Difference between revisions of "Segment (in phonology)"

From Glottopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
(Marked as {{ref}})
(Edited the format, removed the block {{cats}})
 
Line 1: Line 1:
{{stub}}{{cats}}
+
{{stub}}
 
+
==Definition==
 
In phonetics and phonology, a '''segment''' is a minimal sound element that can be isolated in the chain of speech, corresponding to a letter in alphabetic representation of speech.
 
In phonetics and phonology, a '''segment''' is a minimal sound element that can be isolated in the chain of speech, corresponding to a letter in alphabetic representation of speech.
  
===Polysemy===
+
==Polysemy==
 
Another meaning:
 
Another meaning:
 
*[[segment (in syntax)]]
 
*[[segment (in syntax)]]
  
===Other languages===
+
==Other languages==
German [[Segment (in der Phonologie)]]
+
*German [[Segment (in der Phonologie)]]
  
 
{{dc}}{{ref}}
 
{{dc}}{{ref}}
 
[[Category:Phonology]]
 
[[Category:Phonology]]

Latest revision as of 18:21, 5 October 2014

STUB


Definition

In phonetics and phonology, a segment is a minimal sound element that can be isolated in the chain of speech, corresponding to a letter in alphabetic representation of speech.

Polysemy

Another meaning:

Other languages

REF This article has no reference(s) or source(s).
Please remove this block only when the problem is solved.