made by narrowing/closing lips, or between lower lip and upper teeth: e.g. beginings of "fast", "pork", "vase", "bottle" and "wing"
Furnished with lips; as, a labial organ pipe.
Articulated, as a consonant, mainly by the lips, as b, p, m, w.
Modified, as a vowel, by contraction of the lip opening, as oo (food), o (old), etc., and as eu and u in French, and ö, ü in German. See Guide to Pronunciation, §§ 11, 178.
Of or pertaining to the labium; as, the labial palpi of insects. See Labium.
A letter or character representing an articulation or sound formed or uttered chiefly with the lips, as b, p, w.
An organ pipe that is furnished with lips; a flue pipe.
lips, around the mouth.
related to the lips. | | | | | | | | I - J | K - L | | | | P - Q | | | T - U | V - Z
In some reptiles, one of the scales bordering the lip.
a consonant whose articulation involves movement of the lips
of or relating to the lips of the mouth; "labial stops"
relating to or near the female labium
in the lip region, regardless of the organism possessing lips
Refers to the lips. Sometimes used in place of facial to describe a tooth surface.
(noun & adj.) A phoneme pronounced using the lips, as in and. In labio-dental sounds, the upper incisors and lower lip meet. Labio-velar sounds occur when a sound is made at the velum (soft palate) and the lips are rounded st the same time ()
relating to or near the lips.
The surface of an anterior tooth which lies closest to the lips.
ËˆlebilÌ©] - adjective for things having to do with the lips
The area pertaining to or around the lip.
Referring to the surfaces of the anterior teeth that oppose the inner surface of the lip.
Pertaining to lips; for example labial side of tooth is that side nearer lips rather than tongue; lateral surface of a tooth. On the cheek side of the tooth.
The surface of the tooth facing the lip
Pertaining to the lip or toward the lip.
An area pertaining to or around the lip; surface of the tooth (mostly anterior teeth) directed toward the lip
pertaining to the lips
This word means the area in the mouth around the inside of the lips.
Referring to the lips, or labia. Generally refers explicitly to the mechanosensory specializations, as opposed to the chemosensory ( amphidial) specializations in the nose. These labial sensilla can be divided into two groups, the inner labials ( ILs) and the outer labials ( OLs), based upon their relative distance from opening of the buccal cavity. The cephalic sensilla ( CEPs) have endings grouped closely to the OLs in C. elegans (and thus might also be considered as labials), but lie away from the lips in some other nematode species. This term is also is used to refer to the two flaps which border the opening of the vulva; e.g. the vulval labia.
The tooth surface nest to your lips or things mounted on the tooth surfaces next to your lips.