aspirata

[ as-puh-rey-tuh ]
/ ˌæs pəˈreɪ tə /

noun, plural as·pi·ra·tae [as-puh-rey-tee]. /ˌæs pəˈreɪ ti/. Greek Grammar.

a voiceless stop accompanied by strong aspiration, as φ, θ, χ.

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Origin of aspirata

<Late Latin (littera) aspīrāta aspirated (letter); see aspirate
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