Definition of Laryngeals

1. Noun. (plural of laryngeal) ¹



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Definition of Laryngeals

1. laryngeal [n] - See also: laryngeal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Laryngeals

laryngeal pharynx
laryngeal polyp
laryngeal pouch
laryngeal prominence
laryngeal prominences
laryngeal reflex
laryngeal sinus
laryngeal stridor
laryngeal syncope
laryngeal tonsils
laryngeal vein
laryngeal veins
laryngeal ventricle
laryngeal vertigo
laryngeals (current term)
laryngean
laryngectomee
laryngectomees
laryngectomies
laryngectomized
laryngectomy
larynges
laryngismus
laryngismus stridulus
laryngitic
laryngitis
laryngitis stridulosa
laryngitises
laryngo-

Literary usage of Laryngeals

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1. A treatise on the theory and practice of medicine by John Syer Bristowe (1880)
"Unilateral paralysis of the superior laryngeals may result from the implication of the nerve in various morbid processes. ..."

2. William R. Harper's Elements of Hebrew by an Inductive Method by William Rainey Harper (1921)
"The Peculiarities of laryngeals 1. a. y^p-IH (1:7); ... (1:26); H^JT (2:6); H^N (2:18); T *- * (4:8); (2:24); IDm (2 : 9); The laryngeals, in the order of ..."

3. Elements of Hebrew by an Inductive Method by William Rainey Harper, John Merlin Powis Smith (1921)
"The Peculiarities of laryngeals ... t - :т- : The laryngeals, in the order of their strength beginning with the weakest, are ^, y, Л, П- 1 shares some of ..."

4. A Text-book of Human Physiology by Austin Flint (1888)
"superior laryngeals do not receive their motor filaments from the ... The sensory filaments of the superior laryngeals have important uses connected with ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1837)
"The superior laryngeals were then cut, without effecting the slightest enlargement, or any other chanse, upon the glottis. As the arytenoid cartilages were ..."

6. Report of the Annual Meeting (1838)
"The superior laryngeals were then cut, without effecting the slightest enlargement, or any other change, upon the glottis. As the arytenoid cartilages were ..."

7. Principles of human physiology by William Benjamin Carpenter (1860)
"But when the superior laryngeals were entire, irritation of the mucous surface of the larynx, or of the trunks themselves, produced contraction of the ..."

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