CHALLENGE YOURSELF WITH THESE WORDS FROM "LITTLE WOMEN"
Origin of lingual
OTHER WORDS FROM linguallin·gual·ly, adverbpre·lin·gual, adjectivepre·lin·gual·ly, adverb
Words nearby lingual
Example sentences from the Web for lingual
This refers to a twofold mode of pronouncing the Palatal and Lingual consonants, whether plain or aspirated.Elements of Gaelic Grammar|Alexander Stewart
Hibbard suggested that the decrease in size of the plate, and its restriction to the lingual side, may be a function of age.
In several specimens, however, the re-entrant fold is absent from the lingual surface of M1.North American Jumping Mice (Genus Zapus)|Philip H. Krutzsch
Most of our education aims only to give him lingual expression; and drawing and music are considered accomplishments merely!Guide to the Kindergarten and Intermediate Class and Moral Culture of Infancy.|Elizabeth P. Peabody
Its mucous membrane is devoid of papillæ, but contains numerous lymphoid follicles—the lingual tonsil.
British Dictionary definitions for lingual
- rare of or relating to language or languages
- (in combination)polylingual