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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of labial

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of labial:
/lɑbiəl/

Derived Form of labial

noun
plural: labials
adjective
comparitive: more labial
superlative: most labial
Noun
1
a consonant whose articulation involves movement of the lips
Synonymslabial consonant,
Type ofconsonant,
Typesbilabial, labial stop,
Adjective
1
of or relating to the lips of the mouth
See alsobilabial, lip,
2
relating to or near the female labium
See alsolabium,

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  1. on the drawing is I would not take it to the mid-labial. I would take it to the distal-labial
  2. Labial adhesions, sometimes it's called labial fusion,
  3. labial stops and fricatives.
  4. For example, there's the plain stop k and there's the labial stop kw.
  5. The difference is that the labial sounds include the rounding of the lips.
  6. And then we have the labial sounds as well. Those are just a few of the many sounds of Navajo.
  7. the mouth these consonants are by labial
  8. This voiced labial-velar approximant semivowel has these letter combinations:
  9. Place #1: Bilabial - from bi - 2, and labial, meaning lips
  10. fricatives, bottom left is alveolar and velar stops, and bottom right are labial stops and
  11. - (Maggio) Nasal labial smoother.
  12. belongs to an Ethiopian woman whose labial bling measures an incredible 59
  13. NASAL LABIAL
  14. NASAL LABIAL FOLDS.
  15. LABIAL FOLDS.
  16. LABIAL FOLDS. ANYWHERE
  17. LABIAL FOLDS. ANYWHERE YOU
  18. LABIAL FOLDS. ANYWHERE YOU HAVE
  19. LABIAL FOLDS. ANYWHERE YOU HAVE THOSE
  20. an infrabulge clasp with a modified tear and eye at the distal, labial aspect of the tooth