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|Voiceless bilabial affricate|
A voiceless bilabial affricate ([p͡ɸ] in IPA) is a rare affricate consonant that is initiated as a bilabial stop [p] and released as a voiceless bilabial fricative [ɸ]. It has not been reported to occur phonemically in any language.
Features of the voiceless bilabial affricate:
|Dutch||Orsmaal-Gussenhoven dialect||up||[ʊp͡ɸ]||'up, onto'||Optional pre-pausal allophone of /p/.|
|English||Broad Cockney||up||[ˈɐʔp͡ɸ]||'up'||Allophone of /p/, occurs mainly word-finally. See English phonology|
|Received Pronunciation||Rare allophone of /p/. See English phonology|
|North Wales||[ˈəp͡ɸ]||Word-initial and word-final allophone of /p/; in free variation with a strongly aspirated stop [pʰ]. See English phonology|
|Scouse||[ˈʊp͡ɸ]||Possible syllable-initial and word-final allophone of /p/. See English phonology|
|German||Some speakers||tropfen||[ˈtʁ̥ɔp͡ɸn̩]||'to drop'||Allophone of /p͡f/. See Standard German phonology|
|Kaingang||fy||[ˈp͡ɸɤ]||'seed'||Possible word-initial allophone of /ɸ/.|
|Northern Tiwa||Taos dialect||[ˌp͡ɸìˑˈwɛ̈̄ːnǣ]||'daughter'||Allophone of /pʰ/, in free variation with [ph] and [ɸ]. See Taos phonology|