A speech noise generated by a partial or total obstruction associated with the atmosphere stream by some of numerous constrictions for the message body organs, particularly (p), (f), (r), (w), and (h).
A letter or character representing such a speech sound.
an audio that outcomes from the passage of air through limitations associated with the oral cavity; any noise that isn't the prominent noise of a syllable, the dominant noise typically becoming a vowel.
A letter representing the noise of a consonant.
An articulate sound that utterance is normally combined and sounded with an open sound called a vowel; a member of this talked alphabet besides a vowel; also, a letter or personality representing these types of an audio.
An alphabetic element other than a vowel; among closer, less resonant and continuable, of this noises making up a spoken alphabet; an articulate utterance which will be combined, to form a syllable, with another opener utterance labeled as a vowel.
a speech sound that's not a vowel
a letter of this alphabet standing for a spoken consonant