|kinds of articulation|
|Pulmonisch - egressive sounds|
|Ingressive of sounds|
|Klicks (snapping sound)|
with the term Vibrant (by English. Influence also Trill) one designates a be correctful konsonantischen swinging sound, which by a fast succession of short catch and catch solution phases between in the phonetics Artikulator (lower lip, tongue point or Gaumenzäpchen) and one forms for the articulation place in the Vokaltrakt. The movement of the Artikulatoren take place via a increased air flow, i.e., the Artikulatoren implements the movements only passively.
It comes in such a way to a flutter of the Artikulatoren and to air turbulences between articulation organ and articulation place. With the vibrating r sounds one speaks colloquially of a rolled R.
According to the participation of the Artikulators one speaks of:
- (bi) labialen Vibranten (lower lip flutters against the Oberlippe)
- apical Vibranten (tongue point flutters against the tooth dam or the palate)
- uvularen Vibranten (Zäpfchen flutters against the Hinterzunge)
|[ʙ]||be correctful bilabialer Vibrant|
|[r]|| be correctful apiko - alveolar Vibrant/|
be correctful alveolar Vibrant
|[ʀ]||be correctful uvularer Vibrant||franz. the rue|
German zäpfchen r is usually a be correctful uvularer Frikativ (fricative), which is formed by noises a producing tightness between Gaumenzäpchen and Hinterzunge. By “roles” of this Loud develops a uvularer Vibrant, which is common in some German dialects.