paragammacism

paragammacism

 [par″ah-gam´ah-sizm]
faulty enunciation of g, k, and ch sounds.
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par·a·gam·ma·cism

(par'ă-gam'ă-sizm),
Substitution of another letter sound for the g sound.
See also: gammacism.
[para- + G. gamma, the letter g]
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paragammacism

(păr″ă-găm′mă-sĭzm) [Gr. para, beside, + gamma, Gr. letter G, + -ismos, condition]
An inability to pronounce “g, ” “k, ” and “ch” sounds, with substitution of other consonants such as “d” or “t.”
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