List of Consonants - Ordered By Place of Articulation - Coronal Consonants - Dental Consonants

Dental Consonants

  • dental clicks etc.
  • dental lateral clicks etc.
  • dental ejective
  • dental nasal
  • voiced dental fricative (this)
  • voiced dental implosive
  • voiced dental plosive
  • voiceless bidental fricative
  • voiceless dental fricative (thing)
  • voiceless dental plosive
  • bidental percussive

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