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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of hindustani

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 hindustani:
/hɪndʌstɑni/

Derived Form of hindustani

noun
plural: hindustanis
adjective
comparitive: more hindustani
superlative: most hindustani
Noun
1
a native or inhabitant of Hindustan or India
SynonymsHindu, Hindoo, Hindustani,
Hyponymsbrahman, Kshatriya, Rajput, Shudra, Vaisya,
HypernymsAsian,
Type ofAsian, Asiatic,
Typesbrahman, brahmin, Kshatriya, Rajpoot, Rajput, Shudra, Sudra, Vaisya,
Part ofHindustan,
2
a form of Hindi spoken around Delhi
SynonymsHindustani, Hindoostani, Hindostani,
HypernymsHindi,
Type ofHindi,
Adjective
1
of or relating to or characteristic of Hindustan or its people or language
SynonymsHindustani,
See alsoHindustan,

hindustani on Youtube

  1. All those victims were homeless, what the Hindustani Times called pavement dwellers.
  2. Bible and prayer book Hindustani grammar and the volumes of Shakespeare's works
  3. Today I'm going to talk about a language called Hindustani
  4. Or it's sometimes called Hindustani
  5. Hindustani is a language that arose in the Hindustan region.
  6. Maybe you've never heard of Hindustani before, but you've probably heard of Hindi & Urdu.
  7. Hindustani is a pluricentric language, meaning that it's a single language that has 2 different standard varieties.
  8. For most of its history, Hindustani was a single language that was refered to by various different names.
  9. Hindustani is spoken as a native language by lots and lots of people.
  10. There are an additional 214 million second language speakers of Hindustani.
  11. So if we include both native speakers and second language speakers of both varieties of Hindustani,
  12. Hindustani a member of the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family.
  13. Early forms of Hindustani developed between the 7th to 13th century CE, a time of
  14. Hindustani was the language of the common people around Delhi,
  15. During this timle, Hindustani, which was known by different names such as Hindavi and Delhavi,
  16. had an impact on the Hindustani language.
  17. In the 18th c., towards the end of the Mughal Empire, a form of Hindustani,
  18. It was a variety of Hindustani, containing Persian vocabulary.
  19. Until this Persianized variety of Hindustani was made the official language,
  20. Hindustani was considered a single language for all communities, with mere local variations.