[noun]

Definition

The production of speech sound resulted from configuration of the vocal tract when open relative to vocal cord vibration and no audible friction. This results in the sounding of a language system of the vowels a, e, i, o, and u. Jamaican Oy’Nissh language (Oy’Nissh) uses single, double, triple, and quadruple vowel combinations with a mixture of accents, apostrophes, or both. It also has a vowel arrangement that includes the Jamaican original one drop beat into the linguistics.

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(Coined by Oy’Nissh GranDiece on Tues 18/11/20 at 11:10 am)