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agma

[ ag-muh ]
/ ˈæg mə /
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noun

(in Latin and Greek) the velar nasal consonant sound, especially in those forms where it was represented by the letter g or by gamma.
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Also ang·ma [ang-muh] /ˈæŋ mə/ .

Origin of agma

From Late Greek; Greek: “fracture”

Definition for agma (2 of 2)

AGMA

or A.G.M.A.


abbreviation

American Guild of Musical Artists.
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British Dictionary definitions for agma

agma
/ (ˈæɡmə) /

noun

phonetics the symbol (ŋ), used to represent a velar nasal consonant, as in long (lɒŋ) or tank (tæŋk)
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