Voiced

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A speech sound is called voiced if during its pronunciation the vocal folds are brought close together so that air flowing between them causes them to vibrate.

Example

In English [b] and [d] are [+voiced] as opposed to [p] and [t] which are [-voiced], i.e. voiceless.

Antonym

other languages

German stimmhaft

Links

Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics