The charts below show how Slovene words are pronounced and how this is represented in Wiktionary.
Accent and tone marks are not part of the standard orthography, but are found in dictionaries. The vowel spellings are given in the standard orthography, in the stress-based diacritic orthography and the tonal diacritic orthography respectively. The stress-based orthography is used in Wiktionary entries, while the tonal orthography is given in the "Pronunciation" section of entries. See Wiktionary:About Slovene for more details.
English approximations are in some cases very loose, and only intended to give a general idea of the pronunciation. See w:Slovene phonology for a more thorough look at the sounds.
^V is a light fricative, more precisely transcribed [v] 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.
^In the tonal orthography used on Wiktionary, the letter ł is used to indicate the sound /w/ when the spelling has <l>.
↑ 3.03.1In the stress orthography used on Wiktionary, /ə/ is not distinguished from /ɛ/. They are distinguished in the tonal orthography.