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Alveolar ejective fricative

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Alveolar ejective fricative
IPA number 132 401
Entity (decimal) sTemplate:Zwspʼ
Unicode (hex) U+0073 U+02BC
Kirshenbaum s`
[[File:Template:IPA audio filename| center| 150px]]

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The alveolar ejective fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages. The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents this sound is ⟨⟩.


Features of the alveolar ejective fricative:



Language Word IPA Meaning Notes
Hausa Template:Example needed Allophone of /tsʼ/ in some dialects
Lakota Template:Example needed
Tlingit aaw [sʼaːw] 'Dungeness crab'
Upper Necaxa Totonac [ˈsʼa̰ta̰] 'small'

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