Aspiration means breathing – so the addition of an Aspirated effector means the sound is made breathing in or out – i.e. using the lungs. No Aspirated effector present means the sound is made using air in the mouth or with the airway (epiglottis) closed. Such sounds are called injectives or ejectives.
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Place of Articulation
The following diagram shows where the Effector: Aspiration is made in the mouth.
The Effector: Aspiration is used in the following sounds: