A Back Vowel Meaning in Hindi


  1. 1. पश्च स्वर (p. pazca svara )

A Back Vowel Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "What a difference a vowel makes! If his rents were but equal to his rants!"
- Jane Austen, Jane Austen: The Complete Collection

2. "Reacher had no patience for people who claimed that y was a vowel."
- Lee Child, A Wanted Man

3. "Vowels were something else. He didn't like them, and they didn't like him. There were only five of them, but they seemed to be everywhere. Why, you could go through twenty words without bumping into some of the shyer consonants, but it seemed as if you couldn't tiptoe past a syllable without waking up a vowel. Consonants, you knew pretty much where they stood, but you could never trust a vowel. To the old pitcher, they were like his own best knuckle ball come back to haunt him. In, out, up, down - not even the pitcher, much much less the batter, knew which way it would break. He kept swinging and missing."
- Quote by Jerry Spinelli

4. "In speech he stretched out his vowel sounds to give his mouth a rest before the next consonant."
- Diane Setterfield, The Thirteenth Tale

5. "Brotha needed to buy a vowel and rent a verb, then get a roll of duct tape slapped on that broken English."
- Eric Jerome Dickey, Sister

6. "Slowly my body grows a single sound, slowly I become a bell, an oval, disembodied vowel, I grow, an owl, an aureole, white fire poesia "Metamorfosi, I. Luna"
- Quote by Derek Walcott

7. "This combination of papyrus and a vowel-and-consonant alphabet allowed, for the first time in human history, the potential for mass literacy."
- William J. Bernstein, Masters of the Word: How Media Shaped History

8. "schwa: The faint vowel sound in many unstressed syllables in the English language. It is signified by the pronunciation "uh" and represented by the symbol upside down e. For example, the e in overlook, the a in forgettable, and the o in run-of-the-mill. It is the most common vowel sound in the English language."
- Neal Shusterman, The Schwa Was Here

9. "According to some researchers, hominids prior to Homo sapiens could not, for instance, produce the vowel i {ee}. But ultimately, this does not say very much, since by all accounts, et es perfectle pesseble to have a thoroughle respectable language wethout the vowel i."
- Guy Deutscher, The Unfolding of Language: An Evolutionary Tour of Mankind's Greatest Invention

10. "Mm-mm, no, thank you, no, I don't want an enchilaaadaaa. Nor do I want a burr-eye-to. Or a tay-co. Or any other bizarre, unneccessary vowel substitutions."
- Quote by Greg Proops

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