lamino-alveolar

[ lam-uh-noh-al-vee-uh-ler ]
/ ˌlæm ə noʊ ælˈvi ə lər /

adjective Phonetics.

articulated with the blade of the tongue approaching the alveolar ridge.

noun

a lamino-alveolar sound, as the Cockney pronunciation of t in tea.

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