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coarticulation

Fr    articulation double, articulation simultanée, coarticulation

nS

Synonym(s): double articulation, secondary articulation

Related term(s): absorption, assimilation1, attraction, metaphony

Domain: Phonology

Source(s):

Akmajian etal. 1984: 153
AKMAJIAN, Adrian, DEMERS, Richard A., & HARNISH, Robert M. (1984) Linguistics: An Introduction to Language and Communication, 2nd Ed. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.


Crystal 2003: 78
CRYSTAL, David. (2003) A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics, 5th Ed Oxford: Blackwell.


Finch 2000: 43
FINCH, Geoffrey. (2000) Linguistic Terms and Concepts. New York: St. Martin's Press.


Hamp 1963: 20
HAMP, Eric P. (1963) A Glossary of American Technical Linguistic Usage 1925-1950. Utrecht: Spectrum Publishers. 


Hartmann & Stork 1972: 39
HARTMANN, R.R.K. & STORK, F.C. (1972) Dictionary of Language and Linguistics. London: Applied Science Publishers.


MacKay 1989: 149
MACKAY, Ian. (1989) Phonetics and Speech Science. A Bilingual Dictionary. Dictionnaire Bilingue de la Phonétique et des Sciences de la Parole. New York/Bern: Peter Lang. (PH)


Matthews 1997: 58 (also "anticipatory coarticulation", "perseverative coarticulation"), 77 (= coproduction)
MATTHEWS, P.H. (1997) The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Trask 1996: 77
TRASK, R. L. (1996) A Dictionary of Phonetics and Phonology. London: Routledge.  (PH)


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