What is the definition of a phoneme
m and d in mine and yours are phonemesWDG
Why is it so difficult for the computer? Because he doesn't understand language at all, the way people understand it. He only hears them, rather: He notices some cunningly filtered out frequencies, tries to identify the smallest meaning-distinguishing speech sounds in these phonemes, and to assign the recognized phoneme sequences to the words in his lexicon. [Die Zeit, 03/19/1998]
So, with the Khoisan languages, we may be looking back into an ancient linguistic past. The special "archaic" feature of these languages is the use of clicks or clicks as normal phonemes, but only at the beginning of the word.
The second name differs from the first by a phoneme, which means that the criterion of the minimum pair is fulfilled. [Kieler Nachrichten, 21.09.2018]
For each phoneme there are, however, a number of different allophones, tonal variants that depend on the surroundings of the phoneme. [Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 04/07/1993]
In this sense, K. Bühler [...] speaks of »diacritical relevance«, i. H. For every word sound, a number of onomatopoeia is important for the distinction and understanding of the words. Bühler calls these sounds »phonemes« - »the natural marks by which the semantically decisive units of this sound stream are recognized and kept apart in the sound stream of the speech« […]. [Gehlen, Arnold: Der Mensch. Berlin: Junker and Dünnhaupt 1940, p. 170]
more general, common language, spread
Synonym for speech sound, loud (1)
Dyslalia [headline] The term can be paraphrased as phonetic disorder and describes the incorrect formation of a phoneme, i.e. incorrect pronunciation. [Rhein-Zeitung, 14.11.2014]
There are several types of Roth texts on this evening: the Dadaist linguistic wolf through which everything is turned, the stirring around in letters, phonemes, meanings. [Badische Zeitung, 23.09.2020]
The syllable is the summary of one or more successive sounds (phonemes) that can be pronounced in one go. [Berliner Morgenpost, 08/18/2020]
A haplology is the merging of two identical or similar syllables (also phonemes, i.e. sounds) into a single one. [Hamburger Abendblatt, 11.06.2019]
As a sound source, she uses her own voice, only sings phonemes, vowels and the sounds in between. [Der Tagesspiegel, 06.12.2018]
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