Top 50 Hottest Accents In The USA

When you visit a country or city for the first time, one of the things that stands out to you is the language. More than the language, the manner of speaking also catches attention most of the time. People's accent may sound pleasing or repelling to a first-time listener. If you happen to be the latter who is turned off by the way people in a particular culture speak. There is nothing wrong with you. You are just experiencing culture shock.

Nevertheless, some accents sound really appealing the moment you come in contact with them. The sound, the words, and the manner of speaking make you fall in love with the accent. We have compiled and ranked 50 of the sexiest accents in the United States of America. Read through, your state could be at the top!

50. Long Islander

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  • States where the accent is used: New York State
  • Common words: "Tawking" - Talking, "Mawl" - Mall

49. New Jersey Accent

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  • States where the accent is used: North & South New Jersey
  • Common words: "Cawfee" - Coffee

48. Minnesotan

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  • States where the accent is used: Wisconsin, North Dakota
  • Common words: "Yahs" - Yes

47. Alaskan

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  • States where the accent is used: California, Nevada, Arizona
  • Common words: "Yahs" - Yes

46. California Valley

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  • States where the accent is used: San Fernando Valley in Southern California.
  • Common words: "ahll" - I'll

45. Southern Ohioan

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  • States where the accent is from: Southern and Southeastern Ohio
  • Common words: "Pen" - Pin

44. Floridian

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  • States where the accent is used: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama
  • Common words: "sangwich" - Sandwich

43. Pittsburghese

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  • States where the accent is used: Pennsylvania
  • Common words: "Yinz going dahntahn?" - Are you going downtown

42. Cincinnati

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  • States where the accent is used: Ohio
  • Common words: "cless" - Class

41. Pennsylvania Dutch

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  • States where the accent is used: Pennsylvania
  • Common words: "awhile" - I will

40. Appalachian - Smoky Mountain English

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  • States where the accent is used: Tennessee and North Carolina
  • Common words: "I'm goin' a-huntin'" - I am going hunting

39. Colorado

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  • States where the accent is used: Colorado
  • Common words "moun'uns" - Mountains

38. Providence

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  • States where the accent is used: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Common words: "cot–caught" merger

37. Tallahassee

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  • States where the accent is used: Florida
  • Common words: "y’all" - You all

36. Ozark

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  • States where the accent is used: Northwestern Arkansas and Southeastern Missouri
  • Common words:  "Cam" - Calm, "Sheer" - Share

35. "Hoi Toider"

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  • States where the accent is used: Outer Banks of North Carolina
  • Common words "Hoi" - High

34. San Francisco

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  • States where the accent is used: San Francisco
  • Common words: "Whereja-go?" - Where are you going?

33. Hudson Valley

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  • States where the accent is used: New York State
  • Common words: "Caarr" - Car

32. General American

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  • States where the accent is used: Unknown
  • Common words: "Laht" - Lot

31. Atlanta

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  • States where the accent is used: Atlanta
  • Common words: "what-eh-vah" - Whatever

30. New Mexican

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  • States where the accent is used: Outside of New Mexico
  • Common words: The excessive use of "Eeeeeeee" in the middle of sentences

29. Milwaukee

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  • States where the accent is used: Wisconsin
  • Common words: "Baig" - Bag

28. Western

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  • States where the accent is used: Nevada, Arizona, Utah, and Wyoming.
  • Common words: The cot-caught merger, where the two vowel words sound alike.

27. Charleston

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  • States where the accent is used: West Virginia
  • Common words: "hoose" - House and "stey-it" - State.

26. Kentucky

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  • States where the accent is used: Kentucky
  • Common words: Smooth drawl and long vowels

25. New Orleans

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  • States where the accent is used: Louisiana
  • Common words: "Where y' at?" - Where you at?

24. The Okie dialect

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  • States where the accent is used: Oklahoma
  • Common words: Expressions like "might could" or "fixing to"

23. Cleveland

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  • States where the accent is used: Ohio
  • Common words: "Tree Lawn" - Grass

22. Connecticut

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  • States where the accent is used: New York City and Boston
  • Common words: "o" s that sound like "u" s

21. Kansas Accent

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  • States where the accent is used: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri
  • Common words: "bowl" - Bull

20. Tennesseean

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  • States where the accent is used: Southern Kentucky
  • Common words: "Winder" - Window

19. Virginia Piedmont

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  • States where the accent is used: Virginia
  • Common words: "fo-uh dah-awgs" - Four Dogs

18. Baltimorese

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  • States where the accent is used: Baltimore
  • Common words: "wooder" - Water, "mere" - Mirror

17. Alabama Accent

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  • States where the accent is used: Alabama
  • Common words: "warsh" - Wash

16. Midwestern

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  • States where the accent is used: Iowa and Nebraska
  • Common words: The words Mary, marry, and merry all rhyme with each other.

15. Cajun

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  • States where the accent is used: New Orleans
  • Common words: "Allons" - Let's go

14. Yoopernese

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  • States where the accent is used: Upper Peninsula of Michigan
  • Common words: "yah" - Yeah

13. Miami

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  • States where the accent is used: Florida
  • Common words: "sall-mon" - Salmon

12. Chicano

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  • States where the accent is used: East Los Angeles, California
  • Common words: The use of Spanish words mixed into English sentences.

11. Northwestern

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  • States where the accent is used: Oregon and Washington
  • Common words: "aygg" - Egg

10. Californian

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  • States where the accent is used: California
  • Common words:  "duuuuuude" - Dude

9. St. Louis

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  • States where the accent is used: Missouri
  • Common words: "carn" - Corn

8. Philadelphia

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  • States where the accent is used: Pennsylvania
  • Common words: "foit" - Fight, "boik" - Bike

7. Hawaiian

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  • States where the accent is used: Hawaii
  • Common words: The local speakers mix Pidgin and English, so the "r" s are dropped.

6. Mississippi

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  • States where the accent is used: Mississippi
  • Common words: The letter "e", sounds more like "uhay".

5. Chicago

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  • States where the accent is used: Illinois
  • Common words: "bought" - But

4. Mainer

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  • States where the accent is used: The Mid Coast
  • Common words: "yoger" - Yoga

3. New York

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  • States where the accent is used: New York
  • Common words: Loooong vowels and short 'a's.

2. Bostonian

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  • States where the accent is used: Massachusetts
  • Common words: "pahk yuh cahr in hahvuhd yahd" - Park Your Car In Our Yard

1. Texan

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  • States where the accent is used: Texas
  • Common words: Plenty of 'Howdy's.

Great news for southerners, whose accent has sometimes been said to sound less educated and attractive than their Yankee countrymen. On the other hand, not so good news for the Long Islanders who were voted the least sexy. The interesting thing about accents is that people from the same region always claim their accent is better than others. It's a fight no one can ever win! 

What do you think about the list and where does your accent rank on the list? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Do well to share this article with your friends and family.

Sources: bigseventravel, marketwatch

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