unvoice

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Related to unvoicing: invoicing

un·voice

 (ŭn-vois′)
tr.v. un·voiced, un·voic·ing, un·voic·es
To devoice.

unvoice

(ʌnˈvɔɪs)
vb (tr)
1. (Phonetics & Phonology) to pronounce without vibration of the vocal cords
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) another word for devoice

de•voice

(diˈvɔɪs)

v. -voiced, -voic•ing. v.t.
1. to pronounce (an ordinarily voiced speech sound) without or with reduced vibration of the vocal cords.
v.i.
2. to devoice a speech sound.
[1930–35]

unvoice


Past participle: unvoiced
Gerund: unvoicing

Imperative
unvoice
unvoice
Present
I unvoice
you unvoice
he/she/it unvoices
we unvoice
you unvoice
they unvoice
Preterite
I unvoiced
you unvoiced
he/she/it unvoiced
we unvoiced
you unvoiced
they unvoiced
Present Continuous
I am unvoicing
you are unvoicing
he/she/it is unvoicing
we are unvoicing
you are unvoicing
they are unvoicing
Present Perfect
I have unvoiced
you have unvoiced
he/she/it has unvoiced
we have unvoiced
you have unvoiced
they have unvoiced
Past Continuous
I was unvoicing
you were unvoicing
he/she/it was unvoicing
we were unvoicing
you were unvoicing
they were unvoicing
Past Perfect
I had unvoiced
you had unvoiced
he/she/it had unvoiced
we had unvoiced
you had unvoiced
they had unvoiced
Future
I will unvoice
you will unvoice
he/she/it will unvoice
we will unvoice
you will unvoice
they will unvoice
Future Perfect
I will have unvoiced
you will have unvoiced
he/she/it will have unvoiced
we will have unvoiced
you will have unvoiced
they will have unvoiced
Future Continuous
I will be unvoicing
you will be unvoicing
he/she/it will be unvoicing
we will be unvoicing
you will be unvoicing
they will be unvoicing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unvoicing
you have been unvoicing
he/she/it has been unvoicing
we have been unvoicing
you have been unvoicing
they have been unvoicing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unvoicing
you will have been unvoicing
he/she/it will have been unvoicing
we will have been unvoicing
you will have been unvoicing
they will have been unvoicing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unvoicing
you had been unvoicing
he/she/it had been unvoicing
we had been unvoicing
you had been unvoicing
they had been unvoicing
Conditional
I would unvoice
you would unvoice
he/she/it would unvoice
we would unvoice
you would unvoice
they would unvoice
Past Conditional
I would have unvoiced
you would have unvoiced
he/she/it would have unvoiced
we would have unvoiced
you would have unvoiced
they would have unvoiced
References in periodicals archive ?
The list will also provide the patterns of voicing (V) and unvoicing (v) to be found within each, as appropriate.
The chief problem is in explaining the unvoicing of d-.
Since Gwydion entering English as Gwdion would present an unfamiliar sound sequence, the forms *Gurion and (with unvoicing of g after an unvoiced fricative) Glascurion would thus naturally result by sound-substitution, the termination -urion having reached English from Latin and French in such words as centurion.