Definition of Dentals

1. dental [n] - See also: dental



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dentals

dental technician
dental technicians
dental tubercle
dental tubules
dental ulcer
dental veneers
dental waste
dentalgia
dentalia
dentalism
dentalities
dentality
dentalium
dentaliums
dentally
dentals (current term)
dentarias
dentaries
dentary
dentary centre
dentate
dentate-ciliate
dentate-sinuate
dentate fascia
dentate fissure
dentate fracture
dentate gyri
dentate gyrus
dentate gyruses
dentate leaf

Literary usage of Dentals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian Or South-Indian Family of Languages by Robert Caldwell (1875)
"I will now sum up what has been said about the cerebrals and dentals, and the two forms of I. The cerebrals are the harsher, the dentals the softer, ..."

2. A Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian Or South-Indian Family of Languages by Robert Caldwell (1875)
"I will now sum up what has been said about the cerebrals and dentals, and the two forms of I. The cerebrals are the harsher, the dentals the softer, ..."

3. Varronianus: A Critical and Historical Introduction to the Ethnography of by John William Donaldson (1852)
"The dentals. The Romans had five dentals or linguals : the mutes r> and T, the liquids L and N, and the secondary letter R, which in most alphabets ..."

4. Handbook of the English Language: For the Use of Students of the by Robert Gordon Latham (1875)
"(a) In the formation of the dentals the tongue touches, or approaches the teeth, ... (c) The three groups of Labials, dentals, and Palatals constitute the ..."

5. An Introduction to Vulgar Latin by Charles Hall Grandgent (1907)
"dentals. 280. The dentals were pronounced with the middle of the tongue arched up and the tip touching the gums or teeth, as in modern French, ..."

6. Greeks and Goths: A Study on the Runes by Isaac Taylor (1879)
"dentals. In the Teutonic languages, as a rule, dentals only interchange with dentals, labials with labials, and gutturals with gutturals. ..."

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