gutturally

guttural

[guht-er-uhl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to the throat.
2.
harsh; throaty.
3.
Phonetics. pertaining to or characterized by a sound articulated in the back of the mouth, as the non-English velar fricative sound [kh] .
noun
4.
a guttural sound.

Origin:
1585–95; < Neo-Latin gutturālis of the throat, equivalent to Latin guttur gullet, throat + -ālis -al1

gutturally, adverb
gutturalness, gutturality, gutturalism, noun
nonguttural, adjective
nongutturally, adverb
nongutturalness, noun
unguttural, adjective
ungutturally, adverb
ungutturalness, noun
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guttural (ˈɡʌtərəl)
 
adj
1.  anatomy of or relating to the throat
2.  phonetics pronounced in the throat or the back of the mouth; velar or uvular
3.  raucous
 
n
4.  phonetics a guttural consonant
 
[C16: from New Latin gutturālis concerning the throat, from Latin guttur gullet]
 
'gutturally
 
adv
 
'gutturalness
 
n
 
guttur'ality
 
n
 
'gutturalism
 
n

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guttural
1594, from M.Fr. guttural, from L. guttur "throat."
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guttural gut·tur·al (gŭt'ər-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the throat.

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