agma

agma

[ag-muh]
noun
1.
(in Latin and Greek) the velar nasal consonant sound, especially in those forms where it was represented by the letter g or by gamma.
2.

Origin:
< Late Greek; Greek: fracture

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AGMA

American Guild of Musical Artists.
Also, A.G.M.A.
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agma (ˈæɡmə)
 
n
phonetics the symbol (), used to represent a velar nasal consonant, as in long () or tank ()

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Main Entry:  agma
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a velar nasal consonant speech sound, represented by 'ng' as in thing
Etymology:  Gk. lit. fragment
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