Unrounded closed back vowel
|IPA character description||Latin minuscule rotated by 180 ° m|
|Unicode||U + 026F|
|HTML (dec.)||& # 623;|
- Scottish Gaelic : ao (i), ui
- Japanese : う and the u-sound z. B. in the syllable ふ (fu) [ ɸɯ ]
- Korean : ㅡ
- Turkish : ı
- Vietnamese : ư
- Thai : อึ
In the vowel system of Portuguese there is a weak pronunciation variant for three vowels corresponding to the German unstressed e [ ə ]: a [ ɐ ], e [ ɯ ] and o [ ʊ ].
According to the three-dimensional Turkish vowel system, whose eight vowels can be interpreted as the corners of a cube, ı [ ɯ ] is the dark counterpart to i , closed counterpart to a , unrounded counterpart to u . At the opposite corner of the cube is - light, open, rounded - the ö .