Definition of Glottic

1. a. Of or pertaining to the glottis; glottal.



Definition of Glottic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to the glottis (or to the tongue); glottal ¹

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Definition of Glottic

1. glottis [adj] - See also: glottis

Medical Definition of Glottic

1. Relating to the tongue or the glottis. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glottic

glottalic
glottalic airstream
glottalisation
glottalisations
glottalise
glottalised
glottalises
glottalising
glottalization
glottalizations
glottalize
glottalized
glottalizes
glottalizing
glottals
glottic (current term)
glottidean
glottides
glottidospasm
glottis
glottis respiratoria
glottis spuria
glottis vera
glottis vocalis
glottises
glottitis
glottochronological
glottochronologically
glottochronologist
glottochronologists

Literary usage of Glottic

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1. Inductive Sociology: A Syllabus of Methods, Analyses and Classifications by Franklin Henry Giddings (1901)
"glottic Race. — The glottic race is a yet broader kinship, which includes all those related ethnic races or parts of ethnic races which once at some remote ..."

2. Birmingham Medical Review (1889)
"glottic spasm of nasal origin may affect children as well as adults. 5. Along with glottic spasm bronchial spasm may occur, and one sometimes finds a more ..."

3. The Journal of Laryngology and Rhinology (1887)
"The author discussed the causes, symptoms, prognosis, and treatment of this class of affection. RAMON DE LA SOTA Y LASTRA. TISSIER.—glottic Stenoses in the ..."

4. Diseases of the chest, throat and nasal cavities by Ephraim Fletcher Ingals (1898)
"INFRA-glottic LARYNGOSCOPY. It is sometimes desirable to inspect the larynx from below, which may be done, after tracheotomy, through a fenestra in the ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1901)
"Examples are, the Aryan glottic-race, including the Celtic, Teutonic, Latin and other ethnic- races ; the Semitic glottic-race, and the Ham- itic ..."

6. On diseases of the throat and windpipe, as reflected by the laryngoscope by George Duncan Gibb (1864)
"The divisions of oedema of the larynx, then, are— A. Supra-glottic oedema of the ... A. Supra-glottic œdema of the larynx.—In acute laryngitis the essential ..."

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