gut·tur·al /ˈgʌtərəl, ˈgʌtrəl/
gut·tur·al /ˈgətərəl, ˈgətrəl/ 形容詞
Gut·tur·al a. Of or pertaining to the throat; formed in the throat; relating to, or characteristic of, a sound formed in the throat.
Children are occasionally born with guttural swellings. --W. Guthrie.
In such a sweet, guttural accent. --Landor.
Gut·tur·al, n. A sound formed in the throat; esp., a sound formed by the aid of the back of the tongue, much retracted, and the soft palate; also, a letter representing such a sound.
adj 1: like the sounds of frogs and crows; "a guttural voice";
"acres of guttural frogs" [syn: croaking, croaky]
2: relating to or articulated in the throat; "the glottal stop
and uvular `r' and `ch' in German `Bach' are guttural
n : a consonant articulated in the back of the mouth or throat
[syn: guttural consonant]