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n. finals (simple or compound vowel of a Chinese syllable)
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What is the function of a 韵母 (yùn mǔ) in a Chinese word?
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A 韵母 (yùn mǔ) is the final part of a Chinese syllable. It is a vowel sound that is used to modify the tone of the syllable. It can be a single vowel, such as "a" (ā), "e" (ē), "i" (ī), "o" (ō), "u" (ū), or a combination of two or more vowels, such as "ai" (āi), "ao" (áo), "ou" (ōu). The 韵母 is used to distinguish words that have the same initial and medial sounds, such as "mā" (妈, mother) and "mǎ" (马, horse).
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