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lingual

 [ling´gwal]
1. pertaining to or near the tongue; called also glossal.
2. in dental anatomy, facing the tongue or oral cavity; called also oral.

lin·gual

(ling'gwăl),
1. Relating to the tongue or any tonguelike part. Synonym(s): glossal
2. Next to or toward the tongue.

glossal

/glos·sal/ (glos´al) lingual.

lin·gual

(ling'gwăl)
1. Relating to the tongue or any tonguelike part.
Synonym(s): glossal.
2. Next to or toward the tongue.

glossal

Pertaining to the tongue. From the Greek glossa , a tongue.

glossal

pertaining to the tongue.
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1) Of these, only 1% are of intraoral origin, and of those, glossal tumors are even rarer.
Obviously, to make a translation or a glossal adaptation of the Latin original did require of their authors a good competence, even bilingualism, in church Latin, as well as some gift of rendering Latin into an acceptable and understandable vernacular language.
I would rather refrain from calling the Lindisfarne interlinear texts glosses and would rather suggest other terms: either a glossal translation or continuous interlinear glosses, the latter expression is sometimes used by glossologists.
Neither would I treat them as errors in the art of glossal translation.
There might be several indicative findings on examination, including redundant soft palate mucosa, an elongated uvula, oropharyngeal narrowing, and glossal or oropharyngeal hypotonic muscular collapse.