Definition of Gutturals

1. Noun. (plural of guttural) ¹



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Definition of Gutturals

1. guttural [n] - See also: guttural

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gutturals

guttural duct
guttural pouch
guttural pulse
guttural rale
gutturalism
gutturalisms
gutturality
gutturalization
gutturalizations
gutturalize
gutturalized
gutturalizes
gutturalizing
gutturally
gutturalness
gutturals (current term)
gutturize
gutturized
gutturizes
gutturizing
gutturotetany
gutty
gutwort
gutwrenching
gutwrenchingly
gutzer
gutzers
guv
guv'nor
guvnah

Literary usage of Gutturals

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1. Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar by Wilhelm Gesenius (1859)
"The gutturals cannot be doubled in pronunciation, and therefore exclude ... The harder gutturals П and Л allow ed a sharpening of the syllable, ..."

2. An Introductory Hebrew Grammar: With Progressive Exercises in Reading and by Andrew Bruce Davidson (1896)
"THE gutturals. The letters у п Л К are called gutturals. ... The gutturals prefer about them, particularly before them, the guttural or a vowels, ..."

3. Critical Grammar of the Hebrew Language by Isaac Nordheimer (1842)
"The gutturals, as their name imports, are those consonants which are ... The gutturals take in preference to all others the appropriate vowel of their own ..."

4. Ethiopic Grammar by August Dillmann, Carl Bezold (1907)
"The (Aspirate-) gutturals represent a double step-ladder of stronger and weaker breathings, one end of which borders, with h and 0, upon the vowels, ..."

5. An Old English grammar by Eduard Sievers (1903)
"1) The letters c (k, q), g, h (x) represent in OE. both gutturals and palatals. These were sharply distinguished from each other both ..."

6. The Principles of Sound and Inflexion as Illustrated in the Greek and Latin by John Edward King, Christopher Cookson (1888)
"Sanskrit once contained the following distinct series of gutturals ', using the term, that is, in its looser sense. Hard. Soft. Aspirated. ..."

7. The Latin Language: An Historical Account of Latin Sounds, Stems and Flexions by Wallace Martin Lindsay (1894)
"These appear as gutturals in some languages, and as Labials in others, ... (On the Italic treatment of the gutturals of this series, see von Planta, i. pp. ..."

8. A Primer of Hebrew by Charles Prospero Fagnani (1903)
"LESSON XXII INFLECTION OF NOUNS OF CLASS I CONTAINING gutturals NOTE. — Review Less. IX on the gutturals. Nouns containing gutturals are inflected after the ..."

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