/ (ˈɪçˌlaʊt, ˈɪk-) /
(sometimes capital) phonetics the voiceless palatal fricative sound that is written as ch in German ich, often allophonic with the ach-lautSee also ach-laut
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Word Origin for ich-laut
from German, from ich I + Laut sound
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