lambdacism definition

  • noun:
    • Pronunciation of other sounds, usually r, as l.
    • A fault in speaking or in composition, which is made up in too frequent utilization of the letter l, or in doubling it mistakenly.
    • A defect in pronunciation of page l whenever doubled, which consists in providing it an audio as though accompanied by y, like the letters lli in billion.
    • the usage of the noise of l for that of r in pronunciation; lallation.
    • A too regular utilization of words containing the letter l in talking or composing. A Latin example seems within the after:
    • An imperfect pronunciation associated with the page roentgen, making it sound like l; lallation.
    • address problem involving extortionate usage or strange pronunciation of this phoneme `l'

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