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Edo /ˈɛdoʊ/ (with diacritics, Ẹ̀dó), also called Bini (Benin), is a Volta–Niger language spoken in Edo State, Nigeria. It is the primary native language of the Edo people and was the primary language of the Benin Empire and its predecessor, Igodomigodo.
There are seven vowels, /i e ɛ a ɔ o u/, all of which may be long or nasal, and three tones.
Edo has a rather average consonant inventory for an Edoid language. It maintains only a single phonemic nasal, /m/, but has 13 oral consonants, /ɺ, l, ʋ, j, w/ and the 8 stops, which have nasal allophones such as [n, ɲ, ŋʷ] before nasal vowels.
The three rhotics have been described as voiced and voiceless trills as well as a lax English-type approximant. However, Ladefoged[page needed] found all three to be approximants, with the voiced–voiceless pair being raised (without being fricatives) and perhaps at a slightly different place of articulation compared to the third but not trills.