Schwa

In relation to certain languages, the name `schwa` and the symbol ə may be used for some other unstressed and toneless neutral vowel, not necessarily mid-central. ==Etymology== The word schwa is from the Hebrew word shva (שְׁוָא IPA, classical pronunciation: shewa’ ʃəˈwa), designating the Hebrew niqqud vowel sign shva (two vertical d.....
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schwa

shwa noun a neutral middle vowel; occurs in unstressed syllables
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Schwa

[Cyrillic] Schwa (Ә ә; italics: Ә ә) is a letter of the Cyrillic script. It is currently used in Abkhaz, Bashkir, Dungan, Itelmen, Kalmyk, Kazakh, Kurdish and Tatar. It was also used in Azeri and Turkmen before those languages switched to the Latin alphabet. The Azeri and some other Latin-derived alphabets contain a letter of similar ap...
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Schwa

[restaurant] Opening in 2005, Schwa quickly drew local and national attention resulting in a large backlog of reservations. In 2007, Schwa was chosen to host the opening night of Charlie Trotter`s 20th anniversary celebration. The evening was considered a success, but placed a great deal of stress on Carlson, causing him to close Schwa the ...
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schwa

letter indicating a neutral vowel in unstressed syllables
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Schwa

The mid-central vowel or the phonetic symbol for it. This phonetic symbol is typically an upside dow
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schwa

[n] - a neutral middle vowel
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