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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of letter of jeremiah

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 letter of jeremiah:
/lɛtɹ̩ ʌv d͡ʒɛɹəmajə/

Derived Form of letter

noun
plural: letters
verb
third person: letters
past: lettered
past participle: lettered
present participle: lettering
Noun
1
a written message addressed to a person or organization
  1. mailed an indignant letter to the editor
Synonymsmissive,
Hyponymsairmail letter, business letter, chain letter, covering letter, crank letter, dead letter, encyclical, epistle, fan letter, form letter, invitation, letter of intent, open letter, pastoral, personal letter, round robin,
Hypernymsdocument, text,
Meronymsaddress, line, postscript,
Holonymscorrespondence, mail,
Partsaddress, destination, line, name and address, postscript, PS,
Type ofdocument, text, textual matter,
Typesaerogram, aerogramme, air letter, airmail letter, business letter, chain letter, cover letter, covering letter, crank letter, dead letter, dead mail, encyclical, encyclical letter, epistle, fan letter, form letter, invitation, letter of intent, open letter, pastoral, personal letter, round robin,
Part ofcorrespondence, mail,
2
the conventional characters of the alphabet used to represent speech
  1. his grandmother taught him his letters
Synonymsletter of the alphabet, alphabetic character,
HyponymsA, aleph, alpha, ascender, ayin, B, beta, beth, block letter, C, chi, consonant, D, daleth, delta, descender, digraph, E, epsilon, eta, F, G, gamma, gimel, H, he, heth, I, initial, iota, J, K, kaph, kappa, L, lambda, lamedh, M, mem, mu, N, nu, nun, O, omega, omicron, P, pe, phi, pi, polyphone, psi, Q, qoph, R, resh, rho, S, sadhe, samekh, shin, sigma, sin, T, tau, taw, teth, theta, U, upsilon, V, vowel, W, waw, X, xi, Y, yodh, Z, zayin, zeta,
Hypernymscharacter,
Holonymsspelling,
Type ofcharacter, grapheme, graphic symbol,
TypesA, aleph, alpha, ascender, ayin, B, beta, beth, block capital, block letter, C, chi, consonant, D, daleth, delta, descender, digraph, double-u, E, epsilon, eta, F, G, gamma, gimel, H, he, heth, I, initial, iota, izzard, J, K, kaph, kappa, khi, L, lambda, lamedh, M, mem, mu, N, nu, nun, O, omega, omicron, P, pe, phi, pi, polyphone, polyphonic letter, psi, Q, qoph, R, resh, rho, S, sadhe, samekh, shin, sigma, sin, T, tau, taw, teth, theta, U, upsilon, V, vowel, W, waw, X, xi, Y, yodh, Z, zayin, zed, zee, zeta,
Part ofalphabet, spelling,
3
owner who lets another person use something (housing usually) for hire
Hypernymsowner,
Type ofowner, proprietor,
See alsolet,
4
a strictly literal interpretation (as distinct from the intention)
  1. he followed instructions to the letter
  2. he obeyed the letter of the law
Hypernymsliteral interpretation,
Type ofliteral interpretation,
5
an award earned by participation in a school sport
  1. he won letters in three sports
Synonymsvarsity letter,
Hypernymsaward,
Type ofaccolade, award, honor, honour, laurels,
Verb
1
win an athletic letter
Hypernymsearn,
Type ofearn, garner,
2
set down or print with letters
Hypernymsprint,
Type ofimpress, print,
See alsoletterer,
3
mark letters on or mark with letters
Hypernymswrite,
Type ofwrite,
See alsoletterer,
Preposition
1
a reason or cause
Synonymsfrom,
2
connects a noun with the preceding word
3
expresses possession or connection
4
indicates parts, content, or quality
5
indicates a point of reference

Derived Form of jeremiah

noun
plural: jeremiahs
Noun
1
(Old Testament) an Israelite prophet who is remembered for his angry lamentations (jeremiads) about the wickedness of his people (circa 626-587 BC)
SynonymsJeremiah,
Type ofprophet,
2
a book in the Old Testament containing the oracles of the prophet Jeremiah
SynonymsJeremiah, Book of Jeremiah,
HolonymsOld Testament, Prophets,
Type ofbook,
Part ofNebiim, Old Testament, Prophets,

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  1. In the seventh chapter of Jeremiah, Jeremiah indicts them for worshiping the Queen of Heaven,
  2. If the smaller daughters are the offspring of Jeremiah, and then once the nameless blacksmith deity and Izalith are betrayed, the two of them have Ceaseless, the size of Ceaseless is more explainable,
  3. So now remember in the Book of Jeremiah and in the book of Habakkuk
  4. the 4th letter of the Azerbaijani alphabet. the 5th letter of the Pashto Latin alphabet.
  5. the 3rd letter of the Turkmen alphabet. the 4th letter of the Zazaki alphabet.
  6. The first indication that the ark had been removed from Solomons temple occurs in the book of Jeremiah,
  7. >> WHO SITS IN THE PEWS OF JEREMIAH GD AMERICA AND
  8. Baruch (that is attached with the Epistle of Jeremiah),
  9. This Zedekiah was a very wicked King you can read about that through the Book of Jeremiah,
  10. The grave site of Jeremiah Derry Hegarty,
  11. And Jehoiachin was followed by the final king during the time of Jeremiah and the last king
  12. But if the last letter of the unconjugated verb is any other letter,
  13. Using the Vigenere Tableau, each letter of the cipher-text is decrypted using the letter
  14. four pieces of antique furniture, Kidd's letter of marque, and various portraits of
  15. The letters of Abgar--the letter of Abgar to Jesus and of
  16. Mikotoba: It's a letter of introduction. I predict that the mention of my name may be of some use to you.
  17. you can take the first letter of each of their names
  18. His trip was a response to Agafia's letter of appeal to the Metropolitan of Moscow and all Rus Cornelius.
  19. - The 7th letter of-- oh! What if it's of the alphabet?
  20. a similar stylistic decision resulted in a special form of certain characters that only occur when they are the last letter of a word.