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adj. pertaining to the lips; of or pertaining a labium; expressed by means of the lips (Phonetics)
n. consonant expressed by means of the lips (Phonetics)
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1. a consonant whose articulation involves movement of the lips
(synonym) labial consonant
1. of or relating to the lips of the mouth; "labial stops"
2. relating to or near the female labium
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adv. labially, expressed by means of the lips (Phonetics)
adj. labial, pertaining to the lips; expressed by means of the lips (Phonetics)
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adj. lip, labial, pertaining to the lips; of or pertaining a labium; expressed by means of the lips (Phonetics)
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