a person or thing that .
Phonetics. a movable organ, as the tongue, lips, or uvula, the action of which is involved in the production of speech sounds.
Dentistry. a mechanical device, representing the jaws, to which casts may be attached: used in the making of dentures.
a person or thing that articulates
(phonetics) any vocal organ that takes part in the production of a speech sound. Such organs are of two types: those that can move, such as the tongue, lips, etc (active articulators), and those that remain fixed, such as the teeth, the hard palate, etc (passive articulators)
articulator ar·tic·u·la·tor (är-tĭk’yə-lā’tər)
A mechanical device representing the temporomandibular joints and the jaw bones, used in dentistry to obtain proper articulation of artificial teeth.
- Articulatory feature
a property of a speech sound based on its voicing or on its place or manner of articulation in the vocal tract, as voiceless, bilabial, or stop used in describing the sound (p).
- Articulatory loop
noun (psychol) a short-term memory system that enables a person to remember short strings of words by rehearsing them repeatedly in his head
- Articulatory phonetics
the branch of phonetics dealing with the motive processes and anatomy involved in the production of the sounds of speech. Compare (def 1), , . noun (functioning as sing) the branch of phonetics concerned with the production of speech sounds Compare acoustic phonetics, auditory phonetics
a male given name, form of . Contemporary Examples Buddy was just beginning with Artie Shaw then, and once in a while he would give me and my friend Billy half a lesson. Mel Brooks Is Always Funny and Often Wise in This 1975 Playboy Interview Alex Belth February 15, 2014 A nuisance to Artie […]