WH - Linguistics

Linguistics

  • wh (digraph), a letter combination found in words like when and whale
  • Voiceless labio-velar approximant, the sound used for the above when it is pronounced differently from w
  • wh-word, an alternative name for an interrogative word
  • Wh-movement, a syntactic phenomenon in linguistics

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