affricate


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  • noun

Synonyms for affricate

a composite speech sound consisting of a stop and a fricative articulated at the same point (as 'ch' in 'chair' and 'j' in 'joy')

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There are regularly four primary points of articulation: labial stops, coronal stops, alveopalatal affricates, and dorsal stops.
The description of affricate alternation can be illustrated by excerpts from the dictionary by Nirvi: NSG otsa 'end': GSG otsan : PSg otsa 'end' (IMS 367); NSG metsa 'forest': GSG metsan : GPL metsin 'forest' (IMS 307).
Based on data display appear both in the form of a schematic diagram, shows the same number of consonant phonemes that are 19 phonemes, but still have differences in phonemic, ie affricate [[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]] which appears in all ISP variants, but not in MP.
Cases of the affricate only occur in piaza 'piaccia' (I: 8) (IV: 9, 25) (VI: 47); piaze 'piaccia' (I: 16).
The unaspirated, voiceless, alveolar, affricate /ts/ contrasts with the aspirated, voiceless, velar, affricate /tsh/.
The additional examples in (22) illustrate that there is no correlation between aspiration and the quality of the following vowel, since any vowel can follow an initial stop or affricate.
The ME -ly was both an adjectival and adverbial suffix, which came into existence by means of the final affricate deletion in -lich(e) as early as c.
UEW states the irregularity could be explained by the influence of the following affricate *c, but this is an ad hoc explanation, as there appear to be no parallels for the assumed sound change.
It seems that the reflex of Indo-European resonant /y/ had a non-syllabic realisation after a heavy syllable which is evident in Germanic sequences o, d, p, t + y, reflected in early Proto-Finnic as palatalised geminate affricate (Fin.
107, under) have the fanqie which points to a palatized affricate with a low vowel and the -m coda in MC, tracing back to something like * tjam in OC.
I did not, however, exclude those cases of o-words whose only affricate was the sound [t] being part of the infinitival suffixes as in {-ec}, {-oc} or {-ic}.
SaaN bahti 'caldron' < PSaa *pate < Fi pata 'caldron' < PU *pata 'pot'; UEW 358), but this cannot be the case with SaaT caxped due to its initial affricate c-.
An alternative possibility is that the Arabic rendering does not reflect the shift * s > t at all; one may hypothesize that the Ethiopian glottalized affricate [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [ts'] was so different from the Arabic pharyngalized sibilant [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [s] that the emphatic dental stop could he perceived by an Arab as a more suitable rendering (cf.
forget ecg 'edge', hecg 'hedge' and facg 'fadge', because at least phonetically the final affricate can count as a cluster .
In the Brokskat list, palatalization is marked with [j]; the alveolar affricate is accordingly transcribed [dz], whereas in other Shina dialects it is transcribed /j/ (dzan'gal instead of jangal 'forest').