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The name is said to derive from the Tsez word for "eagle", which is most likely a folk etymology. However, a final -u labializes the preceding consonant, if followed by a vowel. — “Tsez language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Martial artsWikipedia:WikiProject Martial artsTemplate:WikiProject Martial artsMartial arts articles Now, when spoken, as the "p" is a labial consonant, this labializes the "n" into an "m", and thus it is properly pronouced /kempo/, regardless of any spelling choices. — “Talk:American Kenpo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
"Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics" redirects here. For the Unicode block, see Unified This is motivated by the fact that the vowel o labializes the preceding consonant. — “Canadian Aboriginal syllabics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org