nasal emission

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na·sal e·mis·sion

(nā'zăl ē-mish'ŭn)
speech pathology The sound of air forcefully flowing through the nose during speech (as opposed to nasal resonance), usually due to poor valving between the oral and nasal cavities, as in cleft palate.
See: hypernasality
Synonym(s): nasal escape.
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