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Palatalization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Palatalization may refer to: Palatalization (phonetics), the phonetic feature of palatal secondary articulation; Palatalization (sound change), the sound change ...

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This palatalization of sk was general in Scotland as well as in England, and such words in sk must be regarded as Scand.

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Palatalization, in phonetics, the production of consonants with the blade, or front, of the tongue drawn up farther toward the roof of the mouth (hard palate) than in ...

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Palatalization as a phonetic phenomenon. Palatalization in synchronic language analysis - i.e. at one point in time - usually refers to a phonetic process by which a ...

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Kinyarwanda - Palatalization

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Palatalization. There are two classes of postalveolar plosives in Kinyarwanda: velars and palatals. In (1) are examples of the velars, and in (2) are examples of the ...

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Palatalization (also softening of consonants), a secondary articulation that involves raising the middle part of the back of the tongue to the hard palate to modify ...

Palatalization (phonetics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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In some languages, palatalization is allophonic. Some phonemes have palatalized allophones in certain contexts, typically before front vowels, and unpalatalized ...

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In historical linguistics, palatalization / ˌ p æ l ə t ə l aɪ ˈ z eɪ ʃ ən / is a sound change that either results in a palatal or palatalized consonant or a ...

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131 on the same page, Gigge is called "suspect of being non-lranian" because of the lack of palatalization of the velar before "i" (also no.