unaspirated


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unaspirated

(ʌnˈæspəreɪtɪd)
adj
(Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics not aspirated or pronounced with an initial h
Translations

unaspirated

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He also points out that the codas [n] and [rj] often have incomplete closure (Wang 1993), that [x] is sometimes [h], and that voiceless unaspirated initials are often voiced in weak syllables.
This does not, however, answer the final and particularly awkward question of why akhu- has an aspirated -kh- whereas the velar in nakula- is unaspirated. I see three possible approaches.
Parker's first syllable is unaspirated, however, and although this may be a typographical error, the informant says Jews were not a well-known presence in the Peking of her day.
There are quite a number of mistakes in Dharmaraksa's translation that appear to be due to confusions between aspirated and unaspirated voiced consonants in both initial and intervocalic position.
Read "VHD > VD, when followed by a consonant (D = any voiced unaspirated stop)."
(Aspirated consonants become unaspirated sometimes.) lakh, for lak one lakh (p.
In an unaspirated, breathy voice, the higher overtones contain a smaller amount of energy compared to a non-breathy sound, thus yielding a lower spectral emphasis, an indication of a steep spectral slope.
In other words, in languages such as Italian the contrast is "between a series of prevoiced stops and a series of plain voiceless unaspirated stops." (2) In languages such as English, the contrast is "between a series of plain voiceless unaspirated stops and a series of voiceless aspirated stops." (3)
For example, chong [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'bug' /[ts'un.sup.2]/ and tian [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'farm-field' /[t'i[epsilon]n.sup.2]/ are aspirated, but ru tone da [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'arrive' /ta?/, which shifted to yangping in beiyin, is unaspirated /[ta.sup.2]/.
The positional variation influence on VOT values in English generates the aspirated realizations [[p.sup.h][t.sup.h][k.sup.h]] word-initially and the unaspirated productions [ptk] in other contexts (Lisker & Abramson, 1964).
As [C.sub.1] in a consonant cluster, this phonemes is also realized as an unaspirated [p].