Palatals

Some articles on palatal, palatals:

Old English - Orthography - Conventions of Modern Editions
... Additionally, modern editions often distinguish between a velar and palatal ⟨c⟩ and ⟨g⟩ with diacritic dots above the putative palatals ⟨ċ⟩, ⟨ġ⟩ ... (See The distribution of velars and palatals in Old English for details.) cg (the surface pronunciation of geminate /jj/) occasionally also for /ɡɡ/ d Represented /d/ ... (See The distribution of velars and palatals in Old English for details.) h /h/ and its allophones ...
Icelandic Phonology - Consonants - Restrictions
... Dorsal consonants (velar, palatal, glottal) The "glottal fricative" (actually a placeless approximant) only occurs initially before a vowel, and following a vowel in the sequences ... There are two sets of palatal sounds ... "Alternating palatals" alternate with the velars, while "non-alternating palatals" do not ...
Icelandic Phonology - Consonants - Phonemes
... This would assume, for example, that the palatal stops c cʰ, voiceless sonorants l̥ r̥ n̥ and perhaps the velar nasal ŋ are separate phonemes, at least in positions where ... This would assume, for example, that the palatal stops, voiceless sonorants and velar nasal ŋ are phonemic clusters, in accordance with the orthography ... the set of phonemes in Icelandic is as follows Consonant Phonemes Labial Dental Alveolar Palatal Velar Glottal Nasal m (n̥) n (ŋ) Plosive p b t d (c) (ɟ) k ɡ Fricative f v θ s ...
Alveolo-palatal Consonant
... In phonetics, alveolo-palatal (or alveopalatal) consonants are intermediate in articulation between the coronal and dorsal consonants ... In the official IPA chart, alveolo-palatals would appear between the retroflex and palatal consonants but for "lack of space" ... Ladefoged and Maddieson characterize the alveolo-palatals as palatalized postalveolars (palatalized palato-alveolars), articulated with the blade of the tongue behind the alveolar ridge and the ...