syllabic utterance

syllabic utterance

(si-lab'ik) [Gr. syllabikos]
A staccato accentuation of syllables, slowly but separately, observed in patients with multiple sclerosis. See: scanning speech
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A team of researchers led by Kimbrough Oller of the University of Memphis analyzed more than 3 million syllabic utterances, collected from almost 1,500 all-day recordings from 232 children aged 10 months to 4 years.