Velar Consonants

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Burmese Script - Alphabet - Letters
... A syllable onset is the consonant or consonant cluster that appears before the vowel of a syllable ... script has 33 letters to indicate the initial consonant of a syllable and four diacritics to indicate additional consonants in the onset ... which are placed above, below or beside the consonant character ...
Russian Phonetics - Phonological Processes - Palatalization
... Before /j/, paired consonants are normally soft as in пью 'I drink' and пьеса 'theatrical play' ... However the last consonant of prefixes and parts of compound words generally remains hard in the standard language отъезд 'departure', Минюст 'Min ... Paired consonants preceding /e/ are also soft although there are exceptions from loanwords, alternations across morpheme boundaries are the norm ...
Russian Phonetics - Consonants
... meaning the center of the tongue is raised during and after the articulation of the consonant ... Consonant phonemes of Russian Labial Dental Alveolar Post- alveolar/ Palatal Velar Nasal m mʲ n nʲ Stop p b pʲ bʲ t d tʲ dʲ k ɡ kʲ ɡʲ Affricate t͡s (t͡s ... There is a marked tendency of Russian hard consonants to be velarized, though this is a subject of some academic dispute ...
Proto-Slavic - Historical Development - Dialectal Differentiation
... was the change of *ě to *a after palatal consonants and *j, which then created *ča/*ka contrasts ... By this point, Common Slavic had the following consonants ... Consonants of Late Proto-Slavic Labial Coronal Palatal Velar Nasal m n Plosive p b t d k ɡ Affricate ts dz tʃ Fricative v s z ʃ ʒ x Trill r Approximant l j For many Common Slavic dialects—including most ...
Labial–velar Consonant
... Labial–velar consonants are doubly articulated at the velum and the lips, such as ... They are sometimes called "labiovelar consonants", a term that can also refer to labialized velars, such as and the approximant ... Truly doubly articulated labial–velars occur as stops and nasals in the majority of languages in West and Central Africa (for example in the name of ...