Umgangssprache German for 'colloquial language'. 'unfilled pause' An interval of silence in speech: i.e. a pause not 'filled' by a hesitation form. uvular Articulated with the back of the tongue against or approximated to the fleshy appendage (or uvula) at the back of the soft palate. E.g. the 'r' in French is variously a uvular trill or, more usually, a uvular fricative.
G = Gimel Gimel = Proto-Sinaitic Glyph Glyph = Staff Sling glossolalia 'Speaking in tongues': i.e. uttering sounds under condition of religious ecstasy that are believed, wrongly, to be in unknown languages. gnomic Used in timeless ... Read Post
langage A French term introduced by Ferdinand de Saussure to refer to the human biological faculty of speech. It is distinguished in his approach from langue, the language system of a speech community. listeme A term occasionally us... Read Post
F = Waw (Semitic) Waw = Hook false friends In comparative linguistics, a term describing words in different languages which resemble each other in form, but which express different meanings; also called false cognates, and often kno... Read Post