ach-laut

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Etymology[edit]

From German ach-Laut, from ach (which has this sound) + Laut (sound).

Noun[edit]

ach-laut (plural ach-lauts)

  1. The guttural phoneme /x/ (the voiceless velar fricative) of the German language, the sound of the letters ch in German coming immediately after a, o and u (central and back vowels), also found in other languages.

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