What are the longest sequence of vowels in a natural language that you know of? Be aware that this is an orthographic question, not a phonetical.
Please state word, language and translation.
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6 vowels. Saueøye (sheep eye, in Norwegian. This is a real life example)
9 vowels. Saueøyeeier (the owner of the sheep eye, a constructed word)
7 vowels. Niøyeøye (the eye of a fish called Niøye, not very common word, but possible)
12 vowels. Niøyeøyeøyeier (the owner of an island named after the eye of a fish called Niøye, this is a constructed word, but still understandable)