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Alveolar lateral ejective affricate

Alveolar lateral ejective affricate
t͡ɬʼ
t͜ɬʼ
IPA number 103 (148) 401
Also ƛ’
Encoding
Entity (decimal) t​͡​ɬ​ʼ
Unicode (hex) U+0074 U+0361 U+026C U+02BC

The alveolar lateral ejective affricate is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages. The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents this sound is t͡ɬʼ (or tɬʼ), and in Americanist phonetic notation it is ƛ’ (lambda bar).

Features

Features of the alveolar lateral ejective affricate:


Occurrence

Language Word IPA Meaning Notes
Avar кьалаб  [t͡ɬʼalab]   'hostile'
Haida sttluujagadang [st͡ɬʼuːt͡ʃakataŋ] 'Sapsucker'
Kabardian Baslaney лӏы  [t͡ɬʼə]   'man' Corresponds to [ɬʼ] in other dialects.
Lillooet st'át'imcets [ˈst͡ɬʼæt͡ɬʼemxət͡ʃ] 'Lilooet language'
Navajo tłʼóoʼdi  [t͡ɬʼóːʔtɪ̀]   '(at) the outside'
Sahaptin ƛ’ɨƛ’k [mɨˈt͡ɬʼɨt͡ɬʼk] 'mud'
Tlingit tlʼeex  [t͡ɬʼix]   'garbage'
Tsez кьиш  [t͡ɬʼɪʃ]   'splinter'

Proto-Semitic *ṣ́ is believed to have been an alveolar lateral ejective affricate.

See also

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