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Definition of the noun alalia
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noun - plural: -
- paralysis of the vocal cords resulting in an inability to speak
Alternative definition of the noun alalia
- [medicine] The loss of the ability to speak, especially due to paralysis of the vocal cords
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by Frank Augustus Bryant, Bryant School for Stammering, New York
Alalia is a condition of impaired articulation due to a ...
The Calle de Alalia is a fine street, leading to the Puebta DHL Sol, which is a large, much frequented area, where eight of the principal streets meet. It has recently been ornamented with a handsome fountain, and at night, when lighted up and ...
A Text-book of Pathology (1894)
Systematic & Practical by David James Hamilton
Alalia is an old term not now used, and which had very much the same ...
Fighting Infections Saving Lives by Kadiyali M Srivatsa
Alalia is the term for a delay in the development of speaking abilities in children. Childhood deafness is a major cause. Anarthria is a severe form of dysarthria which occurs due to problems with the coordination of movements of the mouth, ...
Medical Record (1913)
by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman
Alalia is a condition of impaired articulation due to a partial or complete paralysis of the muscles of speech. Common Forms of Lalopathy.—Stamiiiering, stuttering, apthongia, spasmodic hesitation. and "nervous speech” belong to the domain ...
by A.J. Larner
Cross References Acalculia; Aphasia; Riddoch's phenomenon; Zeitraffer phenomenon Alalia Alalia is now an obsolete term, once used to describe a disorder of the material transformation of ideas into sounds. Lordat used it to describe the ...
by Robert Jean Campbell
ainu alalia. concentrated series of separations from and reunions with the caregiver. ainu A culture-specific syndrome described in Japanese women, consisting of easily provoked startle responses, automatic responses to commands, and ...
Chamber's Encyclopaedia (1875)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People
BLUE BIRD, BLUE WARBLER, BLUE REDBREAST, or BLUE ROBIN (Sylvia alalia, or, according to the most recent ornithological systems, Eryihaea or Sialia alalia; see Sylviai>,e), an American bird, which, from the confidence and familiarity it ...
A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Exposition of the English Language, to which are Prefixed, Principles of English Pronunciation, Rules to be Observed by the Natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London ... (1850)
CSbalb, For- nicalia, Lnpercnlia, Acidalia, \randalia, Podnlia, Megnlia, Robigalia, Fngalia, Œchalin, Westphalia, jCthalia, Alalia, Vnlcanalia, Pnganalia, Bac- ohanalia, Terminalia, Fontinalia. Verliimnalia, Portumnalin, Agonalin. Ange runalia ...
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Video shows what alalia means. The loss of the ability to speak, especially due to paralysis of the vocal cords. Alalia Meaning. How to pronounce, definition ...
Scrabble value of A1L1A1L1I1A1
The value of this 6-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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