fortis definition

  • adjective:
    • Articulated with reasonably strong stress regarding the airstream underneath the glottis, like in English (p) and (t) compared to (b) and (d).
    • Articulated with reasonably strong force of airstream underneath the glottis, as with English (p) and (t) in contrast to (b) and (d).
    • Articulated with relatively strong force associated with airstream below the glottis, like in English (p) and (t) in contrast to (b) and (d).
    • strongly articulated (of a consonant), thus voiceless
    • strongly articulated (of a consonant), for this reason voiceless
    • highly articulated (of a consonant), therefore voiceless
    • Articulated with fairly powerful pressure of airstream below the glottis, as in English (p) and (t) weighed against (b) and (d).
    • highly articulated (of a consonant), ergo voiceless
    • Articulated with reasonably powerful force associated with airstream below the glottis, as in English (p) and (t) in contrast to (b) and (d).
    • Articulated with reasonably powerful pressure associated with airstream below the glottis, like in English (p) and (t) compared with (b) and (d).
    • strongly articulated (of a consonant), therefore voiceless
    • highly articulated (of a consonant), for this reason voiceless
    • Articulated with fairly powerful pressure associated with airstream underneath the glottis, as in English (p) and (t) in contrast to (b) and (d).
    • Articulated with reasonably powerful pressure of this airstream underneath the glottis, such as English (p) and (t) compared to (b) and (d).
    • Articulated with fairly powerful force associated with airstream below the glottis, as in English (p) and (t) in contrast to (b) and (d).
    • Articulated with fairly strong pressure regarding the airstream below the glottis, like in English (p) and (t) compared to (b) and (d).
    • Articulated with reasonably powerful force of this airstream below the glottis, such as English (p) and (t) in contrast to (b) and (d).
    • strongly articulated (of a consonant), therefore voiceless
    • strongly articulated (of a consonant), for this reason voiceless
    • strongly articulated (of a consonant), hence voiceless
    • Articulated with fairly powerful stress of airstream below the glottis, as with English (p) and (t) in contrast to (b) and (d).
    • strongly articulated (of a consonant), ergo voiceless
    • highly articulated (of a consonant), therefore voiceless
    • highly articulated (of a consonant), therefore voiceless
  • noun:
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.
    • A fortis consonant.

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