Difference between revisions of "Vowel"
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In [[phonetics]] [[phonology]], a '''vowel''' is a [[speech sound]] in whose articulation the oral part of the [[breath channel]] is not constricted enough to cause audible .
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A relational adjective from vowel that is occasionally used is vocalic.
The word goes back to French voyelle, from Latin (littera) vocalis 'voice letter' (from vox 'voice').
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