Pronunciation of

Ubiquitous

How to pronounce Ubiquitous
Ubiquitous is an adjective that means omnipresent or found everywhere.
Ubiquitous derives from the Latin word ubi, which means where and then ubique, which means "everywhere", to which the suffix -ous is added to indicate something that is everywhere.
The correct pronunciation of ubiquitous is yoo-BIH-kwih-tus.
The stress must be pronounced on the second syllable, -BIH. The "u" in the first syllable is pronounced exactly like the word "you". The "i" in the second syllable is pronounced as a short "i", so it is pronounced as "ih". In the third syllable, the "qui" is phonetically pronounced as -kwih. Finally, the last syllable is pronounced with a slightly closed -tus sound.
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