Voiceless Bilabial

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Bilabial Stop
... In phonetics and phonology, a bilabial stop is a type of consonantal sound, made with both lips (hence bilabial), held tightly enough to block the passage of air (hence a stop consonant) ... More generally, several kinds are distinguished , voiceless bilabial stop , voiced bilabial stop , voiced bilabial nasal , voiceless bilabial nasal , voiced bilabial implosive , bilabial ejective (rare) or ...
List Of Unicode Characters - IPA Extensions
... Alpha Open back rounded vowel 313 U+0253 ɓ #595 Latin Small Letter B with hook Voiced bilabial implosive 160 U+0254 ɔ #596 Latin Small Letter Open O Open-mid ...
List Of Latin Letters - Extensions
... Greek Α α Ɒ ɒ Turned alpha (Turned script A) Open back rounded vowel ʙ Small capital B Bilabial trill partially devoiced bilabial stop in UPA ... Azerbaijani letter ʜ Small capital H Voiceless epiglottal fricative Ƕ ƕ Hwair Gothic Ⱶ ⱶ Half H Claudian letters Ꜧ ꜧ Heng ı Dotless I Turkish, Azerbaijani ɪ Small capital I Near-close near-fro ... lateral fricative Ꞁ ꞁ Turned L ʎ Turned Y Palatal lateral approximant ᴍ Small capital M Voiceless bilabial nasal in UPA ꟽ Epigraphic letter inverted M ...
Voiceless Bilabial Stop
... The voiceless bilabial stop is a type of consonantal sound used in many spoken languages ... The voiceless bilabial stop in English is spelled with 'p', as in speed ...
List Of Consonants - Ordered By Place of Articulation - Labial Consonants - Bilabial Consonants
... bilabial clicks etc ... bilabial nasal (man) bilabial ejective voiced bilabial implosive voiceless bilabial plosive (spin) voiced bilabial plosive (bed) voiceless bilabial ...

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