what is difference between fricative and strident
New Latin fricativus, from Classical Latin fricāre, present active infinitive of fricō (“I rub”).
- (UK, US) enPR: frĭk’ətĭv, IPA(key): /ˈfɹɪkətɪv/
fricative (plural fricatives)
- (phonetics) Any of several sounds produced by air flowing through a constriction in the oral cavity and typically producing a sibilant, hissing, or buzzing quality; a fricative consonant.
- Synonym: (archaic) spirant
- Hyponyms: strident, sibilant
- Coordinate terms: approximant, lateral, nasal, trill, plosive
- 1953, Samuel Beckett, Watt
- Watt listened for a time, for the voice was far from unmelodious. The fricatives in particular were pleasing.
- dental fricative
- groove fricative
- lateral fricative
- slit fricative
fricative (comparative more fricative, superlative most fricative)
- (phonetics) produced by air flowing through a restriction in the oral cavity.
- Fricative consonant on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- IPA(key): /fʁi.ka.tiv/
fricative f (plural fricatives)
- (phonetics) fricative
- feminine singular of fricatif
- “fricative” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
- feminine plural of fricativo
fricative f pl
- plural of fricativa
From French strident, from Latin strīdēns, present active participle of strīdō.
- (UK, US) IPA(key): /ˈstɹaɪ.dənt/, [ˈstɹaɪdˀnt]
strident (comparative more strident, superlative most strident)
- Loud; shrill, piercing, high-pitched; rough-sounding
- Grating or obnoxious
- (nonstandard) Vigorous; making strides
strident (plural stridents)
- (linguistics) One of a class of s-like fricatives produced by an airstream directed at the upper teeth.
- Hypernym: fricative
- strident in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913.
- Douglas Harper (2001–2021), “strident”, in Online Etymology Dictionary.
- IPA(key): /stʁi.dɑ̃/
strident (feminine singular stridente, masculine plural stridents, feminine plural stridentes)
- strident; producing a high-pitched or piercing sound
- “strident” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
- third-person plural future active indicative of strīdō
From French strident, from Latin stridens.
strident m or n (feminine singular stridentă, masculine plural stridenți, feminine and neuter plural stridente)