ⓘ Coronal stop

                                     

ⓘ Coronal stop

A coronal stop is a stop consonant articulated with the front part of the tongue. Depending on the precise place of articulation, several types can be distinguished:

  • Alveolar stops, articulated with the tongue touching the alveolar ridge behind the upper teeth.
  • Dental stops, articulated with the tongue touching the upper teeth.
  • Postalveolar stops, articulated with the tongue touching the back of the alveolar ridge.
                                     
  • Coronal consonants are consonants articulated with the flexible front part of the tongue. Among places of articulation, only the coronal consonants can
  • velar and coronal stops than to say they lack one or the other. See Common occlusives for the distribution of both stops and nasals. Voiced stops are pronounced
  • Coronal velar consonants are doubly articulated at the velum and upper teeth and or the alveolar ridge. An example of a coronal velar consonant is one
  • more common harmony processes is coronal harmony, which affects coronal fricatives, such as s and sh. Then, all coronal fricatives belong to the anterior
  • A third possibility, coronal dorsal, is found marginally in a few languages. Isoko, spoken in Nigeria, has laminal dental stops plosives and nasals
  • say that Hawaiian and colloquial Samoan do not distinguish velar and coronal stops than to say they lack one or the other. Ladefoged, Peter Maddieson
  • consonants ᵱ ᵬ ᵮ ᵯ and coronal consonants ᵵ ᵭ ᵴ ᵶ ᵰ ᵲ ᵳ ɫ The Unicode characters ˤ U 02E4 modifier letter small reversed glottal stop and ˁ U 02C1
  • mouth: labials lip and velars soft palate That is, they are the non - coronal consonants palatal, dental, alveolar, and postalveolar In Australian
  • with the tongue apex tongue tip only. The distinction applies only to coronal consonants, which use the front of the tongue. Although most languages
  • consonants is U 033A COMBINING INVERTED BRIDGE BELOW HTML  826 Coronal consonant Laminal consonant List of phonetic topics Voiceless apicoalveolar
  • with pre - palatal consonants, are intermediate in articulation between the coronal and dorsal consonants, or which have simultaneous alveolar and palatal