bilabial


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bi·la·bi·al

 (bī-lā′bē-əl)
adj.
1. Pronounced or articulated with both lips, as the consonants b, p, m, and w.
2. Relating to both lips.
n.
A bilabial sound or consonant.

bi·la′bi·al·ly adv.

bilabial

(baɪˈleɪbɪəl)
adj
(Phonetics & Phonology) of, relating to, or denoting a speech sound articulated using both lips: (p) is a bilabial stop, (w) a bilabial semivowel.
n
(Phonetics & Phonology) a bilabial speech sound

bi•la•bi•al

(baɪˈleɪ bi əl)

adj.
1. (of a speech sound) produced with the lips close together or touching, as the sounds (p), (b), (m), and (w).
n.
2. a bilabial speech sound.
[1860–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bilabial - a consonant that is articulated using both lips; /p/ or /b/ or /w/
labial, labial consonant - a consonant whose articulation involves movement of the lips
Adj.1.bilabial - of or relating to or being a speech sound that is articulated using both lipsbilabial - of or relating to or being a speech sound that is articulated using both lips; "bilabial fricatives"
Translations
bilabial
bilabijaldvousnenik

bilabial

[baɪˈleɪbɪəl]
A. ADJbilabial
B. Nbilabial f

bi·la·bi·al

a. bilabial.
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Observe the bilabial point of articulation to monitor the degree of tension in a voice.
The picture was enriched with attention cueing when the speech organs had one of following features: (1) different shapes of lips when producing bilabials, bilabial fricatives, labiodental-fricatives, or stops; (2) nasalization; (3) voiced sounds; and (4) the tongue in dental, alveolar, postalveolar, palatal, velar, or uvular positions.
No changes linguodental, bilabial, labiodental and palatal phonemes due to absence of prosthesis.
La oclusiva bilabial sorda /p/, representada por el grafema {p}, y la oclusiva bilabial sonora /b/, simbolizada con el grafema {b}, tienen en la fonologia del inga un estatuto propio e independiente.
W is a voiced, bilabial semivowel, democratically enlisting our
Para el parametro de murmullo nasal se observa que los valores promedio de la frecuencia del primer y segundo formantes, se manifiestan en orden descendente: mayores para la nasal alveolar [n], seguida de la bilabial [m] y, finalmente, de la palatal [p].
Un posible reflejo de ello en chayahuita es la aspirada en coda como en keh-ken 'pesado' y keh-ke (5) 'trae', o bien la velar oclusiva en pak-akasu 'para ir', o la bilabial oclusiva en kap-akasu 'para comer'.
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The speech problems are mainly associated with bilabial and labiodental phonemes.
El fonema fricativo labiodental sordo /f/ presenta los alofonos: fricativo labiodental sordo [f], fricativo bilabial sordo [[?
a) Alveolar trill /r/ substitution errors are found for this phoneme, which is changed to plosive bilabial sound /b/ or by voiced velar plosive /g/ when the phoneme appears in initial position both in the first and the second syllable.
El muisca, en posicion de ataque de la primera silaba, tiene una consonante fricativa bilabial sonora /B/ , seguida de una vocal central abierta /a/y una oclusiva bilabial sorda /p/, mientras que en el uwa las diferencias radican en que la primera consonante es Nasa be.