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Ancient Pressure Articulation
Review and Criticism of the Study of the Vowels by Others
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accented syllables Achmimic affricate analogy appear Arabic Aramaic aspirated stops audible become biconsonantal roots bilabial Bohairic and Sahidic Bohairic form Burch Canaanitish sound Chap CHAPTER confused consonantal Coptic Coptic sounds Copts dental Egyptian g/k Egyptian signs Egyptian sounds Egyptian writing egyptology emphatic evidence Example Fayyumic forward shift function as sonants glottal stop glottis Grammatik half-voiced stops Hebrew later Lower Egypt Meinh murmurvowel non-vowels occur old Canaanitish Old Egyptian old palatal old Semitic open syllables original orthography palatal vowel palatalized velar phonetic phonology pressure articulation pronounced pronunciation represent Egyptian represents Canaanitish Sahidic form second palatalization Semitic languages Sethe shut syllables spelling suppose tongue transliterations triconsonantal triconsonantal roots unaccented syllables unaspirated form unvoicing and deaspiration Upper Egypt Upper Egyptian uvular values voiced dental fricative voiced velar fricative voiceless dental fricative voiceless glottal fricative voiceless stops voiceless uvular fricative voiceless velar vowel supports words