Voiced Palatal Fricative - Occurrence


Language Word IPA Meaning Notes
Asturian frayar 'to destroy'
Berber Kabyle cceǥ 'to slip'
Catalan Majorcan figuera 'fig tree' Occurs in complementary distribution with . Corresponds to in other varieties. See Catalan phonology
Dutch goed 'good' More common in southern Dutch dialects, including all of Dutch-speaking Belgium. See Dutch phonology
Greek γεια geia 'hello' See Modern Greek phonology
Hungarian dobj be 'throw (one/some) in' An allophone of /j/. See Hungarian phonology
Irish an ghrian 'the sun' See Irish phonology
Pashto Wardak dialect موږ 'we'
Caipira pilha 'battery', 'pile' Allophone of /ʎ/ as a result of yeísmo-like merger, generally as onset after stressed close vowels. Most times the approximant is used instead. See Portuguese phonology
Mineiro filho 'son', 'child'
Ripuarian zeije 'to show'
Scottish Gaelic dhiubh 'of them' See Scottish Gaelic phonology
Spanish sayo 'smock' More often is an approximant. May also be represented by in certain dialects. See Spanish phonology
Swedish jord 'soil' See Swedish phonology
West Frisian
hja 'she/they' Mostly used in more formal older forms

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