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Cf. periodic wave. Apert’s syndrome n. A congenital pathological deformation of the supralaryngeal vocal tract in which the palate lies abnormally far back and the pharynx is constricted. The sufferer is unable to produce the formant frequency range of normal speech and hence cannot produce the ordinary vowel distinctions; high vowels are typically absent entirely. aperture n. 1. The degree or size of an opening, as of the mouth. 2. [obsolete] A synonym for vowel height. Translation of German Schallfülle ‘sonority’ (Trubetzkoy 1939).

3pl. Latin Old French Modern French ámo ámas ámat amámus amátis ámant aim aimes aimet aime aimes aime amons amez aimons aimez aiment aiment analog model n. Any mechanical, electrical or computational device which models the behaviour of a system of interest (such as the vocal tract) by using easily manipulated and measured quantities which are related mathematically to one another in the same way as the quantities important in the system < previous page page_22 next page > < previous page page_23 next page > Page 23 of interest.

See also voice onset time, preaspiration. See Laver (1994:348–358). NOTE: Aspiration is simetimes called voice-onset delay, but this term is actually of wider applicability than ‘aspiration’. 2. (also aspirate) A label sometimes applied to the segment [h], the socalled ‘voiceless glottal fricative’, actually a voiceless vowel. 3. In the Ladefoged feature system, a distinctive feature invoked to handle distinctions in voice onset time; it can assume any of the three values aspirated, unaspirated or voiced.

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