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Syllabification: dys·la·li·a
Pronunciation: /disˈlālēə

Definition of dyslalia in English:


Inability to articulate comprehensible speech, especially when associated with the use of private words or sounds.


mid 19th century: from dys- 'difficult' + Greek lalia 'speech'.

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