aprosody


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a·pros·o·dy

(ă-pros'ō-dē),
Absence, in speech, of rhythm and the normal variations in pitch and stress.
[G. a- priv. + prosōdia, voice modulation]

aprosody

[āpros′odē]
Etymology: Gk, a + prosodia, not modulated voice
a speech disorder characterized by the absence of the normal variations in pitch, loudness, intonation, and rhythm of word formation.

a·pros·o·dy

, aprosodia (ā-pros'ŏ-dē, ā-prō-sō'dē-ă)
Complete loss of speech intonation patterns, usually due to a neurologic disorder.
See also: dysprosody
[G. a- priv. + prosōdia, voice modulation]

aprosody

(ā″pros′ŏ-dē) [ ¹an- + prosody]
Absence of normal variations of pitch, rhythm, and stress in the speech.