Hence, the former may be called the broad sound, the latter the small sound of a palatal or a Lingual.
palatal aspect of the cranium and mandible of a Donkey (Equus asinus) 1/5.
When it is confined to the palate it is treated by removal of the palatal and alveolar portions of the maxilla.
Yet the head tone must not be entirely free from palatal resonance.
The palatal mucous membrane should always be examined in suspected measles.
Of the cranial measurements here employed, palatal length and least interorbital breadth are the most significant and useful.
I between sk and a dark vowel early became j in Norse, which then gave the preceding sk something of a palatal nature.
In Sus cristatus the palatal width is contained nearly seven times in the same distance.
This is the palatal resonance, in which there is the most power (Plate A).
This r is a kind of palatal blade continuant, and its use should be avoided, as it is generally held to be affected.
palatal pal·a·tal (pāl'ə-təl)