Related formssub·glot·tal, adjectivesub·glot·tal·ly, adverbsu·per·glot·tal, adjectivesu·per·glot·tal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for glottal
The glottal lips open partly by yielding sidewise,—that is, they are compressed,—and partly by being shoved upward and outward.
The glottal lips vibrate differently for the different vowels.
The backward apostrophe probably represents the glottal stop; the simple apostrophe may indicate the same sound.Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections Obtained|James Stevenson
The language was rich in glottal stops, clicks and guttural strangling sounds.Planet of the Damned|Harry Harrison
In standard English the h is a glottal continuant only when there is precise and emphatic utterance.The Sounds of Spoken English|Walter Rippmann