To joint; unite by means of a joint: as, two pieces loosely articulated collectively. See articulation, 2.
To utter articulately; produce following the method of human being message.
To utter in distinct syllables or words.
To formulate or set forth in articles; draft or condition under individual heads.
Synonyms and Pronounce, Enunciate, an such like. (see utter); speak.
to create an articulation (with); connect (with): as, the ulna articulates using humerus.
To utter articulate sounds; complete distinct syllables or terms: as, to articulate distinctly.
To get into negotiations; treat; arrived at or make terms.
Jointed; segmented; articulated: as, an articulate limb; an articulate animal.
especially, having the character of Articulata.
Jointed by syllabic division; split into distinct consecutive parts, like bones, by the alternation of opener and closer sounds, or even the input of consonantal utterances (often in addition of pause or hiatus) between vowel sounds: said of real human speech-utterance, as distinguished from other noises made by personal body organs, and from the sounds produced by the lower pets.
Hence Clear; distinct.
Formulated or expressed in articles, or perhaps in separate particulars.