Definition of Assibilation. Meaning of Assibilation. Synonyms of Assibilation

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Definition of Assibilation

Assibilation
Assibilation As*sib`i*la"tion, n. Change of a non-sibilant letter to a sibilant, as of -tion to -shun, duke to ditch.

Meaning of Assibilation from wikipedia

- In linguistics, ****ibilation is a sound change resulting in a sibilant consonant. It is a form of spirantization and is commonly the final phase of palatalization...
- affected by the satem sound changes include:[citation needed] Fronting and ****ibilation of the Proto-Indo-European (PIE) palato-velar stops: *kʲ, *gʲʰ, *gʲ >...
- P-Celtic of *kʷ -> p. Proto-Celtic also underwent the change *gʷ -> b. ****ibilation Phonological history of English consonant clusters Co-articulated consonant...
- be realised as sibilants. That set of developments, particularly the ****ibilation of palatovelars, is referred to as satemisation. In the satem languages...
- is removed if it is identical. Examples: t`eadma: t`ean, l`iug: l`iu. ****ibilation is a change that happened in Proto-Finnic: the sequence ti became si...
- syncope; Old Frisian breaking follows Phonemicization of palatals and ****ibilation, followed by second fronting in parts of West Mercia Smoothing and back...
- palatalization. The lenition tendency of palatalized consonants (by ****ibilation and deaffrication) is important. According to some analyses, the lenition...
- vs. olar "them")[citation needed] Frequent fortition (in the form of ****ibilation) of initial */j/ (e.g. *jetti > ʒetti "seven") Diphthongs from syllable-final...
- palatalized in modern Inupiatun (except where it has been ****ibilated – see ****ibilation below). Thus, for example, /t/ becomes /tʃ/, spelled ch alone and tch...
- Realization of final ng /ŋ/, the velar nasal, as the alveolar nasal [n] (****ibilation, alveolarization) in function morphemes and content morphemes with two...
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