Ö is one of the 29 alphabets in Swedish language, and one of the 9 vowels: A, E, I, O, U, Y, Å, Ä and Ö. Note that in English language there are only 5 vowels: A, E, I, O, U.
Ö also has two sound variants: long ö and short ö. The letter is pronounced by opening the lips to a rectangular position but upside down, or like the shape of pineapple, with the tongue at the back of the mouth – the tongue behind the lower jaw. How to pronounce the letter and words with those letter, you can watch a video at this link: uttal.se
Ö: ONE-LETTERED WORD
Ö is also a one-lettered word in Swedish: Ö is an island.
|Obestämd form INDEFINITE||Bestämnd form
|En ö||Ön||Öar Bilar||Öarna|
SOME WORDS WITH Ö:
En öde ö: A DESERTED ISLAND
Ö bo: ISLANDER
Öde (ett öde, Ödet, öden, ödena): FATE, DESTINY
Öde (adjective): UNOCCUPIED, UNINHABITED, DESERTED
Ödla (en ödla, ödlan, ödlor): LIZARD
Ödmjuk, ödmjukt, ödmjuka (adjective): HUMBLE
Önskan, Önskningar: WISH, WISHES
Önska, önskar, önskade, önskat (verb): WISH
Öl, ölet: BEER
Öland is an island in Baltic Sea, and it is the second largest island. It is spelt as Øland in Nordic countries or as Oland, internationally (o without diaresis). The sparsely populated island is the location for Borgholm Castle, and for Solliden Palance the summer residence of Swedish monarchy. The striking geographical feature of the island is the Great Alvar – a limestone plain rich in orchids and biodiversity. The island is connected to the mainland of Sweden with Öland Bridge since 1972.
Ö: A COMMON LETTER IN PLACE NAMES of SWEDEN
Ö is also a common prefix and suffix in many place names of Sweden: Öregrund, Östersund, Örnsköldsvik, Östhammar, Öckero, Lidingö, Styrsö, Vrångö, Nässjö, Malmö, Eksjö …