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vowel
noun
1 any speech-sound made with an open mouth and no contact between mouth, lips, teeth or tongue.
2 a letter of the alphabet, used alone or in combination, representing such a sound, in English, eg a , e , i , o , u , and in some words y . Compare consonant.
[14c: from French vouel , from Latin vocalis vocal, from vox voice]


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