The data below shows the existence of the consonant sounds and Table 6 illustrates the comparison of the sonant plosive
consonants between the MP and the ISP.
The consonant inventory (in Table 15, exemplified in Table 16) is similar to that of most languages in the immediate region, with its dental/retroflex contrasts for plosives
and retroflex/palatal contrasts for fricatives.
Many Scots words have been made less plosive
when we say sounds with a burst of air - with a v sound.
sounds of the girl's lame and BEing are diffused into dull anonymity and absence.
Glottalized and plosive
consonants: ch', k', p', q' and t' are pronounced by holding the breath (closing the glottis), then releasing it and pronouncing the letter with a sudden unsticking of the tongue or lips
This poem is a rhetorical tour de force with its anaphora of quid curem and the plosive
effect of the frequently alliterated "c.
He was an adroit public speaker who garnered attention through minor eccentricities such as the plosive
"b" with which he pronounced "billions.
It is commonly applied to a syllable that ends in a plosive
As regards the forms concept (conceit), receipt (receite), showing the insertion of the respective voiceless plosive
[p], they can only be due to the imitation of Lat.
The band blares over the overdubbing of the plosive
hubbub of the throng.
For other words it is obvious that the aspiration was present in the OIA form, although originally associated with another segment, such as (item 12 above) gostha (Turner 1966: 4336), but has since been transferred from the voiceless plosive
at the onset of the second syllable to the initial syllable in NP and SP.
The term Tai designates particular Thai peoples whose dialects have undergone the change of PT plosive
[*d] to [t], as in "Tai Deng (society)," "Tai Mu'o'ng (dialect)," "the Tai Ahom (sovereigns).