nasal

Basan vs Nasal - What's the difference?

basan | nasal |


As nouns the difference between basan and nasal

is that basan is while nasal is nasal consonant.

Nasal vs Undefined - What's the difference?

nasal | undefined |


As a noun nasal

is nasal consonant.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Nasal vs Nasty - What's the difference?

nasal | nasty |


As nouns the difference between nasal and nasty

is that nasal is nasal consonant while nasty is (lb) something nasty.

As an adjective nasty is

.

Nasal vs Gutturals - What's the difference?

nasal | gutturals |


As nouns the difference between nasal and gutturals

is that nasal is nasal consonant while gutturals is .

Nasal vs Approximants - What's the difference?

nasal | approximants |


As nouns the difference between nasal and approximants

is that nasal is nasal consonant while approximants is .

Nasal vs Null - What's the difference?

nasal | null |


As adjectives the difference between nasal and null

is that nasal is of or pertaining to the nose while null is having no validity, "null and void.

As nouns the difference between nasal and null

is that nasal is an elementary sound which is uttered through the nose, or through both the nose and the mouth simultaneously, such as m and n while null is a non-existent or empty value or set of values.

As a verb null is

to nullify; to annul.

Nasal vs Cardiac - What's the difference?

nasal | cardiac |


As nouns the difference between nasal and cardiac

is that nasal is nasal consonant while cardiac is a person with heart disease.

As an adjective cardiac is

pertaining to the heart.

Guttural vs Nasal - What's the difference?

guttural | nasal |


In phonetics terms the difference between guttural and nasal

is that guttural is articulated at the back of the mouth while nasal is a nasal vowel or consonant.

As adjectives the difference between guttural and nasal

is that guttural is sounding harsh and throaty while nasal is of or pertaining to the nose.

As nouns the difference between guttural and nasal

is that guttural is a harsh and throaty spoken sound while nasal is an elementary sound which is uttered through the nose, or through both the nose and the mouth simultaneously, such as m and n.

Throat vs Nasal - What's the difference?

throat | nasal |


As nouns the difference between throat and nasal

is that throat is the front part of the neck while nasal is an elementary sound which is uttered through the nose, or through both the nose and the mouth simultaneously, such as m and n.

As a verb throat

is to utter in the throat; to mutter.

As an adjective nasal is

of or pertaining to the nose.

Nostrils vs Nasal - What's the difference?

nostrils | nasal |


As nouns the difference between nostrils and nasal

is that nostrils is while nasal is nasal consonant.

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