Of or pertaining to the nose.
Having a quality imparted by means of the nose; and specifically, made by lowering the soft palate, in some cases with closure of the oral passage, the voice thus issuing (wholly or partially) through the nose, as in the consonants m, n, ng (see Guide to Pronunciation, §§ 20, 208); characterized by resonance in the nasal passage; as, a nasal vowel; a nasal utterance.
An elementary sound which is uttered through the nose, or through both the nose and the mouth simultaneously.
A medicine that operates through the nose; an errhine.
Part of a helmet projecting to protect the nose; a nose guard.
A plate, or scale, on the nose of a fish, etc.
Pertaining to the nose or nasal cavity
A strip of plate steel armour to the front of a helm to protect the nose.
A continuant consonant produced through the nose with the mouth closed.
The term nasal is used to describe a sound in which the velum is lowered, allowing air to flow through the nasal cavity. Examples of nasal sounds are [n] as in net and [m] as in met.
Reproduced sound having the quality of a person speaking with his/her nose blocked. Like the vowel "eh" coloration. In a loudspeaker, often due to a measured peak in the upper midrange followed by a complementary dip.
The vocalist sounds like he or she is singing with the nose closed. Also applies to strings. Bump in the response around 300 to 1,000 Hz. (See Honky).
Plate defense on early medieval helmets, often riveted to the bottom of the skull to cover the nose and middle of the face.
a sound in which there is complete closure somewhere in the mouth, but the soft palate is lowered, letting air come out through the nose: e.g. "n", "m" and the end of "sing".
an elongated rectangular bone that forms the bridge of the nose
sounding as if the nose were pinched; "a whining nasal voice"
a phone made by allowing air to flow out of the nose while possibly stopping it in the mouth
(L. nasus, nose) Os nasale.
related to the nose.
Refers to the nose
Pair of small oblong bones that form the bridge and roof of the nose.
metal nose-piece attached to a helmet.
relating to the nose.
Towards the nose.
adjective, Latin nasus = nose; hence, pertaining to the nose.
Pertaining to the nose. Nasal sounds are those in which the air passes through the nasal cavity rather than the oral cavity.
(L. nasalis, from Sanskrit nasa, nose). Pertaining to the nose.
(C): (manner of articulation): A sound produced by air flow going through the nose. English examples: /m/ and /n/.
toward the nose.
Plate attached to the front of a helmet to protect the nose and middle of the face
To do with the nose
For vowels, nasal means that the air is passing through the nose, not the mouth. French has nasal vowels in words like: âŒ©b onâŒª, âŒ©ch an onâŒª, and âŒ©Fr an ceâŒª. Supersegmentals â€“ other stuff
A bar of iron attached to the front of a helm and extending down over the face in line with the nose, which provided facial protection.
Tone produced by lowering the soft palate (velum) and using the nose as a resonator.