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glottal stop definition

  • noun:
    • A speech noise from a momentary total closure for the glottis, followed closely by an explosive launch.
    • A plosive sound articulated utilizing the glottis.
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing force at the glottis; as in the abrupt start of a vowel
    • A speech sound from a momentary total closure associated with the glottis, followed closely by an explosive release.
    • A plosive noise articulated with the glottis.
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing force within glottis; like in the abrupt onset of a vowel
    • A speech noise created by a momentary full closure of the glottis, followed closely by an explosive release.
    • A plosive noise articulated aided by the glottis.
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing stress within glottis; such as the unexpected start of a vowel
    • A speech sound from a momentary complete closure associated with the glottis, followed by an explosive launch.
    • A plosive noise articulated utilizing the glottis.
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing stress at the glottis; like in the unexpected start of a vowel
    • A speech noise generated by a momentary complete closing associated with the glottis, accompanied by an explosive launch.
    • A plosive noise articulated because of the glottis.
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing force in the glottis; as with the sudden onset of a vowel
    • A speech sound produced by a momentary complete closing associated with the glottis, accompanied by an explosive launch.
    • A plosive noise articulated using glottis.
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing force during the glottis; as in the abrupt onset of a vowel
    • A speech noise created by a momentary complete closing associated with the glottis, accompanied by an explosive launch.
    • A plosive noise articulated with all the glottis.
    • A speech noise created by a momentary total closing of this glottis, followed by an explosive launch.
    • A plosive sound articulated with all the glottis.
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing force on glottis; as in the unexpected start of a vowel
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing stress at the glottis; such as the unexpected onset of a vowel
    • A speech noise from a momentary full closure of glottis, accompanied by an explosive launch.
    • A speech sound generated by a momentary full closure associated with the glottis, followed closely by an explosive release.
    • A plosive sound articulated aided by the glottis.
    • A plosive noise articulated because of the glottis.
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing stress on glottis; such as the sudden start of a vowel
    • a stop consonant articulated by releasing force at the glottis; like in the sudden start of a vowel
    • A speech noise generated by a momentary total closure regarding the glottis, followed closely by an explosive launch.
    • A plosive noise articulated aided by the glottis.
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing pressure during the glottis; as in the unexpected start of a vowel
    • A speech noise produced by a momentary complete closing for the glottis, accompanied by an explosive launch.
    • A plosive sound articulated utilizing the glottis.
    • an end consonant articulated by releasing stress at the glottis; as in the unexpected start of a vowel
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