Definition of palatography in US English:

palatography

noun

Phonetics
  • Any of various techniques for recording contact between the tongue and the roof of the mouth in the articulation of speech sounds.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Edward Scripture (b. 1864), psychologist, phoneticist, and speech therapist. From palato- + -graphy, after palatograph.

Pronunciation

palatography

/ˌpaləˈtɒɡrafɪ/