^ abThe phonemes /θ/ and /ð/ are used fully or partially and mostly by younger speakers due to the influence of Modern Standard Arabic and other dialects in the Arabian Peninsula, for older speakers they mainly occur in Classical Arabic borrowings and foreign loanwords.
^[ðˤ] is an optional allophone of the grapheme ⟨ظ⟩. In general, most urban Hejazi speakers pronounce it as /zˤ/ or merge it with /dˤ/ depending on the word.
^The classicized [q] is an allophone of /ɡ/ ⟨ق⟩ and it only occurs in few phrases and proper nouns.
^The phoneme /ɫ/ only occurs in the word الله/aɫːaːh/ ('god') and words derived from it, such as يلا/jaɫːa/ "come on".
^The phonemes /p/ and /v/ are only found in loanwords and they are pronounced as /b/ and /f/ respectively by some speakers.
^ ab[ʊ~o̞] and [u] are allophones of the phoneme /u/.
Word initial and medial /u/ typically vary across [u ~ ʊ ~ o̞]. but it's strictly [u] at the end of words, and before /w/.
^ ab[ɪ~e̞] and [i] are allophones of the phoneme /i/.
Word initial and medial /i/ typically vary across [i ~ ɪ ~ e̞]. but it's strictly [i] at the end of words, and before /j/.