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I assume for the purposes of the question that the Original Poster's J in "djuke" has a similar sound to the J in "jump". 1. What would a linguist call this phoneme? The phoneme is a voiced postalveolar affricate, /dʒ/. 2. What is the difference in articulation between it and a "regular" /d/? This sound has an onset similar to a /d/ but retracted to ...



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