Definition of Prolating
1. prolate [v] - See also: prolate
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prolating
Literary usage of Prolating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1825)
"... by prolating both towards nd the teeth, exactly as these sibilants are oers, Uppers, and whom any man is able to this childish defect; ..."
2. A Grammar of the Hindoostanee Language: Or Part Third of Volume First, of a by John Borthwick Gilchrist (1796)
"... fuch as rf, gh, &c. by prolating them in the mean time, like our i/, in dull, and gf>, ..."
3. Religious Thought and Life in India: An Account of the Religions of the by Monier Monier-Williams (1885)
"10), prolating the vowel in deep sonorous tones. Unhappily just before I reached India in the autumn of last year he died suddenly at ..."
4. The Hindee-Roman Orthoepigraphical Ultimatum;: on fixed and practical by John Borthwick Gilchrist (1820)
"Prom the facility of prolating the labials, they have been placed nearest the vowels and headed by m, a symbol so easily expressed that a dumb man even uses ..."
5. The "Standard-alphebet" Problem Or the Preliminary Subject of a General by Robert Moffat (1864)
"... true discriminative articulation of kh and gh depends on ruffling the throat in a particular manner, while prolating k and g respectively."— Ibid. p. ..."