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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of yoth

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  1. called Yoth, where relics of a still older and non-human race were found by archaeologists.
  2. a wild state amidst the Cyclopean ruins of the deserted red-litten world of Yoth which
  3. such a supposition was the well-known fact that the vanished inhabitants of Yoth had
  4. in the vaults of Zin, beneath the largest ruined city of Yoth. But it was also known
  5. from these manuscripts that the beings of Yoth had possessed the art of synthetically
  6. the long period of decadence. The beings of Yoth had undoubtedly been reptilian in affiliations,
  7. link with a fabled elder world compared to which even cryptic Yoth was a thing of yesterday.
  8. had had great civilisations and mighty gods before ever the reptilian quadrupeds of Yoth
  9. had come into being. Many images of Tsathoggua existed in Yoth, all of which were alleged
  10. of blue lighthousing them in shrines of Yoth-quarried basalt like the one Zamacona
  11. of the black realm of Nkai beneath the red-litten world of Yoth. According to the
  12. in the aeons between the days of Yoth and the coming of men to the earth; something
  13. perhaps not unconnected with the end of Yoth. Probably it had been an earthquake, opening
  14. alive sealed the passage leading from red-litten Yoth down into the gulfs of nether horror.
  15. exploring party went down to Yoth to find the closed gate of the black abyss and see
  16. world of Yoth to see the Cyclopean ruins. He witnessed prodigies of craft and machinery
  17. red-litten Yoth, whose existence the dominant religious cults of Kn-yan were more and
  18. more inclined to deny. When exploring Yoth he had vainly tried to find the blocked-up