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In the 650's, round-d represented the assibilated or affricative phone ("deos" for Greek "theos") while straight-d represented the dental stop (deus).
Sometime around the end of the 7th century, the Anglo-Saxon symbol set was recodified and script differentiation introduced.
The straight-d was assigned to Latin and the round-d to Old English as the dental stops; 'Edh' was taken from Futhark to represent the affricative.
omega.cohums.ohio-state.edu /mailing_lists/LT-ANTIQ/Older/1997/ltantiq.970216.06   (400 words)

  
 [Lucipo] IPA, phonetics, linguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
And yes, as Carol shared with us, the wikipedia is an excellent reference for the IPA; they even have one relative to English (as in, containing english language examples).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Phonetic_Alphabet_for_English I was feeling lazy when I wrote my post on Carl's poem, but for all of you linguistics geeks out there, all the sounds I did enumerate were fricatives with the possible exception of one, the /ch/ sound, which is an affricative.
One year I petitioned the IPA to create a symbol for the raspberry sound, which is an essential element of human communication.
lists.ibiblio.org /pipermail/lucipo/2005-August/004232.html   (246 words)

  
 Zuni/English Comparison   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Then the Zuni language has l, ch', ts, k', and ky sounds that are unknown in English (the ' is a glottal stop).
The barred l (lateral affricative) found in many Zuni words sounds something like "thl".
This is produced with the tongue touching the alveolar ridge, and the air must escape freely around the sides of the tongue: release the l immediately and smoothly into the sounds, which follows with no voiced l in between.
www.zuni.k12.nm.us /zms/Faculty/8th_Grade/520proj/langcomp.html   (458 words)

  
 OEDILF :: View topic - CORRECTIONS TO APPROVED LIMERICKS - The author says:
"Affricative" changes the punchline somewhat, so that may go the same way.
Both of those are from the very first batch you approved to make me a WE.
A stray quote has ended up in "affricative" but I'll remove it once it's tent again.
bbs.oedilf.com /bbs/viewtopic.php?t=585   (1291 words)

  
 Excerpts from the Booklet on Daharran Grammar
Furthermore, any linguistic student should be aware of the distinction between liquidae, fricatives, plosives, retroflexes, trills and affricatives (1) as well as tone, voice
2) is the consonant pronounced as a liquid, as a retroflex liquid, as a plosive, as a fricative or as an affricative?
d d dz dz j dZ c c A basal plosive performed by the base of the lingua ch C /c/ but affricative f f v v m m with Daharrans, /m/ and /n/ are the binal versions of /f/ and /v/.
www.orionsarm.com /xenos/Daharran_grammar.html   (2390 words)

  
 A Glossary of Linguistic Terms
In its broadest sense, an affix can be a prefix, a suffix, or an infix.
affricative An affricative is a phone which can be thought of as a very rapid, blended sequence of a stop and a fricative.
In the IPA an affricative is represented by the corresponding stop symbol followed by the fricative symbol.
www.cs.bham.ac.uk /~pxc/nlpa/nlpgloss.html   (5188 words)

  
 Appendix: Changeless Speech
Due to the use of the 'TSH' glyph to represent the sound of 'C' before a front vowel in personal names of Latin origin, it is transliterated back to 'C' in such names in the Nikonorian manuscripts.
The unvoiced affricative compound is the only one of these worthy of note.
This is transliterated as 'KSH' in the initial position but as 'X'in all other positions.
members.aol.com /booksnikon/apndxcon.htm   (943 words)

  
 NOVES SL. AUTUMN 2003. PHONETIC VARIATION AND STANDARDISATION IN THE VALENCIAN COUNTRY (3)
In figure 20 it can be seen that where the interviewee claims high use of own language, this favours considerably the realisation of the devoiced affricative [
Realisations according to declared own use of Catalan, of the voiced palatal affricative: dijous (Thursday)
Such a pattern could lead one to interpret the two types of phonetic replacement as the result of interference from Spanish but in different contexts: devoicing [
www6.gencat.net /llengcat/noves/hm03tardor/a_segura3_5.htm   (1112 words)

  
 [Lucipo] IPA, phonetics, linguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Phonetic_Alphabet_for_English >> >> I was feeling lazy when I wrote my post on Carl's poem, but for all of >> you linguistics geeks out there, all the sounds I did enumerate were >> fricatives with the possible exception of one, the /ch/ sound, which is >> an affricative.
When I took my first course in linguistics I think the >> sound was considered a fricative.
But an affricative always contains a >> fricative element.
lists.ibiblio.org /pipermail/lucipo/2005-August/004237.html   (580 words)

  
 Study Sheet for Test # 1:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Be able to describe the manner and place of articulation of a few consonants and vowels.
  Know voicing and voiceless, stop, fricative, affricative, nasal, liquid, front, central, and back, low, mid, high.
What is a suprasegmental (stress) and provide an example?
www.tutorpal.com /Our_English/lectures/study_guide1[1].html   (373 words)

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