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Definition of the noun affrication
What does affrication mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: affrications
- the conversion of a simple stop consonant into an affricate
Alternative definition of the noun affrication
- [phonetics, uncountable, of a consonant] becoming an affricate sound
- [countable] a particular instance of such change
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Frontiers of Phonology (2014)
Atoms, Structures and Derivations by Jacques Durand, Francis Katamba
The putative change in manner of articulation is unproblematic for a declarative analysis, because affrication is a predictable property of palatal closure. We can thus break palataling down into two sub-relations: (informally) [velar] -—> [palatal ] ...
by Gerard O'Grady
Affrication is a noted feature of Liverpool speech, where some speakers often realize the following stop phonemes: /p/, /t/, /d/ and /k/ as [pF], [ts], [dz] and [kx]. Phonologically, affricates realize one phoneme. Sounds that may be pronounced ...
Principles of Phonetics (1994)
by John Laver
Affrication is a co- ordinatory relationship solely of articulatory controL while aspiration is a co-ordinatory relationship involving hoth the articulatory and the phona- tory systems. The confusion is nevertheless not entirely without hasis.
Linguistics Encyclopedia (2003)
by Kirsten Malmkjaer
affrication [t]>[ ts] labialization [t]>[tw] prenasalization [t]>[nt] glottalization [t]>[t'] velarization ...
by Robert Lawrence Trask
afFrication The development of another segment into an affricate, as when earlier /p/, /t/ and /k/ developed into /pf/, /ts/ and /kx/ in certain circumstances in High German: compare German Pflaume with English plum, and German zehn /tse:n/ ...
by R.L. Trask
affrication /æfrı'keıʃn̩/ n. 1. The fricative release of a stop; the property of an affricate which distinguishes it from a plosive. 2. A phonological process in which a plosive acquires a fricative release, as in the ...
by Kirsten Malmkjaer
affrication [t] → [ts] labialisation [t] → [tw] prenasalisation [t] → [nt] glottalisation [t] → [t'] ...
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
nt affricate BR 'afrikot, -s AM ' aefrokot, -S affrication BR afri'keisn AM afro'kels(e)n affricative BR o'frikotiv, -z AM ...
A Dictionary of Skiri Pawnee (2008)
by Douglas Richard Parks, Lula Nora Pratt
ut- Affrication Rule.
by Greg Brooks
For the parallel affrication of /tj/to /ʧ/ see section 3.7.2, and see also section 5.4.7. In the case of /ʧ/ there are very few spellings competing with <t> in initial and medial positions before /uː/, etc., and <t> is therefore the regular spelling.
Glossographia Anglicana Nova; Or, A Dictionary Interpreting Such Hard Words of Whatever Language, as are at Present Used in the English Tongue (1707)
With Their Etymologies, Definitions, Etc. ...
Dictionary of Early English (1955)
by Joseph T. Shipley
affrication. The Latin verb fricare, to rub, had two forms for the past: fricatum and frictum. From the second comes the common English word friction; from ad, to, ...
Glossographia Anglicana nova, or, A dictionary, interpreting such hard words of whatever language, as are at present used in the English tongue, with their etymologies, definitions, &c (1707)
also, the terms of divinity, law, physick, mathematicks, grammar, poetry, musick, heraldry, architecture, painting, war, and all other arts and sciences are herein explain'd, from the best modern authors, as, Sir Isaac Newton, Dr. Harris, Dr. Gregory, Mr. Lock, Mr. Evelyn, Mr. Dryden, Mr. Blunt, &c. Very useful to all those that desire to understand what they read
Affrication,(Lzt.) a rubbing against. Affusion. (Lat.) a pouring upon, a sprinkling Liquor upon a thing. Aft, See Abaft. After-Sails, in a ...
by David Crystal
affrication (n.) see AFFRICATE African-American English see VERNACULAR agent (n.) see AGENTIVE agentive (adj/n.) (AGT) A term used in GRAMMATICAL description to refer to a FORM or CONSTRUCTION whose typical FUNCTION in a ...
An English Dictionary (1717)
Explaining the Difficult Terms ... by Elisha Coles
Affrication, 1. rubbing. . Affront, f. wrong. Affrontednefi, impudence. Affulion, 1. pouring, fprink- ling. Afgodnefs, Sa. uvgodlinrfs. Africa, g. one of the four parts of the Id. Africk, African, belonging thereto. Aft, as abaft. Aga, Captain of the Turkifh ...
by Hadumod Bussmann
postnasalized, or affri- cated plosives (=> aspiration, affrication). including the glottal stop. Strong on-glide occurs in non-preaspirated. non-prenasalized plosives.
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Video shows what affrication means. Becoming an affricate sound.. A particular instance of such change.. Affrication Meaning. How to pronounce, definition ...
Scrabble value of A1F4F4R1I1C3A1T1I1O1N1
The value of this 11-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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