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Query Details

Query Subject:   Phonetics/ Ejectives vs. Laryngealization
Author:   Johannes Reese
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Phonetics

Query:   Hi,

I have got a question on phonetics, about the difference between
laryngealized/creaky/stiff voice consonants (especially the latter) an
ejective stops. Can the ejective stops be regarded as a subset of
laryngealized/creaky/stiff voice consonants? If not, why not?


Johannes Reese
LL Issue: 10.1720
Date posted: 11-Nov-1999


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