Final Devoicing

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Final devoicing is found in various natural and artificial languages around the world. It refers to the phenomenon by which the last consonant of a word is always devoiced, even if it would be voiced in any other position. Some examples of languages where this occurs are Dutch, Russian and Turkish.


Germanic Languages

Altaic Languages

Slavic Languages

Baltic Languages