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Voiced linguolabial plosive
d?
b?
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The voiced linguolabial plosive or stop is a type of consonantal sound used in some spoken languages. The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents it is ⟨d?⟩ or ⟨b?⟩.

Features

Features:

Occurrence

Linguolabial tap
Language Word IPA Meaning Notes
Bijago Kajoko dialect[1] [nd:?] 'stone'

The linguolabial in Bijago is commonly realized as a tap [].

References

  1. ^ Olson, Kenneth S.; Reiman, D. William; Sabio, Fernando; da Silva, Filipe Alberto (2013). "The voiced linguolabial plosive in Kajoko". Journal of West African Languages. 42 (2): 68.

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