Hebrew and Arabic, which are not normally written, but which are used in dictionaries, children's books, religious texts and textbooks for learners.
The addition of these diacritics and the respective phonemes to a word; the spoken form the word thereby receives.
(senseid) (w) of historically or variably consonant (typically sonorant) sounds as vowels. For example, the syllabic /l/ in words like ''people'' or the coda one in words like ''cold'' or ''coal'' are variably realized as a high back vowel or glide—ʊ, u, ɤ or o—in many dialects of English in the US, UK, and the Southern Hemisphere. For example, in (w), one common pronunciation of the words "people", "cold", and "coal" is pʰipʊ, kʰoɤd, or kʰoɤ respectively.