Voiceless bilabial stop

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p
Pulmonic Consonant
IPA p
X-SAMPA p
Kirshenbaum p
Place of Articulation: Bilabial
Manner of Articulation: Stop
Phonological features: [+consonantal]
[+LABIAL]

The voiceless bilabial stop is an extremely common sound, occuring in almost every natlang. Notable exceptions include standard Arabic.

Bilabial stops in natlangs

English

Plain (s)p spin /spɪn/ [spɪn]
Aspirated p pin /pɪn/ [pʰɪn]
Unreleased p cap /kæp/ [kʰæp̚]

Ancient Greek

Plain π (p) πούς (pous) /púːs/
Aspirated φ (ph) φωνή (phōnē) /pʰɔːnɛ́ː/

Spanish

Plain p perro /perro/ [pero]

Bilabial stops in conlangs

Atlantic

Plain Kirumb-small-letter-pee.png (p) pədre [pə̀dɾə]

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