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Encyclopedia > Linguolabial consonant
Places of articulation
Labial consonant
Bilabial consonant
Labiodental consonant
Linguolabial consonant
Coronal consonant
Interdental consonant
Dental consonant
Retroflex consonant
Alveolar consonant
Postalveolar consonant
Alveolo-palatal consonant
Dorsal consonant
Palatal consonant
Labial-palatal consonant 
Velar consonant
Labial-velar consonant
Uvular consonant
Pharyngeal consonant
Epiglottal consonant
Glottal consonant
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Linguolabials are consonants articulated by putting the tongue tip or tongue blade against the upper lip. They represent one extreme of an articulatory continuum which extends from linguolabial place to retracted apical alveolar or even sublaminal retroflex places of articulation. Cross-linguistically, consonants produced at the linguolabial place of articulation are very rare, even though they do not represent a particularly exotic combination of articulatory configurations, unlike click consonants or ejectives. Linguolabial consonants are found in some Oceanic languages.


The linguolabial consonants identified by the International Phonetic Alphabet are:

IPA Description Example
Language Orthography IPA Meaning
image:IPA-voiceless_linguolabial_plosive.png voiceless linguolabial plosive
image:IPA-voiced linguolabial plosive.png voiced linguolabial plosive
image:IPA-linguolabial nasal.png linguolabial nasal
image:IPA-linguolabial trill.png linguolabial trill
image:IPA-voiceless linguolabial fricative.png voiceless linguolabial fricative
image:IPA-voiced linguolabial fricative.png voiced linguolabial fricative

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Linguolabial consonant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (179 words)
Linguolabials are consonants articulated by placing the tongue tip or blade against the upper lip, which is drawn downward to meet the tongue.
Cross-linguistically, linguolabial consonants are very rare, though they do not represent a particularly exotic combination of articulatory configurations, unlike click consonants or ejectives.
The linguolabial consonants are transcribed in the International Phonetic Alphabet by adding the "seagull" diacritic to the corresponding alveolar consonant.
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