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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of oyama

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 oyama:
/owjɑmə/

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  1. In the 1950s, Masutatsu Oyama founded Kyokushin Karate, and then later devised the most grueling
  2. 20th century Japan. Masutatsu Oyama, commonly known as Mas Oyama was born 1923 in South
  3. working on the farm. One story of Oyama's youth involves his first teacher giving young
  4. Oyama a seed which he was to plant; when it sprouted, he was to jump over it one hundred
  5. times every day. As the seed grew and became a plant, Oyama later said that he was able
  6. to jump between walls back and forth easily. In 1938, Oyama moved to Japan, where in 1946
  7. more months. Oyama became so strong, that he did not only defeat various rivals, but
  8. martial artists, Oyama also emphasized self-development. He was highly influenced by Musashis The
  9. Gorgug to some, to others, it's Zac Oyama!
  10. Zac Oyama, your word is frog.
  11. Zac Oyama. (Zac chirps)
  12. Translator: Akinori Oyama Reviewer: Peter van de Ven
  13. Kyokushin is a style of Karate founded by Oyama Masutatsu, a Korean born, Japanese citizen
  14. It founded in 1964 by Sosai Oyama Masutatsu, Kyokushin is predominately a stand up, full
  15. The founder of Kyokushin Karate is Masutatsu Oyama, often referred to as Mas Oyama.
  16. Now, Oyama was first introduced to the martial arts at the age of nine, when one of the farmers
  17. At the age of 12, Oyama returned back to Korea and continued his training, but this time
  18. That's Ryutarou Oyama! The fighter of endless summer, straight from the snowy mountains, Ryutarou Oyama
  19. Translator: Akinori Oyama Reviewer: Ivana Korom
  20. Ryutarou Oyama of Team Snowy Mountain fought it out to the end by himself,