Sonant

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Sonant

• (a.) Uttered, as an element of speech, with tone or proper vocal sound, as distinguished from mere breath sound; intonated; voiced; tonic; the opposite of nonvocal, or surd; -- sid of the vowels, semivowels, liquids, and nasals, and particularly of the consonants b, d, g hard, v, etc., as compared with their cognates p, t, k, f, etc., which ...
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sonant

1. Of or pertaining to sound; sounding. ... 2. Uttered, as an element of speech, with tone or proper vocal sound, as distinguished from mere breath sound; intonated; voiced; tonic; the opposite of nonvocal, or surd; sid of the vowels, semivowels, liquids, and nasals, and particularly of the consonants b, d, g hard, v, etc, as compared with their co...
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sonant

voiced sound noun a speech sound accompanied by sound from the vocal cords
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Sonant

So'nant adjective [ Latin sonans , - antis , present participle of sonare to sound. See Sound a noise.] 1. Of or pertaining to sound; sounding. 2. (Phonetics) Uttered, as an element of speech, with tone or proper vocal sound, as distinguished from me...
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Sonant

In philology, the term sonant denotes the sound which carries the syllabic accent, as 'a' in 'apt'. A sonant, therefore is regarded as the opposite of a consonant, and sonants are vowels, liquids and nasals. There can only be one sonant in a syllable.
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sonant

[adj] - (linguistics) of speech sounds 2. [n] - a speech sound accompanied by sound from the vocal cords
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