Proper Pronunciation Guide
[ɑ͜ɚ kə tɑ͜ip]
Pronounce the first syllable like the word “are” and stress it.
Pronounce the letters “ch” as/k/.
Pronounce the first letter “e” as the weak schwa vowel/ə/.
Pronounce the letter “y” like the name of the letter “i”—/ɑ͜i/—so that the final syllable is pronunced like the word “type” just as it is spelled.
|His role in the new play was the archetype of the stern, authoritative father.|
(noun) The original pattern or model on which all things of that type are based or which is copied; a prototype. In Jungian psychology, a universal, unconscious image, idea, or pattern of thought that is inherited and present in individual psyches.