Difference between revisions of "Secondary articulation"

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If a [[sound]] is produced with two [[places of articulation]], the secondary articulation is the point of articulation with the lesser degree of stricture.  
 
If a [[sound]] is produced with two [[places of articulation]], the secondary articulation is the point of articulation with the lesser degree of stricture.  
  
 
Types of secondary articulation: [[labialisation]] (e.g. on /s/ in the Dutch word 'stroop'), [[velarisation]], [[nasalisation]], [[pharyngealisation]], [[palatalisation]], [[laryngealisation]], [[glottalisation]].
 
Types of secondary articulation: [[labialisation]] (e.g. on /s/ in the Dutch word 'stroop'), [[velarisation]], [[nasalisation]], [[pharyngealisation]], [[palatalisation]], [[laryngealisation]], [[glottalisation]].
  
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*[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Secondary+articulation&lemmacode=1284 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Secondary+articulation&lemmacode=1284 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
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[[Category:Phonetics]]
 
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Definition

If a sound is produced with two places of articulation, the secondary articulation is the point of articulation with the lesser degree of stricture.

Types of secondary articulation: labialisation (e.g. on /s/ in the Dutch word 'stroop'), velarisation, nasalisation, pharyngealisation, palatalisation, laryngealisation, glottalisation.

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