ɔ

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IPA Unicode 0x0254.svg
ɔ U+0254, ɔ
LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN O
ɓ
[U+0253]
IPA Extensions ɕ
[U+0255]

Translingual[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Letter[edit]

ɔ (upper case Ɔ)

  1. A letter of the African reference alphabet, preceded by O and followed by P, and representing /ɔ/.

Symbol[edit]

ɔ

  1. (IPA) open-mid back rounded vowel

See also[edit]


Adangme[edit]

Particle[edit]

ɔ

  1. an intensifier, used after a word or at the end of a phrase, to stress importance, show respect or add grandeur.
    • a1998, Je Tsuo Blɔ Nya Tomi Kɛ Ha Adesa He Blɔhi, translation of 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, (both published by United Nations Department of Public Information et al and accessed at United Nations Human Rights website on 7 Jan 2012):
      Jehanɛ ɔ,/Kpe Ngua a ha lemi kaa/Je tsuo Blɔ Nya Tomi kɛ Ha Adesa He Blɔhi nɛ ɔ.
      Now, therefore,/The General Assembly,/Proclaims this Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    • 1999, Bible Society of Ghana (tr.), Baiblo aloo Ngmani Klɔuklɔu ɔ ISBN 9789964000134, Somi He ɔ page 186[1]:
      Roma Bi 8:16: Mawu mumi ɔ nitsɛ kɛ wɔ hu wa mumi ɔ yeɔ odase kaa Mawu bimɛ ji wɔ.[2]
      Romans 8:16: The Spirit himself also, along with our own spirits, tells us that we are God's children.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The numbering in Baiblo aloo Ngmani Klɔuklɔu ɔ (Bible or Holy Writ) restarts at the beginning of Somi He ɔ (the New Testament), of which this quotation is part.
  2. ^ An audio version of this is available online at the Joshua Project website in the Romans 8 section, from 2 min 22 sec to 2 min 26 sec
  3. ^ Quotations from 2010 SBLGNT reconstructed original Ancient Greek New Testament (Society of Biblical Literature and Logos Bible Software), and 1998 The Jesus Book - The Bible in Worldwide English (SOON Educational Publications), both accessed at BibleGateway.com on 9 Jan 2012.

Igbo[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

ɔ

  1. he, she, third-person singular pronoun

References[edit]

  • Rose-Juliet Anyanwu, Fundamentals of Phonetics, Phonology and Tonology (2008)

Old Irish[edit]

Abbreviation[edit]

ɔ

  1. Abbreviation of com-.
  2. Abbreviation of co.