Final Consonants

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Rhyme in Various Languages - French
... common to have "identical rhymes", in which not only the vowels of the final syllables of the lines rhyme, but their onset consonants ("consonnes d'appui") as well ... rhyme "pas" with "bras" a sufficient rhyme (with the vowel and the silent consonant in common), and "tante" with "attente" a rich rhyme (with the vowel, the onset consonant, and the coda consonant ... rhyme only differs from English rhyme in its different treatment of onset consonants ...
Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics - History - Origins
... whereas Pitman provided the glyphs for the final consonants, as well as the idea of rotation and line weight to modify the syllables ... In the original Evans script, there were ten syllabic forms eight for the consonants p, t, c, k, m, n, s, y a ninth for vowel-initial syllables or vowels following one of the ... There were four incidental consonants, r, l, w, h, which did not have syllabic forms ...
History Of The Romanian Language - Internal History - Vulgar Latin Period - Final Consonants
... As in Italian, all final consonants were lost ... Also similar to Italian, final -s produced a new final -i, as in Lat ...
Sercquiais - Phonology
... Final consonants of masculine nouns in the singular are in free variation with null in all positions except in liaison ... Final consonants are usually pronounced at ends of phrases ... Final consonants are always lost in plural forms of masculine nouns ...

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