PK Thunder! (darth_paorvosa) wrote in linguaphiles,
PK Thunder!
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So I was recently made aware of the Spanish word for "trilingual", "trilingüe". Up until now I was under the impression that there was no letter Ü in Spanish (this might have been a stupid thing to assume, but I just had never seen it before). Does anyone know of some other examples of Spanish words where Ü is used?

ETA: Also, now that I think of it, what exactly happens to the sound of the U when the umlaut is placed over it in Spanish?

(The more I add to my question the more 'Spanish 101' it becomes)
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