Velar and palatal stops in the Indo-European languages


Velar and palatal stops in the Indo-European languages

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Velar and palatal stops in the Indo-European languages
Greek Latin Gothic Sanskrit Slavic
k k h sh s
g g k j z
kh h/g/f g h z
p/t/k qu wh k k
b/d/g v/gu q g g
ph/th/kh f/v/gu w gh g
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