Dropping the middle "о"
Considering I have lived my whole life near a beach and heard this word quite frequently and never even knew that there was an extra vowel between the "д" and the "р", I think it's say to say that it is frequently dropped in speech. Next you'll be telling me that the "од" is never dropped in двоюродный. --WikiTiki89 22:48, 12 December 2013 (UTC)
- You have surprised me again. I grew up on the beach (on the Black Sea coast) as well. I never heard such pronunciations. If they exist, I wouldn't spread them, they would be too rare or individual. The drop happens but not in these words. Do you really hear /dvɐˈjʉrnɨj/? I'd like to know who speaks so.
- I don't know how to resolve this dispute. Perhaps, it needs to be cited. There are some knowledgeable people on the Russian Wiktionary, who may be able to dig something up for you or reveal accents they've heard. I can post a question, if one or two people confirm, we can add restore your IPA on двоюродный and here. Sorry, you must be feeling angry at me but I just can't accept this at the moment. --Anatoli (обсудить/вклад) 23:00, 12 December 2013 (UTC)
- I agree with the epenthetic е, but Anatoli always seemed to remove them when I added them and I never thought of it as a big deal. --WikiTiki89 11:56, 21 July 2014 (UTC)