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Definition of Phoneticians

Phonetician
Phonetician Pho`ne*ti"cian, n. One versed in phonetics; a phonetist.

Meaning of Phoneticians from wikipedia

- speech, or in the case of sign languages, the equivalent aspects of sign. Phoneticians—linguists who specialize in phonetics—study the physical properties of...
- trained phoneticians is hard to come by. Ladefoged, in a series of pioneering experiments published in the 1950s and 60s, studied how trained phoneticians coped...
- era of the ancient Indian linguists. Three nineteenth-century British phoneticians worked on this topic. Alexander Melville Bell (1867) devised an ingenious...
- different meanings depending on the subfield of phonetics. Among some phoneticians, phonation is the process by which the vocal folds produce certain sounds...
- linguistics. He is currently President of the British ****ociation of Academic Phoneticians. He was one of the co-editors of the 1999 Handbook of the International...
- known to be inaccurate since 1928. Peter Ladefoged has said that "early phoneticians... thought they were describing the highest point of the tongue, but...
- of tuberculosis. His father was Professor Alexander Melville Bell, a phonetician, and his mother was Eliza Grace (née Symonds). Born as just "Alexander...
- (link) Suomi, Kari (ed.) (1977). Papers from the 7th meeting of Finnish phoneticians Fonetiikan päivät. 90 pages, University of Turku, Finland. OCLC 248529475...
- were RP speakers, but this rough estimate has been questioned by the phonetician J. Windsor Lewis. Clive Upton notes higher estimates of 5% (Romaine,...
- are consonants using the glottis as their primary articulation. Many phoneticians consider them, or at least the glottal fricative, to be transitional...
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