下列图表展示了国际音标(IPA)在维基百科条目中表示海地克里奧爾語发音的方式。对于有关在维基百科条目中添加IPA字符的指南,请参见{{IPA-ht}}与Wikipedia:格式手册/音标 § Notes


IPA 示例 英语中的近似发音
b bagay bow
ʃ cho shoe
d dous do
f fig festival
ɡ gòch gain
ɣ rezon [1] 介于 go 和 loch 之间
h hèn hotel
j pye yes
k kle sky
l liv lean
m machin mother
n nòt note
ŋ bilding feeling
p pase spy
s sis six
t tout still
v vyann vent
w wi [1] we
ɥ uit[2] 略像 sweet
z zero zero
ʒ jedi measure
djaz jazz
IPA 示例 英语中的近似发音
a abako; pàn bra
e ale hey
ɛ fèt bed
i lide see
o zwazo 略像 law (英式英语)
ɔ deyò off
u nou you
ã anpil 无英语对应发音;鼻音化的[ɒ]
ɛ̃ mwen 无英语对应发音;鼻音化的[ɛ]
ɔ̃ tonton 无英语对应发音;鼻音化的[o]
ũ houngan 无英语对应发音;鼻音化的[u]

注释 编辑

  1. ^ 1.0 1.1 The contrast between [ɣ] and [w] is lost before rounded vowels, and the two phonemes merge then as [w]. Some orthographies of Haitian Creole follow the etymology of the word by using r for [w] before a rounded vowel if it comes from an original [ɣ]: gro [ɡwo] ('big' cf. French gros [ɡʁo]). The official orthography follows the modern pronunciation of the word and uses w for [w] in all cases and so [ɡwo] is spelled gwo.
  2. ^ [ɥ] is always followed by [i].
  3. ^ When [n] follows an oral vowel, a grave accent ` is written on the vowel before n: èn represents [ɛn], òn represents [ɔn], and àn represents [an]. The oral pronunciation occurs also when n is followed by another vowel.