Translation of umlaut in Spanish:

umlaut

diéresis, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʊmˌlaʊt//ˈʊmlaʊt/

noun

Linguistics

  • 1

    (mark)
    diéresis feminine
    crema feminine
    • German umlauts appear to be a problem in some cases.
    • Furthermore, Hungarian, Turkish and Finnish (which are Ural-Altaic languages like Korean and share phonetic qualities with it) also extensively use umlauts.
    • This changed when the reform-minded leader Kemal Mustafa Attaturk, for better or for worse, adopted a Romanization system which heavily uses umlauts to modify various sounds.
    • The evidence is that originally the German keyboard produced circumflexes instead of umlauts but it was replaced by an English keyboard.
    • Come on folks, don't you know how to pronounce vowels with umlauts over them?
  • 2

    (vowel change)
    metafonía feminine
    inflexión vocálica feminine
    • Not all vowel gradations are caused by umlaut.
    • The mutations of a basic vowel by umlaut are of two kinds in OE.
    • It is important to note that in many OE words containing vowels affected by umlaut, the /i/ or /j/ in the following unstressed syllable has been lost.