Voiceless Retroflex Lateral Fricative
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Voiceless Retroflex Lateral Fricative
Voiceless retroflex lateral fricative
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The voiceless retroflex lateral fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages. The IPA has no symbol for this sound. However, the "belt" of the voiceless lateral fricative is combined with the tail of the retroflex consonants to create the symbol ⟨?⟩:

<l with belt>, <? with belt>

In 2008, the Unicode Technical Committee accepted the letter as LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH RETROFLEX HOOK AND BELT (HTML &#42894;), included in Unicode 6.0.


Features of the voiceless retroflex lateral fricative:


Language IPA Meaning Notes
Toda[1] [p?:?] 'summer'

See also


  1. ^ "Toda". The UCLA Phonetics Lab Archive. UCLA Department of Linguistics. 2007. Archived from the original on 2012-02-17. Retrieved . --See #20 in the word list and the word list (TIF). The sound file (WAV) is also available.

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