Category:Phonology
Feature:Front Rounded Vowels WALS
Name:High and mid
Languages (148):
Conlangs (142):
Livagian [phonologically]
Livagian [phonetically]
Lembrin
Cholnish
Ayasthi
Sa'nakkan
Rnihonön
Þrjótrunn
Zhyler
Kazujisha
Rhean
Jarolim
Ghaf
Qwynegold
Tauro-Piscean
Chamanar
Velu
Raitoliste
Jarda
Rugian
Songulda
Modern Arithide
gzb
Gogido
Ryupisasa
Velyan
Lhueslue
Ainure
Nisela
Austrian
Rång
Alopian
Sjal
Aveata
Avorenta
Surnichian
Solaric
project 1
Wooshe
Géarthnuns
Neimalu
Theadish
Dacayan
Siginese
Nizhmel
Labasje
Paagnnyaglŝ
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
Denaden
Cenyani
Torimish
Future English
Kymna
Kanteian
Beringian
Jajuna
Rou
Svørgska
Islysian
Mekoshan
Mîrkšam
Longrimol
Ozavakve
Pyratela
Briötto
Qorolese
Tolsian
Tlaymyts
Yìrasì
Popsiclian
ProConlang
Poeplish
Marag
Borchennymendi
Omluuet
Hercsex
Tim Ar
Fasime
Baronh
Volapuk
donawean
PROTO_RELIGIO
Başam
Applelang
City Speech
Note that two of the three have been fronted because they're nasalized, and that only one of those two actually contrasts with an unrounded front nasal vowel.
Alley's Language
Maksinaunminverbe
Begonian
Aoma
Iaskyon
Femmish
Kamëzet
Meino
Hellanan
Palen
Old Palen
Laefevesi
Sǔra
Mezhat
Iathi
Oedilaaiffe
Ghasde
yashde
Ythnandosian
Yeqochun
Hy'Bae
Qhirem
Valthungian
Northeadish
Celinese In Perís and Ioðinbêr, there is /ø/, written as a short . In most dialects, there is also /y/ or /ʏ/, written as or .
Mli Vjacgu
Neoquux
Deinau
Jorivuzedox (Modern Southern)
Ndatshok
Reber Wiebian
Ancient Wiebian
lietūska
Oklane
Opus
Thuun
Anikuek
Velan
Trayks
Kirronga
Valkanshia
Tsatsar
Dearean
Jywe
Htoleithe
Karemar
Pannonian
Gravgaln
Common Honey
Gothish
Dheneydabus
Kolyma Ainu
Eitinodo
Old Sumrë
Sambahsa
Interlingue (Occidental)
Choton

Natlangs (6):
French
Hungarian
Turkish
Finnish
German
Wari'