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dysarthria

noun dys·ar·thria \di-ˈsär-thrē-ə\

Definition of DYSARTHRIA

:  difficulty in articulating words due to disease of the central nervous system

Origin of DYSARTHRIA

New Latin, from dys- + arthr- + -ia
First Known Use: 1878

dysarthria

noun dys·ar·thria \dis-ˈär-thrē-ə\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of DYSARTHRIA

:  difficulty in articulating words due to disease of the central nervous system—compare dysphasia
dys·ar·thric \-thrik\ adjective

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