Another idea can be projected that whenever linearity is violated in sibilants
metathesis in Balochi, in a cluster of stop - fricative, stop occupies onset position that is a favorable position for a stop (10a and b).
The articulation disorders in producing hissing sibilant
sounds in Arabic: Descriptive-analytical study.
Turner concludes from these observations (1927: 22f.) that at the time of the Ashoka inscriptions the clusters with sibilants
had already been changed except in Girnar (south-west) and Shahbazgarhi (north-west).
Translating [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] as `unrein' (impure), he suggested a connection with the Aeolic dialect of Pindar's birthplace, Boeotia, which tended to have dental consonants where other dialects had sibilants
.(13) The idea lacks conviction, as Pindar commonly uses a standard literary Doric devoid of dialectal variants.(14) A more likely candidate for the unusual pronunciation of s might be Arion of Methymna, to whose alleged invention of the [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] at the Dorian-speaking court of Periander of Corinth (c.
A variety of vocalizations are used, from sibilants
, such as "S's" and "Tz's," to the enunciation of NE-COM-PE, which is an acronym for "New England Conservatory of Music Percussion Ensemble," for whom the piece was written.
'Nobody who dislikth or maltreatth animalth can be a good thort,' stated the admiral, lisping on his sibilants
in his passion.
Livonian and Saltna Leivu share their characteristic shift of sibilants
from palatalized alveolar to prepalatal [s] and [z].
Exercises that might help develop this control include sustained vocalizing on lip or tongue trills, raspberries, and voiced fricatives or sibilants
(/v/ or /z/).
Perhaps diction could have been clearer, but this may be due to the sibilants
of Neil Jenkins' otherwise gratifyingly intelligent English translation.
ear, attuned to its sibilants
, assures him he is unsafe.
Thus, it would be much more descriptively adequate to discuss the matter in terms of phonological conditioning, i.e., the plural is [-[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]z] after sibilants
, rather than add <-es> after sibilants
And then the whispering, the hissing and spitting of sibilants
into my ear and down my neck.