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JOEL MATTHEW PEARSON wrote:
> But in Portuguese orthography, "j" is /Z/, not /dz/.  Is "o" pronounced /u/
> in Portuguese?

Unstressed at the end of a word, <o> and <e> are pronounced /u/ and /i/,
hence the definite article "o" is pronounced /u/.

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