Omnarom vowels and whatnot
Aa [a], Ee [e], Ii [i], Oo [ɤ], Uu [ɯ]
Ãã [ã], Ẽẽ [ẽ], Ĩĩ [ĩ], Õõ [ɤ̃], Ũũ [ɯ͂]
Aa [ɐ], Ãã [ɐ̃]
Ii [ɪ], Ĩĩ [ɪ̃]
Oo [o], Õõ [õ]
Uu [u ~ ʊ̜], Ũũ [ũ ~ ʊ̜̃]
In some words, the vowels Éé [ɛ] and Óó [ʌ ~ ɔ] were preserved according to their original roots, like the Omna language noun romus [χˈromɯs] (love) and the Romus language noun romus [ˈrʌmɯs] (flower, love).
In Omnarom, romus [χˈromɯs] is a verb (to love), while rómus [ˈrʌmɯs] is an archaic noun meaning “flower” with the modern form roma [χˈrʌma].