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! colspan=4| [[Consonant]]s
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| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|b}}</big><ref name="loanwords">{{IPA|/b/}}, {{IPA|/f/}}, {{IPA|/g/}}, and {{IPA|/ʃ/}} only occur in loanwords. In casual speech, {{IPA|/b/}}, {{IPA|/g/}}, and {{IPA|/ʃ/}} may be replaced with {{IPA|/p/}}, {{IPA|/k/}}, and {{IPA|/s/}}, respectively.</ref>
| Finnish {{wikt-lang|fi|'''b'''ussi|i=-}}
| '''b'''ig
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| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|ç}}</big></big><ref name="x"/>
| Finnish {{wikt-lang|fi|vi'''h'''ma|i=-}}, {{wikt-lang|fi|ly'''h'''ty|i=-}}
| '''h'''uman, '''h'''uge
|'''h'''orse
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| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|ɦ}}</big><ref name="x">{{IPA|/ç/}}, {{IPA|/ɦ/}}, and {{IPA|/x/}} can be pronounced as {{IPA|/h/}}.</ref>
| {{wikt-lang|fi|va'''h'''a|i=-}}
| a'''h'''ead
|'''n'''anny
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| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|ŋ}}</big>
| {{wikt-lang|fi|va'''ng'''ita|i=-}}, {{wikt-lang|fi|ke'''n'''kä|i=-}}<ref name="ng">Allophone of {{IPA|/n/}} before {{IPA|/k/}}.</ref>
|eati'''ng'''
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|Between '''v''' and '''w'''
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| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|x}}</big><ref name="x"/>
| Finnish {{wikt-lang|fi|ka'''h'''vi|i=-}}
| ye'''ch''', Scottish English lo'''ch'''
| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|ʔ}}</big>
| Finnish {{wikt-lang|fi|linja'''-'''auto|i=-}}
| the pause in uh'''-'''oh
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! colspan=4| [[Stress (linguistics)|Stress]]
| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|ɑ}}</big>
| {{wikt-lang|fi|pout'''a'''|i=-}}
|Like f'''a'''ther, but shorter. General American h'''o'''t
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| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|ɑː}}</big>
| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|ø̞|ø}}</big>
| {{wikt-lang|fi|p'''ö'''ly|i=-}}
|No English equivalent; somewhat like b'''i'''rd but shorter. French f'''eu'''
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| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|ø̞|øː}}</big>
| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|y}}</big>
|Finnish {{wikt-lang|fi|kes'''y'''|i=-}}<br />Estonian {{wikt-lang|et|k'''ü'''la}}
|No English equivalent; somewhat like c'''u'''be. French '''u'''ne
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| style="text-align:center;" |<big>{{IPA link|yː}}</big>