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bilabial

[bī·lā′bē·əl]
a consonantal speech sound produced by using the two lips, such as b, p, or m. Also called labial.

bi·la·bi·al

(bī-lā'bē-ăl)
1. Pertaining to both lips.
2. Speech sounds formed by contact or controlled airflow between the two lips, as in the sounds /b/ and /p/.
[bi + L. labium, lip]
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It is from a bilabial shift of Edenic boer [to burn].