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- For a definition of the consonant mutation which is sometimes called 'aspiration' in Gaelic, see Lenition
Aspiration is a puff of air that accompanies the production of some consonant sounds. This puff can be felt by holding your hand (or a tissue) just in front of your lips as you produce the sound.