Animals by Phonetic Spelling

The following animal names are spelled using the International Phonetic Alphabet.
You must give the standard (Latin Alphabet) spellings.
For consistency, I've used my own pronunciations throughout. I speak American English, with a faint South Midlands accent.
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Last updated: July 24, 2012
First submittedJuly 24, 2012
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IPA Spelling
English Spelling
gəˈzɛl
Gazelle
ˈdɑl.fɪn
Dolphin
ˈlɪŋks
Lynx
ˈkʰweɪl
Quail
ˈiː.ɡəl̩
Eagle
ˈvə˞.vɪt
Vervet
məˈkɑːk
Macaque
ˈwʊd.tʃək
Woodchuck
IPA Spelling
English Spelling
ˌeɪ.ʒənˈkʰɑ˞p
Asian Carp
əˈɹ æŋ.əˌtæŋ
Orangutan
ˈpʰaɪ.θɑːn
Python
sɪˈkeɪ.ɾə
Cicada
ˈhɔːk
Hawk
ˈdʒæɡ.wɑ˞
Jaguar
ˈfɛð.ə˞ˌbæk
Featherback
ˈɔs.tɹ ɪdʒ
Ostrich
IPA Spelling
English Spelling
ˈtʃiː.tə
Cheetah
ˈçjuː.mən̩
Human
kʰaɪˈjəʊ.ɾiː
Coyote
ˈʍeɪl
Whale
ˈæɾ.ə˞
Adder
ˈθɹ ʌʃ
Thrush
ˈʃæm.wɑː
Chamois
ˈdɑːx.sʊnt
Dachshund
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Level 73
Jul 24, 2012
That was hard...happy to get 10.
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Level 67
Oct 17, 2012
Please use animals one might've heard of the next time.
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Level 50
Jun 13, 2014
Ahem, most of these... like EVERYONE has heard of. Chamois? Maybe. Macaque? Maybe. Featherback? Maybe. Asian carp? Maybe. Vervet? Maybe. That's it.
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Level 49
Jun 14, 2014
Pretty sure everyone's heard of Macaques. There've been a lot of important animal-behavior experiments done on them, and then there was that politician a couple of years back who got in trouble for using the word to refer to a brownish-skinned person.