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accent affricate Allen allophone alphabet ancient Greek Apollonius Dyscolus apply approximately Aristides Quintilianus Armenian articulation aspirated plosives assimilation Boeotian Byzantine classical Attic close mid Comp confusion contrast dental derives dialects digraph Dion Dionysius of Halicarnassus Dionysius Thrax diphthongs distinction double consonants e.g. English element elision English speakers eotiv evidence example fact feature forms French fricative fricative pronunciation front vowel further geminate glide grammarians grammatical Grassmann's Law groups heavy syllable Henninian Hephaestion Herodian high tone Indian indicate involve Ionic languages later Latin light syllables long vowel metrical mid vowel modern Greek monophthongal nasal normal nunciation occur original palate phonetic position probably pronounced pronunciation of Greek quantity referred rendered represented Sanskrit seems semivowel short vowel sound speech spelling stress suggested syllable containing symbols tcov term Tfjs tion tonal unaspirated unstressed velar voiced vowel-length words writing