Alveolo-palatal consonant

  • Labial
  • Bilabial
  • Labiodental
  • Dental
  • Alveolar
  • Alveolopalatal
  • Postalveolar
  • Retroflex
  • Palatal
  • Labiovelar
  • Velar
  • Uvular
  • Pharyngeal
  • Glottal

In phonetics, a palatalized Alveolopalatal is a Postalveolar which is articulated with the tongue blade behind the alveolar ridge, the dorsum of the tongue is raised towards the hard palate to the top. Alveolopalatale are Palatoalveolaren and retro flexes similar but are laminal rather than apical or subapical like the retro flexes and palatalized than the Palatoalveolaren. Alveolopalatale sibilants come in Chinese languages ​​, such as the northern Chinese dialects, Hakka, and Wu, as well as in Abkhazia, Polish, Russian, Japanese, Korean and Serbian. In the International Phonetic Alphabet symbols are provided only for alveolopalatale fricatives; this can be adjusted symbols for alveolar plosives, affricates to represent alveolopalatale.

  • Articulation
  • Consonant