dyslalia

dyslalia

[dis-ley-lee-uh, -lal-ee-uh]
noun Pathology.
an inability to speak due to a defect of the organs of speech.

Origin:
1850–55; < Neo-Latin; see dys-, -lalia

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dyslalia (dɪsˈleɪlɪə)
 
n
defective speech characteristic of those affected by aphasia

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dyslalia dys·la·li·a (dĭs-lā'lē-ə, -lāl'ē-ə)
n.
An articulation disorder resulting from impaired hearing or structural abnormalities of the articulatory organs.

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