glottal catch definition

  • adjective:
    • an impact created upon the breath or voice by a sudden orifice or finishing associated with the glotts.
    • a result produced upon the air or vocals by a-sudden opening or closing associated with glotts.
    • an effect produced upon the breathing or vocals by a sudden orifice or finishing associated with glotts.
    • an impact produced upon the breathing or voice by a sudden opening or finishing of the glotts.
    • an impact created upon the breath or voice by a sudden opening or closing of the glotts.
    • an impact created upon the breathing or sound by an abrupt opening or finishing associated with the glotts.
    • an impact created upon the breath or vocals by a-sudden orifice or finishing associated with the glotts.
    • a result produced upon the breath or voice by a rapid orifice or closing associated with glotts.
    • a result produced upon the breathing or sound by an abrupt orifice or closing of glotts.
    • a result created upon the breath or sound by a rapid opening or closing for the glotts.
    • an impact created upon the breath or voice by a rapid orifice or finishing of this glotts.
  • noun:
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing stress at glottis; as with the sudden onset of a vowel
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing force at glottis; like in the unexpected start of a vowel
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing stress on glottis; as in the abrupt onset of a vowel
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing force within glottis; as in the unexpected onset of a vowel
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing pressure during the glottis; such as the unexpected start of a vowel
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing force on glottis; such as the abrupt start of a vowel
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing pressure during the glottis; such as the sudden start of a vowel
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing stress within glottis; as with the sudden onset of a vowel
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing force at the glottis; as in the unexpected start of a vowel
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing pressure at glottis; such as the sudden start of a vowel
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing pressure at glottis; as with the sudden start of a vowel

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