murmur vowel

murmur vowel
a schwa that is incidental to the pronunciation of a consonant
Syn: ↑murmur
Hypernyms: ↑schwa, ↑shwa

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see murmur I, 5

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murmur vowel noun (phonetics)
A weak vowel, a schwa
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Main Entry:murmur

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