DRfacepunch wrote:I had a thought, most languages have monophthongs and diphthongs, and some language slike english employ triphthongs. but, i havent found quadphthongs yet in natural languages, and i cant seem to make any with my mouth. does anybody know fo any quadphthongs, or have created any, or even think theyre possible
Tyri wrote:Isn't 'shkr' a triphthong? Although in Russian I think there are quadphthongs... I might be wrong.
ILuvEire wrote:What about stpr? It's not that hard to pronounce, you could have it in a language with syllabic consonants. Or what about the intra- prefix in english? Most Americans pronounce it as /ɪntʃɹə], I see four consonants. xD
Imbecilica wrote:Do they even exist? I wonder if any language has something like 'shkr'
lumiel wrote:Finnish is a very "vowely" language so we have words like
hääyöaie / riiuuyöaie
ouoin (dialectal superlative singular nominative or plural instructive of outo)
aioin (1st person singular imperfect of aikoa)
Or are you talking about consonants here?
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