labiodental


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Synonyms for labiodental

a consonant whose articulation involves the lips and teeth

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(1) Loss of interdental papilla or inadequate marginal and attached gingiva leads to the formation of black triangles in anterior teeth that often creates esthetic and functional clinical problems due to altered labiodental or labioalveolar consonant sound production.
the place of speech sound articulation (bilabial, labiodental, dental, alveloar, palatal, mediopalatal, and velar), 2.
place of articulation (for consonants): bilabial, labiodental, dental, postdental, alveolar, palatal, velar
The "f" in Welsh is pronounced similar to the "v" sound in modern English, (known in phonetics as a labiodental sound), something which is represented in the Anglicisation of the original.
Description IPA Mexbet Voiceless bilabial stop p p Voiceless dental stop t t Voiceless velar stop k k Voiced bilabial stop b b Voiced dental stop d d Voiced velar stop [??] g Voiceless palatal affricate tf tS Voiceless labiodental fricative f f Voiceless alveolar sibilant s s Voiceless velar fricative x x Voiced palatal fricative 3 Z Bilabial nasal m m Palatal nasal n n Alveolar nasal n n Alveolar lateral l l Alveolar trill r r Alveolar flap f r( Close front unrounded vowel i i Close-mid front unrounded vowel e e Open front unrounded vowel a a Close-mid back rounded vowel o o Close back rounded vowel u u TABLE 6: Emotion-specific vowels in the emotional stimuli.
In Salaca Livonian, the labiodental spirant v was vocalized in the wordfinal position after the late apocope, e.g.