Definition of aglutition in English:

aglutition

noun

Medicine
rare
  • Inability to swallow; = aphagia.

    See also aphagia

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Mason Good (1764–1827), physician and surgeon. From post-classical Latin aglutition-, aglutitio (LINNAEUS Genera Morborum 19) from a- + glutitio.

Pronunciation

aglutition

/ˌaɡluːˈtɪʃn/