consonantal

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Antonyms for consonantal

being or marked by or containing or functioning as a consonant

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The same degemination mechanism can be evoked with verbs like gifta [cifta] 'marry': a sequence of two aspirated dental plosives is simplified, which creates the impression that consonantally the verbal base with and without the preterite suffix sounds the same.
Three Neo-Punic examples of BTM come from consonantally written inscriptions.
In fact, the scarcity of traces of other resonants has been explained in relation to consonantal strength of resonantal phonemes; the consonantally stronger phones (according to the scale of consonantal strength--resonants other than semivowels) are most likely to occupy marginal position within the syllable and as such can more readily undergo desyllabification (R>R) of their syllabic segment.