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pal·a·tal·ize

 (păl′ə-tə-līz′)
tr.v. pal·a·tal·ized, pal·a·tal·iz·ing, pal·a·tal·iz·es
To pronounce as or alter to a palatal sound.

pal′a·tal·i·za′tion (-tə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Adj.1.palatalized - produced with the front of the tongue near or touching the hard palate (as `y') or with the blade of the tongue near the hard palate (as `ch' in `chin' or `j' in `gin')
soft - (of speech sounds); produced with the back of the tongue raised toward the hard palate; characterized by a hissing or hushing sound (as `s' and `sh')
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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.
b/); (3) distinction between palatalized consonants x non-palatalized consonants; (4) distinction between sonorants (nasal vs.
The velar initials /k, k' h/ may or may not have been palatalized as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Li Ruzhen's system, a situation we indicate with the superscript+arrow: 'k>'.
While Pallas's book spells the item with a final soft sign, suggesting a palatalized sibilant, CepreeB (2002 : 35, 183) cites the word as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], with a final hard sign pointing to a non-palatalized s, from one of Pallas's source manuscripts that represents a dialect transitional between the Krasnoufimsk and Kungursk varieties of Eastern Mari.
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 images.
1) -al was the ending in the nominative singular, and -ail (with palatalized -l) in the accusative and dative singular of feminine a-stem nouns to which verbal nouns ending in -al belonged.
The IPA subscript plus sign diacritic indicates "advanced," or in this instance, palatalized.
Palatalized realizations before /i/ in the Northeast are generally considered as prestigious variants, unlike realizations after palatal glide, identified as stereotypes, as can be seen in comments from speakers, like "O pessoal do interior e de poca cultura fala no petcho, o sertanejo costuma falar petcho", [Countryside people with little culture says in the petcho (meaning udders), countrymen say petcho], record of a male speaker, college student [.
diphthongs, affricates, palatalized and non-palatalized consonants, accented and non-accented vowels were modeled as distinct phonetic units.
39) A phonological process described by Krejnovic (1958:146-149) takes effect here conditioning the occurrence of the palatalized plosive as a result of the interaction between the liquid of the passive suffix and the approximant of the person ending.
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.