ɐ U+0250, ɐ
LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED A
ɏ
[U+024F]
IPA Extensions ɑ
[U+0251]
U+1D44, ᵄ
MODIFIER LETTER SMALL TURNED A

[U+1D43]
Phonetic Extensions
[U+1D45]

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ɐ

  1. (IPA) a reduced near-open central vowel, undefined for rounding.
    (superscript ⟨ᵄ⟩) [ɐ]-coloring or a weak, fleeting, epenthetic or echo [ɐ].

Usage notes edit

The IPA provides two letters for reduced vowels: low/open ɐ and mid ə. These are not defined for rounding. For languages such as English, French and Russian that have additional or just different reduced vowels, some sources use the non-IPA letters ᵿ and for high/close rounded and unrounded reduced vowels, or redefine IPA ɵ for a specifically rounded mid reduced vowel.

Cornish edit

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ɐ (upper )

  1. (obsolete) A letter of the Cornish alphabet, written in the Latin script..
    Ha po 'ryg e ꝺɐz ꝺɐ 'n ᵹeᵹen; enna e uelaz an ôst an tshei; ha dên kôꞇ o ê, a guadn, a trailia an bêr.

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