Did you perchance mean globalized?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of glottalize.
“Of course also violates the "rule" that you can't have two glottalized consonants in one root.”
“In Abkhaz a language spoken in the Caucasus, there is a complex uvular stop series of qʲʼ, qʼ and qʷʼ without any non-glottalized counterparts!”
“So it seems highly unlikely that aspiration occurred even as a free variant among the glottalized stops.”
“Tropylium: "You suggested geminate glottalized creaky.”
“Now a glottalized aspirated stop does not make much sense, and may even be impossible from an articulatory point of view.”
“In other dialects namely Balto-Slavic, there seems to have been no contrast maximization between the glottalized and plain-voiced stops.”
“Suddenly I realized I was hearing glottalized consonants, and my whole frame of reference shifted: surely it couldn't be...”
“Chief of these is the presence of a glottalized series of stopped consonants of very distinctive formation and of quite unusual acoustic effect.”
“So I finally got around to watching the news video, and when I did, I realized that people weren't complaining about a glottalized-T-and-syllabic-N pronunciation; they were complaining about something that really was strange.”
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