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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of exmoor

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of exmoor:
/ɛksmʊɹ/

Derived Form of exmoor

noun
plural: exmoors
Noun
1
stocky breed of pony with a fawn-colored nose
Type ofpony,
2
horned sheep of Devon; valued for mutton
Type ofdomestic sheep, Ovis aries,

exmoor on Youtube

  1. Oh right! Well, apparently I've recently been called the Exmoor Bike Guru. The Exmoor Bike Guru!
  2. Beast of Exmoor was blamed for the deaths of hundreds of sheep.
  3. While on the journey, you get mesmerizing views of Exmoor and the North Devon Coastline
  4. Junction with EXMOOR STREET
  5. Four dwarf grooms, dressed in scarlet liveries and mounted on white Exmoor ponies, hunted
  6. excellent forage for cattle. However a different kind of lawnmower - the Exmoor
  7. After just a few months, the presence of the Exmoor ponies attracted a number of
  8. Here we are, beautiful Exmoor again! Up on my favourite mountain bike tracks, fire tracks, or something,
  9. Beautiful Exmoor. Favourite mountain bike tracks.
  10. Here we go, Marshfield Road, down to see Exmoor Bike.
  11. And you're Exmoor Bike....
  12. You live in Exmoor. Get a bike, put the playstation down, actually add me on playstation: Scotty4
  13. That's my new favourite town now, in Exmoor.
  14. and it brings in Exmoor enquiries and then them that's gonna cost me X more to
  15. And I've been to the Exmoor's.
  16. of the lift oh helmholtz darling do come and have a picnic supper with us on exmoor
  17. I am Tar the Proud leader of the Exmoor Pony herd!
  18. settling into Stanley's family farm at Nethercote, near Winsford in Exmoor. At Nethercote,