Vowels in Wyvernian are much the same as in English or German, or Elvish. For this pronunciation, it is assumed capitals are pronounced the same as lowercase letters.
A = "ae" or "eh" as English; A (a-ll, a-h, a-re) = "ah" as English;
- A has another pronunciation. If used in conjunction with an n, m, or something similar, save for a letter that produces a breathing or soft sound (so, c, f, g, h, j, l, r, s, v) A will create an "Ehn" sound, very similar (in fact exactly like) the final vowel sound in Liméstæn.
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