Definition of articulation :
1. A joint or juncture between bones in the skeleton.
2. A sound made by the vocal organs; an articulate utterance or an elementary sound, esp. a consonant.
3. One of the nodes or joints, as in cane and maize.
4. One of the parts intercepted between the joints; also, a subdivision into parts at regular or irregular intervals as a result of serial intermission in growth, as in the cane, grasses, etc.
5. The act of putting together with a joint or joints; any meeting of parts in a joint.
6. The connection of the parts of a plant by joints, as in pods.
7. The state of being jointed; connection of parts.
8. The utterance of the elementary sounds of a language by the appropriate movements of the organs, as in pronunciation; as, a distinct articulation.
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articulation (part of speech: noun)
voice (part of speech: noun)
- Apart from this, the ankle is usually sprained in fractures by indirect violence, and we have frequently found the superior tibio- fibular articulation torn open in severe fractures of both bones of the leg from indirect violence. - "Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition.", Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson.
- A syllable is such a word, or part of a word, as is uttered by one articulation. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.
- The child, for instance, makes no attempt at articulation until it has acquired several teeth; this faculty becomes also exceedingly imperfect during the process of changing them; from this time it continues to improve, until again it is permanently impaired in old age, when they are finally lost. - "The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease.", Thomas Bull, M.D..