Definition of Aspirata

1. a type of plosive [n -TAE] - See also: plosive



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aspirata

aspidistra
aspidistras
aspidium
aspidobranchia
aspidolite
aspidomancy
aspidosamine
aspidospondylous
aspies
aspine
aspines
aspiny
aspirant
aspirants
aspirata (current term)
aspiratae
aspirate
aspirate mutation
aspirated
aspirated h
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aspiration pneumonia
aspirational
aspirationally
aspirationals

Literary usage of Aspirata

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

1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1848)
"... media, aspirata, which, instead of denoting, as they do, not only according to the nature of the matter, but also to the definition given to them by the ..."

2. A History of the Art of Writing by William Albert Mason (1920)
"Man wird wohl für ingen den analogen Wechsel von Tenuis aspirata und Media aspirata annehmen müssen, welchen Brugmann im Grundr. I .-(48, Nr. 7 für idg. ..."

3. Einleitung in Das Studium Der Indogermanischen Sprachen: Ein Beitrag Zur by Berthold Delbrück (1908)
"Ein Beispiel für die aspirata ist ai. ... (womit man die nicht palatale aspirata vergleiche in ai. ..."

4. The Languages of the Seat of War in the East: With a Survey of the Three by Friedrich Max Müller (1855)
"The lingual sibilant is a sound peculiar to the Sanskrit; and as, particularly in modern Indian dialects, it interchanges with the guttural tenuis aspirata, ..."

5. Grimm's Law: a Study: Or Hints Towards an Explanation of the So-called by Thomas Le Marchant Douse (1876)
"Compare with this the Gothic Mute-system, which, as he next shows, comprises 14'3 per cent. of Tenues, 22-9 „ „ Medios, and no less than 62'8 „ „ aspirata*; ..."

6. New High German: A Comparative Study by William Winston Valentine (1894)
"Media or Sonant Tenuis or Surd aspirata Tenuis or Surd aspirata Media or Sonant aspirata Media or Sonant Tenuis or Surd The Shifting in Reality. 210. ..."

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