The act or process by which articulate sounds are uttered; the utterance of articulate sounds; articulate speech.
Sound production at the larynx.
the production of vocal sounds, especially speech.
The production of speech; utterance of sounds through use of the vocal cords.
the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract; "a singer takes good care of his voice"; "the giraffe cannot make any vocalizations"
The process of making noise with the larynx or producing vocal sound; phon- is a root word meaning sound. Term found in About the Voice: Anatomy 201.
ËŒfoËˆneÊƒnÌ©]- the kind of activity the vocal folds are engaged in. "Voiced" and "voiceless" are the two most common types of phonation.
The production of sound by means of vocal cord vibration.
Production voiced sound by means of vocal fold vibration
A production of sound from the vocal folds, implying that the sound has not yet been shaped into words by the vocal tract and articulators.
Making vocal sounds.
In phonetics, phonation is the "use of the laryngeal system to generate an audible source of acoustic energy, i.e., sound, which can then be modified by the articulatory actions of the rest of the vocal apparatus."