Preceding Consonant

Some articles on preceding consonant, preceding, consonant, consonants:

Inuit Grammar - Non-specific Verbs - Objects
... below, depending on its number Indefinite suffixes Singular -mik /m/ nasalises a preceding consonant Dual -rnik deletes any preceding consonant and doubles the length of the preceding vowel Plural -nik /n ...
Polish Orthography - Spelling Rules - Other Issues With i and j
... represents /j/, but it also has the palatalizing effect on the previous consonant ... fact i is the usual spelling of /j/ between a preceding consonant and a following vowel ... (always after g, k, l, and r sometimes after m, n, and other consonants), is pronounced as /ji/, with the palatalization of the preceding consonant ...
Russian Phonetics - Historical Sound Changes
... All syllables ended in vowels, and consonant clusters, in far lesser variety than today, existed only in the syllable onset ... Otherwise, palatalized consonants appeared allophonically before front vowels ... vocalic system, was reanalyzed as an allophone of /i/ after hard consonants, prompting leveling that caused vowels to alternate according to the preceding consonant rather than vice ...

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    Very few of our race can be said to be yet finished men. We still carry sticking to us some remains of the preceding inferior quadruped organization. We call these millions men; but they are not yet men. Half-engaged in the soil, pawing to get free, man needs all the music that can be brought to disengage him.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)