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la·bi·o·den·tal

(lā'bē-ō-den'tăl),
Relating to the lips and the teeth; denoting certain letters the sound of which is formed by both lips and teeth.
[labio- + L. dens, tooth]

labiodental

[lā′bē·ōden′təl]
Etymology: L, labium, lip, dens, tooth
1 pertaining to the labial, or lip-facing, surfaces of the 12 anterior teeth.
2 pertaining to the sounds of speech that require a special coordination of teeth and lips, such as /f/ and /v/.

la·bi·o·den·tal

(lā'bē-ō-den'tăl)
Relating to the lips and the teeth; denoting certain letters the sound of which is formed by both lips and teeth.

labiodental

Adj. a sound articulated by contact between with the lip and teeth, as in the sound ‘f’.

la·bi·o·den·tal

(lā'bē-ō-den'tăl)
1. Relating to lips and teeth.
2. Letters the sound of which is formed by both lips and teeth.
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Sujeitos Vogais Ponto de articulacao Labiodental Alveolar /a/ 5892 a (1) 7130b (2) S1 /i/ 4935a 7529b /u/ 4360 5649 /a/ 3538a 7946b S2 /i/ 4200a 7779b /u/ 3848a 6914b /a/ 5985a 9051b S3 /i/ 6382a 8829b /u/ 6226a 7950a /a/ 4826a 8345a S4 /i/ 5798a 8277b /u/ 3972a 6880b /a/ 5032a 6305a S5 /i/ 6089a 7265a /u/ 3971 5410 Media geral 5003 7417 Sujeitos Vogais Ponto de Valor de p articulacao Palatoalveolar /a/ 5294a 0.
Respecto de las fricativas, la autora resume que para el fonema /f/, el alofono labiodental sordo es el mas comun, y que el alofono bilabial [[fi]] se nota mas en la generacion mayor e igualmente en personas de ambos sexos.
Iniciales Bilabiales b p m Labiodental f Dentales d t Alveolares n l Velares g k h Palatales j ch sy Retroflejas jr/j- chr/ch- shr/sh- r Sibilantes dz/dz- ts/ts- sz/s- Vocales, diptongos, triptongos mas nasal final Vocales Diptongos Triptongos mas nasal final a ai an o ei en e au ang er ou eng yi/-i ya/-ya yau/-yau wu/-u ye/-ye yan/-yan yu/-yu you/-you yin/-in wa/-wa wai/-wai yang/-yang wo/-wo ying/-ing wei/-wei wan/-wan ywe/-ywe wen/-wen wang/-wang weng/-ung ywan/-ywan yun/-yun yung/-yung
v) Labiodental, fricativa (como en ingles o frances) o aproximante (es decir, mucho mas suave que una fricativa, acercandose a una pronunciacion vocalica); se presenta en koreguaje y cofan
9); es decir, recomienda la diferenciacion entre el sonido oclusivo bilabial y el fricativo labiodental, supuestamente representados por las letras b y v, respectivamente, distincion desaparecida del espanol ya desde el siglo XVI (2).
the voicing of the labiodental spirant between voiced sounds".
Los alofonos resultantes traslucen la asimilacion con el lugar de articulacion de la consonante siguiente: [m] bilabial (ante labial, [p], [b] o[m]); [M] labiodental (ante [f]); [?
w/ no solo se esta desplazando hacia la fricativa bilabial, sino que ademas se esta convirtiendo en fricativa labiodental, /f/, un sonido mucho mas del espanol.
One can immediately spot the former by the interdental to labiodental change in words such as [theta]ala[theta]a, "three" > faldfa, and the shift of the uvular *[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] > [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] whereas older *[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] > [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
R): The use of labiodental [u] variants of /r/ in prevocalic position: 'red' [ued], 'brown' [buaun].
Liquid "l," alveolar sonorant, flowing into bilabial voiced stop "b," and forming eventually into labiodental voiceless spirant "f," the word sounds the rhythm by which the world ceaselessly hums.
The features were voicing (voiced/other), five manner of articulation features (nasal/other; stop consonant/other; fricative/other; liquid or semivowel/other; affricate/other) and six place of articulation features (bilabial/other; labiodental or dental/other; alveolar or post-alveolar/other; palaro-alveolar or palaral/other; velar/other; and glottal/other).