Talk:Glottal consonant

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Perhaps an article titled "glottal consonant" could address glottal consonants, and another titled "glottal fold" could address glottal folds. Why should an article titled simply "glottal" address glottal consonants when that appears to be a derivative, rather than primary, meaning of the word "glottal"? -- Mike Hardy

Very hard to understand. I only understood after reading glottis twice. mysterytrey (talk) 01:26, 27 September 2011 (UTC)

Phonemic [h] and [ɦ][edit]

How many languages oppose [h] and [ɦ] as phonemes, and not as allophones? --JorisvS 18:04, 13 June 2006 (UTC)