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hom·or·gan·ic

 (hōm′ôr-găn′ĭk)
adj.
Articulated in the same area of the vocal tract, as (t) and (n).

homorganic

(ˌhəʊmɔːˈɡænɪk; ˌhɒm-)
adj
(Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics (of a consonant) articulated at the same point in the vocal tract as a consonant in a different class. Thus (ŋ) is the homorganic nasal of k
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in their study of the Swedish language: "With more anterior place of articulation a higher percentage of individuals with prevoicing were found (/b/68%, /d/58% and /g/50.
18 She is of the view that sometimes in CC (consonant + consonant) metathesis; place of articulation plays a major role.
We hypothesize that phonetic features concerning the place of articulation and voiced obstruents might play a key role in children's perceptual performance.
The hypothesis tested in this study is guided by the fact that fricative sounds produced with pharyngeal place of articulation (such as pharyngeal or laryngeal fricatives) can significantly raise nasalance scores in relation to productions deemed as hypernasal, without CA and also in relation to the typical productions (without CA and hypernasality).
This echoes understandings of postmodernist texts theorized by Ihab Hassan that undermine the possibility of truth in writing, and also implies that the place of the novel and its place of articulation are meaningless--the topoi of Japan in the novel are then placeholders, interchangeable with any other.
Long distance between the place of articulation of stops and the vocal folds yields smaller VOT and short distance between them yields bigger VOT (Stevens Keyser and Kawasaki 1986).
place of articulation, voicing and aspiration and these contrasts yield sixteen different stops which are given in the table below:
According to our results, a difference in burst duration in the medial position concerns the velar place of articulation only.
5 and 6 variation in manner of articulation and place of articulation 5th variation in manner of articulation, 6th variation in place of articulation are to be regarded as morphological categories for which phonologic and morphologic functions are inseparably bound to one another.
As previously reported by Scobbie (1998), the Voice Over Time cue (VOT) (1) may be, at the same time, considered a primary cue in the establishment of voicing contrast among stop consonants and also a secondary cue in the establishment of the place of articulation among stop consonants.
Such assimilations are termed homorganic, or involving the same place of articulation (bilabial, alveolar, and velar, respectively, in the examples).
By analyzing VOTs in stop consonants, linguists have concluded that for most languages, VOT values get longer as the place of articulation moves backward (Lisker and Abramson, 1964; Cho and Ladefoged, 1999).