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"Waow Rwakha" is a vowel represented by the letter "Woaw" with a dot on top of it, and it gives the preceding consonant letter the sound of o.
"o" as in toll, poll, cord, dome, home, orbit, okay, folklore, comb, most, cork, comb, soar, shore, for, four, soup, more, pore, snore, glory, born, torn, sold, told.
In Assyrian, there are more ways to express the sound of "o"; Waow Rwakha is one of them. Here, we will show the instances where the sound of "o" is represented by Waow Rwakha. Talking in Assyrian, in Urmijnaya dialect, a lot of words that were supposed to be pronounced as "o" are being pronounced "oo", which makes it confusing when to use "o" or "oo". We will keep their original spelling and let the readers pronouce them the way they decide—"o" or "oo". These are some examples:
*For more inforomation about the English letters phonetics and pronunciation; refer to the Webster dictionary©; at the bottom of all pages the vowels in English language are clearly explained. Click here to see a sample.