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Definition of the adjective laminal
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- See laminar.
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by Jean-Christophe Verstraete, Bruce Rigsby
The same applies to laminal stops word-initially, as shown in (8a), and as far as we can tell from reconstructed forms also intervocalically, as shown in (8b) (but synchronic distribution tells a different story, as argued in the next paragraph).
by R.L. Trask
laminal /'læmınəl/ 1. adj. Pertaining to the blade of the tongue. 2. adj. (of a segment) Articulated with the blade of the tongue forming the primary stricture. 3. n. A segment so articulated, such as English [t] and [n] for ...
by Jack C. Richards, Richard W. Schmidt
LAD n an abbreviation for language acquisition device laminal adj describes a speech sound (a consonant) which is produced by the front upper surface of the tongue (the blade or lamina) touching the upper teeth or the gum ridge behind the ...
by Hadumod Bussmann
laminal. [Lat. lamina. 'a. thin. sheet]. Speech sound classified according to its articulator (blade of the tongue = lamina). (=> also articulatory phonetics, phonetics) References • > phonetics lamino-alveolar -> articulation lamino-dental ...
The language is now frequently written in a practical orthography which distinguishes two laminal series of stops and nasals (th and nh for laminodentals [ ], and j and ny for laminopalatals  and [J], respectively), although earlier orthographies ...
by Anton Lustig
Initial /l/ is a voiced laminal dental lateral approximant [l].
by Larry Trask
laminal (A speech sound) produced withthe blade ofthe tongue and the alveolar ridge, such as[t]or[s) formost (not all) speakersofEnglish. Lana A chimpanzee trainedto communicate bypressing ...
by Philip D. Morehead
2, alveolar, dental, dorsal, labial, labiodental, laminal, mouillé, nasal, uvular, voiced, voiceless, palatal, pharyngeal, obstruent, laryngeal, retroflex, glottal, guttural, sibilant, sonant, implosive, ingressive, interdental, egressive, ejective, fricative, ...
by David Morris
laminal a description of sounds made with the blade or lamina of the tongue. These include the alveolar (see ARTICULATION) sounds [t , d, s, ...
by Sylvia Chalker, Edmund Weiner
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Video shows what laminal means. laminar. Produced with the blade of the tongue.. Laminal Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
Scrabble value of L1A1M3I1N1A1L1
The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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