Alveolar lateral ejective affricate

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Template:Refimprove Template:Infobox IPA The alveolar lateral ejective affricate is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages. The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents this sound is Template:Angbr IPA (or Template:Angbr IPA), and in Americanist phonetic notation it is Template:Angbr (lambda bar).

Features

Features of the alveolar lateral ejective affricate:

Template:Affricate Template:Alveolar Template:Voiceless short Template:Oral Template:Lateral Template:Ejective

Occurrence

Language Word IPA Meaning Notes
Avar кьалаб Template:Audio-IPA 'hostile'
Haida sttluujagadang Template:IPA 'Sapsucker'
Iraqw[1] hatlʼáʼ Template:IPA 'other'
Kabardian Baslaney лӏы Template:Audio-IPA 'man' Corresponds to Template:IPA in other dialects.
Lillooet st'át'imcets Template:IPA 'Lilooet language'
Navajo tłʼóoʼdi Template:Audio-IPA '(at) the outside'
Sahaptin ƛ’ɨƛ’k Template:IPA 'mud'
Tlingit tlʼeex Template:Audio-IPA 'garbage'
Lushootseed sq̓aƛ̕ Template:Audio-IPA 'otter'
Tsez кьиш Template:Audio-IPA 'splinter'

Proto-Semitic *ṣ́ is believed to have been an alveolar lateral ejective affricate.

See also

References

  1. Mous, Maarten. 1993. A grammar of Iraqw. Hamburg: Buske.

External links

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