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WHAT DOES LABIOVELAR MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Definition of labiovelar in the English dictionary
The definition of labiovelar in the dictionary is relating to or denoting a speech sound pronounced with simultaneous articulation at the soft palate and the lips. Other definition of labiovelar is a labiovelar speech sound, such as some pronunciations of the consonant spelt q in English.
The translations of labiovelar from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «labiovelar» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «LABIOVELAR» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LABIOVELAR»
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Indo-European Language and Culture: An Introduction
This leaves the third and sixth sets above, both of which distinguish themselves
by having a labial element of some kind in several of the branches: labial stops (
p b) in Greek and Welsh, and a labiovelar sound in Latin and English (qu, wh) ...
Benjamin W. Fortson, IV, 2011
An Introduction to English Phonetics
6.3 A doubly articulated sound: the labiovelar approximant [w] The labiovelar
approximant [w] is closely related to the cardinal vowel [u]. Just as many
phoneticians and phonologists treat [j] as the consonantal equivalent of [i], so
they also treat ...
Richard Ogden, 2009
Current Approaches to African Linguistics
It is of interest to note that Ebira is spoken at the confluence of the Niger and
Benue, completely surrounded by languages with labiovelar stops, so that this
change cannot be attributed to language contact. A third instance from Koelle is
Indo-European and the Indo-Europeans: A Reconstruction and ...
In Greek, where the labiovelar order still existed in the Mycenean period (
Lejeune 1958:285-317), it was eliminated by shifting the labiovelars to labial b,
ph, p or (in positions of palatalization) dental d, th, t. In Celtic an analogous
tendency led ...
Thomas V. Gamkrelidze, Vjaceslav V. Ivanov, 1995
The Foundations of Latin
In general, Oscan- Umbrian preserves the labial element of the labiovelar, while
Latin typically maintains both the labial and the velar (see Sihler 1995: 164-165).
When words are found in Latin with a pure labial element in an environment ...
Philip Baldi, 2002
Fontica y fonologa espaolas
Esta consonante, llamada consonante labiovelar, tiene una articulación en la
cual participan simultáneamente dos órganos (Figura 7.21). Por esta razón, la
wau tiene un nombre bipartito —labiovelar— que se refiere a dos puntos de ...
Armin Schwegler, Juergen Kempff, Ana Ameal-Guerra, 2009
The Contrastive Hierarchy in Phonology
(47) Bumo Izon labial and alveolar plosives and implosives (Efere 2001) Plosives
Implosives Labials bubu 'rub (powder in face)' 566m 'yesterday' Alveolars dédf) '
cold' Mixed bI'dé 'cloth' dose 'swamp' The velar plosive /g/ and the labiovelar ...
B. Elan Dresher, 2009
Sievers' Law and the History of Semivowel Syllabicity in ...
Analogy in Labiovelar—final Roots It is clear that a number of*—ye/o- verbs with
root-final labiovelars went on to develop secondary present stems in -1110), e.g.
v11110) (Men., NT) beside the inherited vil0) 'wash' < *nigW—ye/o- (cf. OIr. -nig ...
P. J. Barber, Peter Jeffrey Barber, 2013
The Roots of Old Chinese
Table 14: developments of some words with labial and labiovelar initials from the
You and Jue / Dong categories Logical consequences of this treatment were
pointed out by Behr (1996): if it is true that some words with labial and labiovelar
Laurent Sagart, 1999
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LABIOVELAR»
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The Last of the Vostyachs
In the pages that follow we find the occasional reference to this ''fricative lateral with the labiovelar appendix'', but this is no dry-as-dust ... «Sydney Morning Herald, May 13»
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