[ ley-bee-oh-ney-zuhl ]
/ ˌleɪ bi oʊˈneɪ zəl /
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articulated with the lips and given resonance in the nasal cavity, as m.
a labionasal sound.
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British Dictionary definitions for labionasal
/ (ˌleɪbɪəʊˈneɪzəl) phonetics /
pronounced by making a complete closure of the air passage at the lips and lowering the soft palate allowing air to escape through the nasal cavity
a labionasal consonant, such as m
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Medical definitions for labionasal
[ lā′bē-ō-nā′zəl ]
Relating to the upper lip and the nose or to both lips and the nose.
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