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Polyglot, pol′i-glot, adj. having or containing many languages.
The aperture, or opening between these ligaments, is called the glot´tis, or chink of the glottis.
Artistic faience was made at Sceaux for about forty-five years previous to 1795, by Chapelle and Glot successively.The Ceramic Art|Jennie J. Young
Epiglottis, ep-i-glot′is, n. the cartilage at the root of the tongue that partly closes the aperture of the larynx.
Glot' tis, the opening between the vocal cords, or the mouth of the windpipe.A Guide for the Study of Animals|Worrallo Whitney