Some articles on stops, bilabial stops:
... between Western Armenian and Classical Armenian phonology include the distinction of stops and affricates ... Armenian has a three-way distinction of stops and affricates one voiced and two voiceless — a plain version and an aspirated one — Western Armenian ... For example, Classical has three bilabial stops /b/ (), /p/ (), and /pʰ/ () Western Armenian, has two bilabial stops /b/ () and /pʰ/ ( or ) ...
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