Voiced uvular stop
The uvular plosive voiced ( voiced, educated at the uvula plosive ) is in only a few languages occurring oral central consonant. Its IPA symbol is [ ɢ ].
It comes about in Yemeni- Arabic dialects (instead of the voiceless uvular plosive in standard Arabic), in Inuktitut, the Persian word-initial (orthographic realization: غ or ق ), in Somali (q ), Tsachurischen, Tabassaranischen, and in Oowekyala! XOo.
Vowels | consonants
Places of articulation: labial | bilabial | labiodental | dental | alveolar | postalveolar | retroflex | palatal | velar | uvular | Pharyngeal | glottal
Types of articulation: plosives | Nasal | vibrants | Flaps / Taps | fricatives | affricates | approximants | Lateral | Hits | implosives | ejectives