|a voiced sound that is less sonorous than a vowel but more sonorous than a stop or fricative and that may occur as either a sonant or a consonant, as (l, r, m, n, y, w)|
|1.||anatomy of or relating to the tongue or a part or structure resembling a tongue|
|2.||a. rare of or relating to language or languages|
|b. (in combination): polylingual|
|3.||articulated with the tongue|
|4.||a lingual consonant, such as Scots ()|
lingual lin·gual (lĭng'gwəl)
Of or relating to the tongue or any tonguelike part; glossal.
Next to or toward the tongue.