English syllables. 2014.
English syllables. 2014.
palatalization — (Amer.) pÃ¦lÉ™tÉ™lÉ™ zeÉªÊƒn / laÉª z n. (Phonetics) pronunciation of a palatal sound; pronunciation with the tongue against the roof of the mouth (also palatalisation) … English contemporary dictionary
Palatalization — Palatalized ◌ʲ IPA number 421 Encoding Entity (decimal) #690; … Wikipedia
palatalization — Статья 1. (смягчение | mouillement, mouillure | Moullierung, Erweichung | palatalization | palatalizzazione) Артикуляция звуков, называемых смягченными (mouillés), характеризующаяся легким трением (см. прим.) воздуха о неполное препятствие,… … Пятиязычный словарь лингвистических терминов
palatalization — noun Date: 1863 1. the quality or state of being palatalized 2. an act or instance of palatalizing an utterance < in rapid speech the t in got undergoes palatalization before you to yield ˈgächə > … New Collegiate Dictionary
palatalization — See palatalize. * * * ▪ phonetics in phonetics, the production of consonants with the blade, or front, of the tongue drawn up farther toward the roof of the mouth (hard palate) than in their normal pronunciation. Palatalized consonants in… … Universalium
palatalization — noun a) The state or quality of being palatalized, of pronouncing a sound with the tongue against the palate of the mouth that normally is not. The word nature is commonly pronounced with a palatalization of the letter t to sound like ch. b) An… … Wiktionary
palatalization — ˌpaləd.ələ̇ˈzāshən, lətəl , ˌlīˈz noun ( s) 1. : the quality or state of being palatalized 2. : an act or instance of palatalizing an utterance … Useful english dictionary
Slavic first palatalization — is a a Proto Slavic sound change, that manifested as regressive palatalization of inherited Balto Slavic velars and velar fricative.MotivationImportant tendency in Proto Slavic that also operated throughout the Common Slavic period, and was the… … Wikipedia
palatalize — palatalization, n. /pal euh tl uyz /, v., palatalized, palatalizing. Phonet. v.t. 1. to articulate (a consonant other than a normal palatal) as a palatal or with relatively more contact between the blade of the tongue and the hard palate, as in… … Universalium
Proto-Slavic — is the proto language from which Slavic languages later emerged. It was spoken before the seventh century AD. As with most other proto languages, no attested writings have been found; the language has been reconstructed by applying the… … Wikipedia