(also pharyngal /fəˈrɪŋgl/)
- 1Relating to the pharynx.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The hypoglossal and glossopharyngeal nerves innervate pharyngeal dilator muscles.
- The levator veli palatini muscle, which elevates the soft palate, is innervated by a pharyngeal branch of the vagus nerve.
- Its fibers pass dorsally from an extensive anterior attachment to insert on the pharyngeal raphe, the pharyngeal tubercle of the occipital bone.
- 1.1 Phonetics (Of a speech sound) produced by articulating the root of the tongue with the pharynx, a feature of certain consonants in Arabic, for example.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Modern phoneticians would more precisely categorize such consonants into velar, uvular, pharyngeal, and glottal articulations.
- From the lips back to the larynx, the IPA names 11 places of articulation: bilabial labiodental dental alveolar postalveolar retroflex palatal velar uvular pharyngeal glottal
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- A pharyngeal consonant.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- It has a series of ejectives, voiced stops that are truly voiced even in word-initial position, phonemic glottal stop, and several fricatives absent from English, including a pair of pharyngeals.
- We also find that the pharyngeals involve an even longer articulatory sequence than glottalized consonants.
- Cuneiform was in many ways unsuited to Akkadian: among its flaws was its inability to represent important phonemes in Semitic, including a glottal stop, pharyngeals, and emphatic consonants.
early 19th century: from modern Latin pharyngeus (from Greek pharunx, pharung- 'throat') + -al.
Más definiciones de pharyngealDefinición de pharyngeal en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.