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ve·lar·ize

 (vē′lə-rīz′)
tr.v. ve·lar·ized, ve·lar·iz·ing, ve·lar·iz·es
To articulate (a sound) by retracting the back of the tongue toward the soft palate.

ve′lar·i·za′tion (-lər-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
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velarize

(ˈviːləˌraɪz) or

velarise

vb
(Phonetics & Phonology) (tr) phonetics to pronounce or supplement the pronunciation of (a speech sound) with articulation at the soft palate, as in dark (l) in English tall
ˌvelariˈzation, ˌvelariˈsation n
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ve•lar•ize

(ˈvi ləˌraɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to articulate (a sound) with the back of the tongue raised toward the soft palate, as in the dark l-sound of full.
[1930–35]
ve`lar•i•za′tion, n.
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velarize


Past participle: velarized
Gerund: velarizing

Imperative
velarize
velarize
Present
I velarize
you velarize
he/she/it velarizes
we velarize
you velarize
they velarize
Preterite
I velarized
you velarized
he/she/it velarized
we velarized
you velarized
they velarized
Present Continuous
I am velarizing
you are velarizing
he/she/it is velarizing
we are velarizing
you are velarizing
they are velarizing
Present Perfect
I have velarized
you have velarized
he/she/it has velarized
we have velarized
you have velarized
they have velarized
Past Continuous
I was velarizing
you were velarizing
he/she/it was velarizing
we were velarizing
you were velarizing
they were velarizing
Past Perfect
I had velarized
you had velarized
he/she/it had velarized
we had velarized
you had velarized
they had velarized
Future
I will velarize
you will velarize
he/she/it will velarize
we will velarize
you will velarize
they will velarize
Future Perfect
I will have velarized
you will have velarized
he/she/it will have velarized
we will have velarized
you will have velarized
they will have velarized
Future Continuous
I will be velarizing
you will be velarizing
he/she/it will be velarizing
we will be velarizing
you will be velarizing
they will be velarizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been velarizing
you have been velarizing
he/she/it has been velarizing
we have been velarizing
you have been velarizing
they have been velarizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been velarizing
you will have been velarizing
he/she/it will have been velarizing
we will have been velarizing
you will have been velarizing
they will have been velarizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been velarizing
you had been velarizing
he/she/it had been velarizing
we had been velarizing
you had been velarizing
they had been velarizing
Conditional
I would velarize
you would velarize
he/she/it would velarize
we would velarize
you would velarize
they would velarize
Past Conditional
I would have velarized
you would have velarized
he/she/it would have velarized
we would have velarized
you would have velarized
they would have velarized
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations
velarisieren
vélariser
References in periodicals archive ?
"Velarization has not been easily maintained in peripheral dialects." Indeed, in some peripheral dialects, such as that of Uzbekistan, emphasis (or, velarization) has been lost.
The transcription used by Bettini is morphophonemic, which implies preserving morphological transparency (e.g., tharrbun instead of [tharbu:n]; ar(i) d aruh) and omission of phonemically irrelevant or marginal features (e.g., secondary velarization).
Posti actually speaks about velarization of g and epenthesis of u; it is reflected also in his and L.
Secondary articulation is usually defined as the imposition of a vowel-like articulation on a consonant, including labialization, palatalization, velarization, etc.
Some words do not show the typical velarization of other manuscripts; so instead of mykel, whilk, swilk or kirk, we find palatalization of forms, e.g., much/mich, whoche, suche or church.
86) that a feature of the language of the text is that it has no instances of the velarization of [1] before consonant, a point that Lafont's account omits.
97-98 suggests that spreading of velarization and retroflex realization of/r/as [r] are in competition in (at least some) Khabur NA dialects, e.g., tura [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ~ tura [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] for underlying/tura/'mountain'.
"Various Phl language informants have been heard to articulate the velarization of the first-syllable o where that syllable is overlong: Saare [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] 'haycock' (but Gen [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]), [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] 'cottager' [ ] Acoustically [sup.u]o reminds of the pronunciation of the Russian stressed o in the words more [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.].