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- allophone, such as the neutral tone in Standard Mandarin. There are many allophonic processes in English: lack of plosion, nasal plosion, partial devoicing...
- A phonological rule is a formal way of expressing a systematic phonological or morphophonological process or diachronic sound change in language. Phonological...
- Athabaskan languages. In Umbundu, phonemic /ṽ/ contrasts with the (allophonically) nasalized approximant [w̃] and so is likely to be a true fricative...
- Palatalization has varying phonological significance in different languages. It is allophonic in English, but phonemic in others. In English, consonants are palatalized...
- a.ad.vil.eb] "you will facilitate it". Stress is often reinforced by allophonic vowel length, especially when it is lexical. For example, French long...
- affricate [tɬ] (in Navajo, Tlingit) Voiced alveolar lateral affricate [dɮ] (allophonically in Zulu and Xhosa) Voiceless retroflex lateral affricate [ʈꞎ] (as in...
- which the IPA provides no separate symbol) has been reported to occur allophonically in Danish; see open front rounded vowel for more information. In practice...
- languages, Old Norse vowel length was lost, and vowel length became allophonically determined by syllable structure, with long vowels occurring when followed...
- distinctions, such that two or more coronal places of articulation are found allophonically, or the transcription may simply be too broad to distinguish dental...
- either allophonic or phonemic, and may be analyzed as an underlying consonant cluster. In some languages, such as English, aspiration is allophonic. Stops...
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