How Do You Spell SHAVIAN?

Shavian is a term used in linguistics that refers to the phonetic alphabet created by playwright George Bernard Shaw. The spelling of "Shavian" is pronounced as /ˈʃeɪvɪən/ in IPA phonetic transcription, with a "sh" sound at the beginning, followed by the "ay" diphthong and a short "i" sound. The second syllable has the schwa vowel sound, while the final syllable has a short "e" sound. The Shavian alphabet is still used today by some linguists and phoneticians, and is particularly useful for transcribing non-English phonetic sounds.

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