Ai uzbek voices
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Language code: uz-UZ
Uzbek (uz-UZ), primarily spoken in Uzbekistan, is a Turkic language with its unique phonetics, grammar, and articulation patterns. Here are key pronunciation characteristics of Uzbek.
Vowel Harmony. This language, like other Turkic ones, uses vowel harmony. This means vowels in a word change to be either at the front or back of the mouth. This characteristic makes words sound smooth when spoken.
Voiceless Sounds. In this language, there are voiceless sounds not present in English and many other languages. For instance, the sound /q/ in the word "qalam" means "pen". Another sound, /χ/ is found in the word "khir" which translates to "peach".
Affricates. Uzbek has a set of affricate consonants, which are sounds produced by a plosive release into a fricative. An example is the sound "ch" in the word "chay" which means "tea."
Advanced artificial intelligence and neural network models power the core of SpeechGen, understanding and imitating the specific features of Uzbek pronunciation. This ensures that the voice generated from text is not only clear but also genuine.
- Countries: Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Russia, Turkey, Iran, China.
- Up to 50 million people speak Uzbek.
- Until 1928, the Arabic alphabet was used, then Latin, Cyrillic.