What is meant by 'Fricative'?

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Fricative consonant. Manners of articulation: Obstruent Stop Affricate ... The lateral fricative occurs as the ll of Welsh, ...
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Positive: 69 %
Talk:Voiced pharyngeal fricative. ... differences and why the voiced pharyngeal fricative is not a ... I meant "ʕarabi" but copied what had been ...
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Positive: 66 %

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Lab 4: Spectrographic Analysis of Fricatives ... cavity and the higher the frequency of the main spectral peak for the fricative. ... What is meant by ...
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Positive: 69 %
Old English phonology is necessarily ... developed into the OE fricative /f ... later vowel changes and borrowings meant that the occurrence ...
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Positive: 64 %
What is a contoid? Definition : ... Fricative (sibilant, spirant) [B], [D], [T], [f], [v], [s], [z], [&u0278;], [h] Affricate [tS], [dZ] Lateral [l]
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Positive: 50 %
... that the digraph "th" for the typical dental fricative of Jèrriais has ... the social and economic upheaval of the War meant that use of English ...
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Positive: 27 %

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