Uvular

  • (adj): Of or relating to or associated with the uvula.
    Example: "The uvular r"

Some articles on uvular:

Differences Between Norwegian Bokmål And Standard Danish - Pronunciation and Sound System
... the pronunciation of the letters d and g), as well as the realisation of r as a uvular or even pharyngeal approximant in Danish as opposed to the Norwegian alveolar trills or uvular trills/fricatives ... The most obvious instances are the uvular (rather than alveolar) pronunciation of /r/ and the lack of retroflexes in much of Western Norway, and the pronunciation, in some cases, of a retroflex ...
Cyrillic Digraphs - Tatar
... They interact with the ambiguous consonant letters к, velar /k/ or uvular /q/, and г, velar /ɡ/ or uvular /ʁ/ ... In general, velar consonants occur before front vowels and uvular consonants before back vowels, so it is frequently not necessary to specify these values in ... A uvular followed by a front vowel, as in /qærdæʃ/ "kinsman", for example, is written with the corresponding back vowel to specify the uvular value кардәш ...
Uvular Consonants - Descriptions in Different Languages
... English has no uvular consonants, and they are unknown in the indigenous languages of Australia and the Pacific ... Uvular consonants are however found in many African and Middle-Eastern languages, most notably Arabic, and in Native American languages ... North America, nearly every language has uvular stops and fricatives ...
Uvular Fricative
... Uvular fricative can refer to Voiced uvular fricative Voiceless uvular fricative ...
Kusunda Language - Phonology - Consonants
... or palatal /t/ is before /i/, before /e, ə, u/, before /o, a/, and when there is a following uvular, as in ~ ('we') ... phonemes common to the region, and is unique in the region in having uvular consonants ... Consonants Labial Coronal Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal Nasal m n ŋ ɴʕ Plosive p~b b~β (pʰ bʱ) t~d d (tʰ dʱ) k~ɡ ɡ~ɣ (kʰ~x ɡʱ) q~ɢ (qʰ) ʔ Affricate ts ...