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sonant

adjective so·nant \ˈsō-nənt\

Definition of SONANT

1
:  voiced 2
2
:  syllabic 1a
sonant noun

Origin of SONANT

Latin sonant-, sonans, present participle of sonare to sound — more at sound
First Known Use: 1846

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