B;C;D;F;G;H;J;K;L;M;N;P;Q;R;S;T;V;W;X;Z are the English consonants.
A consonant is a sound formed by stopping the air flowing through the mouth.
See Also: Vowel; Letter; Alphabet; Word; Syllable; Syllable Division; Phoneme; Allophone,Phonetics; Voiced Sound; Unvoiced Sound
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