What is palatalised?

  • (adj): Produced with the front of the tongue near or touching the hard palate (as 'y') or with the blade of the tongue near the hard palate (as 'ch' in 'chin' or 'j' in 'gin').
    Synonyms: palatal, palatalized

Some articles on palatalised:

Sercquiais - Phonology
... profession, trade in Sercquiais is meeti, whereas Jèrriais has palatalised to mêtchi ... English krwee crouaix kérouaïe cross mekrëdi Mêcrédi méquerdi Wednesday The palatalised l, which in Jèrriais has been generally palatalised to /j/ in initial position and following a ...
Scottish Gaelic Phonology - Consonants
... and /i/ developed a -like coarticulation similar to the palatalised consonants found in Russian while the consonants preceding the non-front vowels /a/, /o ... phonologically palatal or palatalised consonants), in Scottish Gaelic velarisation is only present for /n̪ˠ l̪ˠ rˠ/ ... are, for the most part simply unmarked, while "slender" consonants are palatal or palatalised ...
Cyrillic Alphabets - Slavic Languages - East Slavic - Russian
... whose sound begins with ) follows a consonant, the consonant is palatalised ... Sign indicates that the consonant should be palatalised in addition to a preceding the vowel ... Sign also indicates that a consonant before another consonant or at the end of a word is palatalised ...
Scottish Gaelic - Writing System - Orthography
... So-called "slender" consonants are palatalised while "broad" consonants are neutral or velarised ... Consonant quality (palatalised or non-palatalised) is then indicated by the vowels written adjacent to a consonant, and the spelling rule gives the benefit of removing possible uncertainty about consonant quality at ...