-nik: recnik 'speaker' < recec 'to speak' The suffixes -ar and -er are phonological variants, the latter of which is realized after a palatalized
consonant, and they are in complementary distribution.
in the plural, the sibilants found in the internal local case forms are palatalized
, except where another palatalized
sibilant precedes the inflexional ending;
(18) The two stanzas of the poem contained syllables that represented the initials and finals of the current language, in six and seven lines respectively, totaling ninety-one syllables and representing thirty-two initials (of which ten could have either a palatalized
or an unpalatalized pronunciation) and fifty-three non-stop finals.
The set Dig2 contains 28 phonemes selected using SAMPA_LT  requirements: stressed i, u, long i, palatalized
t, d, sh, s, n and velar n were added to phoneme set Digit2.
He had learned his lines, practiced his accent (plosive P's and B's, nasal M's and N's, palatalized
fricatives, tongue tap dancing on the roof of his mouth) and a ballet of hand gestures that, he was rehearsed, either signified a) haggling; b) how-should-I-know-do-I-look-like-a-Rothschild/Einstein/Marx; or c) there-could-be-a-moron-under-that-rock-too.
In (11) I give evidence for a four-way contrast among the fricatives between voiceless, voiced, ejective, and palatalized
DjVu format can also be considered as a superior alternative to PDF for digital documents, to TIFF for scanned bitonal documents, to JPEG and JPEG2000 for photographs and pictures, and to GIF for large palatalized
The IPA subscript plus sign diacritic indicates "advanced," or in this instance, palatalized
While in the conventional understanding a distinction is made in the Estonian sound system between nine vowels and eleven consonants (in addition to the four palatalized
consonants without a grapheme to indicate them, and the two foreign sounds f and s), the description of Stahl's language training began with seventeen consonants rather than vowels.
We found out that insertion, prosthesis, no palatalized
consonants, no noun ending central low short vowel ["a"] are the phonological processes that occur on Russian loanwords in Persian.