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Glottal consonant

In phonetics, a glottal consonant is one that is pronounced with the glottal folds, the structure which is farthest back in the vocal cavity. In English, /h/ is a glottal sound, as is the glottal stop in the Cockney pronunciation of the word "bottle".



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