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A consonant is a speech sound that is produced by obstructing the flow of air through the oral cavity in some way. Segmental speech sounds that are not consonants are vowels or semi-vowels.


(By point of articulation:)

(By mode of articulation:)

See also

Other languages

French consonne
German Konsonant
Portuguese consoante
Czech souhláska