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The development of the sound/j/ as a result of any sound-change or phonological process; sound-change caused by an adjacent/j/ or involving coalescence with/j/.
1920s; earliest use found in T'oung Pao. From yod + -ization, probably after French jodisation, yodisation (A. Meillet 1896, or earlier).
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