loss of articulate speech.
Motor aphasia is, he believes, nothing more than a combination of sensory aphasia and anarthria.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 2 Various
Then occurs dysarthria, and, if the path is totally impassable at any place, anarthria.
The Mind of the Child, Part II W. Preyer
(pathol) loss of the ability to speak coherently
anarthria an·ar·thri·a (ān-är’thrē-ə)
Loss of the motor ability that enables speech.
anarithmia anarithmia an·a·rith·mi·a (ān’ə-rĭth’mē-ə, -rĭð’-) n. An inability to count or use numbers due to a brain lesion.
Zoology. having no joints or articulated limbs. (especially in Greek grammar) used without the article. adjective (of a noun) used without an article having no joints or articulated limbs
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