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" Of what parts does the palate consist? ate, and a posterior, /, containing no bone, and called the soft palate. The two can readily be distinguished by applying the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth and drawing it backwards. The hard palate forms... "
An English and Welch Vocabulary: Or, An Easy Guide to the Antient British ... - Page 2
de Thomas Evans - 1804 - 189 pages
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Antiquae linguae britannicae thesaurus: being a British, or Welsh-English ...

Thomas Richards - 1753 - 68 pages
...Thing. L, as L Engliß, in Law, Love, Low. LI, is L afpirated, and has a Sound peculiar to the Weiß. It is pronounced, by fixing the Tip of the Tongue to the Roof of the Mouth, and breathing forcibly through the Jaw-Teeth on both Sides, but more on the Right ; as if written in Engliß,...
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Antiquæ linguæ Britannicæ thesaurus: being a British, or Welsh-English ...

Thomas Richards - 1815
...Thing. L, as L. English, in Lore, Love, Loir, LI, is /, aspirated, and has a Sound peculiar to the Welsh. It is pronounced by fixing the Tip of the Tongue to the Roof of the Month, and breathing forcibly through the Jaw-teeth on both Sides, but more on the Right; as if written...
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Antiquæ linguæ Britannicæ thesaurus: being a British, or Welsh-English ...

Thomas Richards - 1815
...English, in Laze, Love, Lorn. LI, is L aspirated, and has a Sound peculiar to the Welsh. It ig proijounced by fixing the Tip of the Tongue to the Roof of the .Mouth, and breathing forcibly through the Jaw-teeth on both Sides. )wt more on the Right ; as if written iu English,...
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Philosophic Etymology: Or Rational Grammar

James Gilchrist - 1816 - 269 pages
...cairu of learned lumber as his dictionary. * " LI. is L. aspirated and has a sound peculiar to the Welsh. It is pronounced, by fixing the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth, and breathing forcibly through the jaw-teeth on both sides, but more on the right 5 as if written in English...
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Etymologicon universale; or, Universal etymological dictionary: on a new plan

Walter Whiter - 1822
...to express. Mr. Richards describes it thus: " LL is L aspirated, and has a sound " peculiar to the Welsh. It is pronounced by fixing the tip of the " tongue to the roof of the mouth, and breathing forcibly through the "jaw-teeth on both sides, but more on the right, as if written in "...
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The Welsh interpreter, or an English and Welsh vocabulary, with familiar ...

John Thomas - 1824
...ween. "VV w As O English in to, or Oo in good; when circumflexed as Oo in boon, moon. J This Letter is pronounced by fixing the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth, and breathing forcibly through the jaw-teeth; as if written in English Lib. The Spanish language has the...
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A vocabulary of familiar dialogues in English and Welsh

William Williams - 1829 - 60 pages
...L in the English Law, Love, Low. LI has a sound peculiar to t lie Welsh only, and is pronounced liy fixing the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth, and breath, ing forcibly through the jaw teeth, as if written in English Liu. M as, M in English Man. Crumb,...
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Lectures on Anatomy: Interspersed with Practical Remarks ...

Bransby Blake Cooper - 1830
...upwards, back wards, and obliquely to one side, when acting singly : but when both act, they direct the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth, and contract both its longitudinal and lateral dimensions. The next part called into action in the function...
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Elements of the English Language, Or, Analytical Orthography: Designed to ...

Albert D. Wright - 1870 - 126 pages
...thai of k in connection with the subvocai. h Emit the breath suddenly with all the organs open. 1 Put the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth and let the subvocai escape through each side. m Close the lips and emit the subvocai through the nose....
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The Cambrian Mirror, Or, North Wales Tourist: Comprehending the History and ...

Edward Parry - 1843 - 191 pages
...Ng Ring, Sing. H Hen, How, Hand, House. I Ink, circumflexed us ee. L Long, Look, Like. L articulated by fixing the tip of the tongue to the roof of the mouth, and breathing forcibly through the jaw-teeth, as Ih, or llh. M Em. N En. Ng As in King, Long, Song. 0 In...
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