- Medial (linguistics)
In linguistics, medial may refer to the following:
- The glide that occurs before the main vowel of a syllable, especially in Chinese phonology (see syllable structure)
- A voiced stop consonant
- A medial clause in a clause chain
- Medial voice, medial verb: see Middle voice
- Medial demonstrative
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