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Language code: lt-LT
Lithuanian (lt-LT) is a Baltic language with its unique phonetics, grammar, and articulation. Unlike other languages, its pronunciation has distinct features which must be captured for a genuine audio experience.
The Lithuanian language has intricate tonal variations and specific sounds that aren’t common in many other languages. This makes synthesis a task that requires advanced technology to ensure precision and authenticity in voice output. The list of unique pronunciation features:
Diphthongs: There are several diphthongs, such as "ai", "ei", "ie", and "uo". Each diphthong is pronounced as a combination of its component sounds, and the exact pronunciation can vary based on the surrounding consonants and the position in the word.
Nasal Vowels: Though less common in modern standard Lithuanian, some dialects still preserve nasal vowels, reminiscent of its ancestral language, Proto-Baltic.
Pitch Accent: Lithuanian is one of the few European languages that has a pitch accent system. This means that the pitch or tone of a word can change its meaning. There are three types of pitch accents: rising, falling, and long falling.
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- Official status: Lithuania, European Union.
- East Baltic language (another such language is Latvian).
- The alphabet consists of 32 letters.
- Lithuanian has 45 consonant and 13 vowel phonemes.
- 3 million native speakers.