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Andraes Johanssunu Æ¿raet:
> Exactly what vowel it is depends on dialect. In mine, it's a high central
> rounded vowel. Some dialects have a labialized (same lip position as
> Swedish "o" if that's any help) version of this, some a labialized [2] (mid-
> high front rounded). None is exactly usual, and substituting [y] or [u] is a
> bad idea - those are both claimed by other phonemes (don't even think of using
> a plain [2]!).

What's the lip position of Swedish 'o' and how do labialised [2] and
plain [2] differ? :)

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