L (tiny L ) is a Digramme which appears in several languages, in particular the Spanish and the Albanian. The Spanish L does not have any more its own entry in the Alphabetical classification, contrary to Albanian (And this since the recasting of the alphabetical classification in 1994, to see Alphabetical classification in Spanish ).
In Castilian, Catalan and Former French, L represents a palatal in API (in French, the palatal one was reduced to as of XIIIe century in the popular language, with XVIIIe in the normalized Langue). In certain areas, the Spanish L is pronounced, more rarely. In manuscript writing, L is written like a Ligature of two L , with a different form for the Majuscule and the tiny one. To note that there exists as a Catalan a /l/ geminated, that L then is written·L , with a Not median, to distinguish it from /l/ palatal. Lastly, /l/ palatal geminated is written Tl (for memory, simple /l/ geminated can also be written Tl ).
In Albanian, the digraph L represents a /l/ velarized, whereas simple a L represents simple. The digraph with the value of a full letter in the alphabetical classification, arranged after L simple.
In Welsh, L is a side Consonne Fricative not voiced (having its own place in the alphabetical classification) noted.
- Alphabetical classification in Spanish
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