Labial Consonant Meaning in Hindi


  1. 1. ओष्ठ्य (p. oShThy )

Labial Consonant Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. A consonant whose articulation involves movement of the lips

Labial Consonant Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "In speech he stretched out his vowel sounds to give his mouth a rest before the next consonant."
- Diane Setterfield, The Thirteenth Tale

2. "This combination of papyrus and a vowel-and-consonant alphabet allowed, for the first time in human history, the potential for mass literacy."
- William J. Bernstein, Masters of the Word: How Media Shaped History

3. "Polytheism may be more consonant with contemporary life, its mixed populations, and its recognition of psychic complexity and interdependence, than a rigorous Protestant monotheism."
- Page duBois, A Million and One Gods

4. "For it is a   moroseness too imperious, to wish that what we ourselves follow as   right, and consonant with our duty, should be prescribed as a law to   others.         "
- John Calvin, Complete Bible Commentaries

5. "Surprisingly now, over a half a century later, time symmetric approaches to electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, gravity, and cosmology might be consonant with the kind of eschatology that a theist such as Pannenberg supports."
- Robert John Russell, Time in Eternity: Pannenberg

6. "This is what Zarlino means when he says that the bass should proceed by separated intervals, for intervals cannot be consonant unless they are separated. Although Zarlino also says that the bass"
- Jean-Philippe Rameau, Treatise on Harmony

7. "He spoke as if he held marbles in his mouth. 'Más o menos'--more or less--came out as 'maomay.' He was on a low-consonant diet, feasting on vowels"
- Tom Miller, The Panama Hat Trail: A Journey from South America

8. "Why do we say razzle-dazzle instead of dazzle-razzle? Why super-duper, helter-skelter, harum-scarum, hocus-pocus, willy-nilly, hully-gully, roly-poly, holy moly, herky-jerky, walkie-talkie, namby-pamby, mumbo-jumbo, loosey-goosey, wing-ding, wham-bam, hobnob, razza-matazz, and rub-a-dub-dub? I thought you'd never ask. Consonants differ in "obstruency"—the degree to which they impede the flow of air, ranging from merely making it resonate, to forcing it noisily past an obstruction, to stopping it up altogether. The word beginning with the less obstruent consonant always comes before the word beginning with the more obstruent consonant. Why ask why?"
- Steven Pinker, The Language Instinct: How the Mind Creates Language

9. "We are, he thought to himself, becoming anthropomorphic a little rapidly. We shall be asking the Stone what it would like for breakfast next. . . . Now that we know we create gods, do not let us hesitate in the work. He blinked inwardly at the phrase and proceeded. But I have promised to believe in God, and here is a temptation to infidelity already, since I know that any god in whom I can believe will be consonant with my mind. So if I believe it must be in a god consonant with me. This would seem to limit God vary considerably."
- Charles Williams, Many Dimensions

10. "Look, he said. We’d like you to return the salary. Oh, is that all? I said. Heck. That’s easy. The answer is no. What? No. No? What part of that two-letter word don’t you understand, Brad? I asked. Was it the vowel that threw you, or the consonant ?"
- John Scalzi, Agent to the Stars

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