Voiced uvular fricative (Inverted small capital R)


Articulator: the back of the tongue

Point of Articulation: uvula

Manner of Articulation: Fricative: The articulator makes a narrow constriction against the point of articulation, so when the airflow goes through the oral passage, audible frication noise is created.

Voice: voiced – Vocal folds are close and vibrating.

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(Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voiced_uvular_fricative#Occurrence)