Fricatives

Some articles on fricative, fricatives:

Frickative - Languages
... H is not a fricative in English (see /h/) ... The other fricatives come in voiceless-voiced pairs /f v, θ ð, s z, ʃ ʒ/ ... Ubykh may be the language with the most fricatives (29 not including /h/), some of which do not have good symbols or diacritics in the IPA ...
Bengali Dialects - Regional Dialect Differences - Phonological Variations - Fricatives
... In the dialects prevalent in much of eastern Bangladesh (Barisal, Chittagong, Dhaka and Sylhet divisions), many of the stops and affricates heard in Kolkata Bengali are pronounced as fricatives. ...
Pashto - Phonology - Consonants
... Nasal m n ɳ Plosive p b t̪ d̪ ʈ ɖ k ɡ q ʔ Affricate t͡s d͡z t͡ʃ d͡ʒ Fricative f s z (ʂ ʐ) ʃ ʒ (ç ʝ) x ɣ h Approximant l j w Rhotic ... The retroflex fricatives /ʂ/, /ʐ/ and palatal fricatives /ç/, /ʝ/ represent dialectally different pronunciations of the same sound, not separate phonemes ... In particular, the retroflex fricatives, which represent the original pronunciation of these sounds, are preserved in the southern/southwestern dialects (especially the prestige dialect of Kandahar ...
Bengali Phonology - Regional Phonological Variations - Fricatives
... In the dialects prevalent in much of eastern Bangladesh (Barisal, Chittagong, Dhaka and Sylhet divisions), many of the stops and affricates heard in Kolkata Bengali are pronounced as fricatives. ...
Chittagonian Language - Fricatives
... is distinguished from Bengali by its large inventory of fricatives, which often correspond to plosives in Bengali ... For example, the Chittagonian voiceless velar fricative (like the Arabic "kh" or German "ch") in corresponds to the Bengali voiceless aspirated velar plosive, and the Chittagonian voiceless ...