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zbisna
lujvo x1 is a nasal (phonetic) sound Subset of consonants (zunsna) and sonorants (ra'isna)
cimsna
lujvo s1 is a liquid consonant with place of articulation x2 and phonation x3. cf. zunsna, ra'isna, arsna, elsna
denrixtolku'o
lujvo x1=t1 is an alveolar ridge of body x2. Used in phonological jargon. In fast speech and/or informal writing, could possibly be shorted to tolku'o and inferred from context. cf. zunsna
denrixtolku'oti'e
lujvo x1=tr1 is postalveolar/behind the alveolar ridge of body x2 Used in phonological jargon. In fast speech and/or informal writing, could possibly be shortened to tolku'oti'e and inferred from context. cf. zunsna
fantysna
lujvo x1 is an obstruent (phonetic) sound Contains all consonants (zunsna) that are not sonorants (ra'isna). Includes fricatives (mosysna) and plosives (ga'osna)
saksna
lujvo san1 is an implosive consonant with place of articulation x2 and phonation x3. cf. zunsna. Conventionally, when used with descriptives, comes after the descriptives, e.g. "voksli denrixtolku'o saksna" means "voiced alveolar implosive"
voksna
lujvo x1 is a vocal sound (vowel, consonant...) See also voksnaske, karsna, zunsna, sance, voksa.
ga'orce'omosysna
lujvo s1 is an affricate consonant with place of articulation g1=m2=m3 and phonation x3. cf. zunsna. Since this is a long lujvo, this word may possibly be reduced to ce'osna in fast speech and/or informal writing.
ra'isna
lujvo x1 is a sonorant (phonetic) sound Essentially, any sound you can hold a note/syllable with. Includes *all* vowels (karsna), and *some* consonants (zunsna), specifically, semivowels/approximants (jbikarsna), nasals (zbisna), and liquids (cimsna); The opposite of sonorant is obstruent (fantysna)