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Definition of the noun assibilation
What does assibilation mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: assibilations
- the development of a consonant phoneme into a sibilant
- pronunciation with a sibilant (hissing or whistling) sound
Alternative definition of the noun assibilation
- [linguistics] A sound change resulting in a sibilant consonant, commonly the final phase of palatalization.
Assibilation: In linguistics, assibilation is a sound change resulting in a sibilant consonant. It is a form of spirantization, as well as commonly the final phase of palatalization.
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Transactions and Proceedings (1877)
by American Philological Association
Assibilated forms fall into two classes : First, those in which the result of the assibilation is a simple sound, sh or zli, the two holding to each other the relation of surd and sonant. The former lies between and replaces (1) sy; e. g. sure ...
by American Philological Association
Assibilated forms fall into two classes : First, those in which the result of the assibilation is a simple sound, sh or zli, the two holding to each other the relation of surd and sonant. The former lies between anil replaces (1) sy; e. g. sure ...
Generalizing vs. Particularizing Methodologies in Historical Linguistic Analysis by Don Chapman, Colette Moore, Miranda Wilcox
Assibilation is a term widely ...
Workbook: Problems (2013)
by John Algeo, Carmen Butcher
Assibilation is a process of mutual assimilation whereby an alveolar [t], [d], [s], or [ z] combines with a following palatal [y] to produce a single alveolopalatal consonant. Assibilation did not occur in all dialects of English or in all positions within a ...
by Anders Ahlqvist
Assibilation is the proper term which correctly indicates the process in the change of the stops to the affricates. Dialectal Borrowing Korean scholars assumed that assibilation in Sino-Korean was an internal development in Sino-Korean and ...
Selected papers from the 28th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL XXVIII), University Park, 1619 April 1998 by Jean-Marc Authier, Barbara E. Bullock, Lisa A. Reed
Introduction Assibilation is the process whereby an alveolar flap [r] or trill [r] is realized phonetically as a strident fricative [t]. This occurs in many Spanish American dialects but is acoustically more marked in the Andean highlands. Descriptive ...
by Rajni Sehgal
Assibilation The change of a stop consonant to a sibilant through assimilation, as/ t/to/s/ in admit/admission. assimilation 1 . The process of incorporating new ideas to make them a part of one's present knowledge, as the assimilation of current ...
Dictionary of Linguistics (1954)
by Mario Pei, Frank Gaynor
ASSIBILATION 20 Lo-Io-Mo-so group and Bodo Naga-Kachin group are preferable to North Assamese and Middle and South Assamese, respectively. assibilation: In phonetical terminology, the process of assimilation (q.v.) by which a ...
by R.L. Trask
assibilation /əsıbı'leıʃn̩/ n. The phonological process in which another segment is ...
by P.H. Matthews
assibilation Change into a *sibilant. Thus ofa sound change in Old English by which e.g. *fetjan >fe[tʃ]an 'to fetch'.
A Dictionary of Skiri Pawnee (2008)
by Douglas Richard Parks, Lula Nora Pratt
Assibilation of raar-. This rule applies to the final consonant of raar- 'plural; iterative' when followed by a stem-initial t. The r + t sequence results in a contraction to c, as follows: STEM r + t -* с / raar- + t . . .] Example: tiracakasis 'they are close ...
by Robert Lawrence Trask
assibilation Any phonological change in which another segment is ...
The Encyclopedia Britannica (1890)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature
Assibilation of ii and ci, ...
by Hadumod Bussmann
References '> phonetics Assamese => Indo-Aryan assertion => allegation, statement assibilation 1 Formation of an epenthetic (=>epenthesis) sibilant through palatalization between a ...
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Scrabble value of A1S1S1I1B3I1L1A1T1I1O1N1
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