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               ON THE CAUSE OF LISPING
 
 
That the English word...
 
.LISP derives expressively from the Middle 
......English word...
.LISPEN, referencing in articulation a...
.L.S.....= LOOS/E
.LI...N..= LI/N/GUA, with the potential to...
..IS.....= H/ISS/INGLY, or...
..ISP....= S/I/B/ILANTLY,
.LISP....= S/L/IP, gives powerful clue to the cause of
.LISP.N..= LISP/ING is suggested by finding that the single
...........name of the most famously affected individual
...........from ancient Greece, even exaggerating his...
.LISP....= LISP to rhetorical effect, was that of the
...........military
leader, statesman, and orator...
ALCIB/IADES; not, however, because there is a one to one
.............phonetic correspondence between the modern
.............pronunciation of his name and the English word
.LCIB........= LISP, which would be even more immediately
.............telling, 
but because even in its original .............Greek pronunciation of...
ALKIB/IADES, along with the pronunciation of his further
.............self-identifying place
of birth, acting as
.............surname...
 
ALKIB/IADES of ATHENAE (ATHENS) would have had the
.......................combinationally attracting
.......................phonetic, and therefore,
.......................articulatory, potential to have
.......................reinforced one of the four kinds of
.L.IB....S.....TH......= L/IB/S/TH (LISP)
.........................presumably here involving the...
.L.....................= L/INGUA combinationally...
.......D.S.............= S/T/ICKING toward or into the...
.......DE......TH......= TEETH (dentalized, interdental)
 
 
Even more telling is that the English word...
 
.LISP derives from the Middle English word....
.LISPE/N, which in turn derived from the Old English
WLISPIAN, from...
WLISP: TO LISP, again imitatively, and so ................expressively, referencing in articulation
................the...
.LI.............= LI/NGUA
.LISP...........= LISP/ING, as if S/L/I/PPING, from P.I.E
.LIS............=.................S/LEI-, also...
.LI.............=...................LEI-
.L.S............= LOOS/ELY, reinforced...
W...............= /W/: fricatively, as further to the...
WL..............= WEL/L of the mouth, as through the...
W...............= /W/: CIRC/U/MFLEX lips to a kind of
W.I.............= WI/NDY
..IS............= H/ISS/ING...
..ISP...........= SIB/ILANCE (consistent with many other
..................words, in different and unrelated
..................languages, that were generated to be
..................imitative of the disorder, or disorders,
..................
as to varying but nonetheless equally
..................telling 
forms) as for unrelated examples
..................Hebrew LESHANSHEN 
..................Chinese YIOSHEER, and... 
..................Hungarian SELYPIT, again as to...
............................S.L.PI...= SL/IP/PING with...
............................S.LYPI...= S/I/B/I/L/ANCE
..................Not only giving us clue to the cause of
..................lisping, as by names with like forms
..................imprintedly expressing to this
..................articulatory effect, but what are also
..................known, relatedly, as....
.LISP...........= S/L/IP/S of the tongue, or...
.L..............= L/INGUA, this strongly suggested by
..................finding that the
person who most famously
..................experienced
such slips was the English
..................educator of the even more directly
..................paralleling name...
WILLIAM SPOONER,  compare...
WILLI...SP..N....= WLISPIAN, and so even more specifically
...................potentiating 
a repeating...
.ILLI............= LI/NGUA to...
.ILLI...SP.......= LISP,
..LL....S.OO.....= L/OO/S/ELY, even...
......M.SPOO.....= S/M/OO/THLY
.ILLI...SP.......= S/LI/PP/ING
............N....= I/N the...
W.LL.............= WELL of the...
......M..........= M/OUTH
 
...resulting in the inadvertent transpositions of initial syllables of words now known informally after...
 
........SPOONER, as...
........SPOONERISMS

Had Sigmund Freud recognized just this, instead of presuming "slips of the tongue" to be the result of repression, especially as his original name of...

SIGISMUND would suggest to...
S...S.....= OB/SESS/ION:
S.G.S.....= SEX/UAL, psychology would again have had the ............potential to become a true neuroscience, with a ............far more telling kind of psychoanalysis.

Spooner's slips of the tongue reinforced, yet again, by his self-identifying birth in...
 
LONDON, ENGLAND, which, unlike the sticking tongue
.................references we found in the first
.................section on stuttering, and the compressing
.................mouth references in the second on
.................stammering, has the majority of
.................references to the...
L.N.......GL.N...= LINGUA, 
as we might expect for a country
...................that has produced so many geniuses with
L.N......NGLAN...= LANGUAGE (from writing to speaking to ...................acting) the last even having bearing on
...................why an English actor famous for his
...................lisp, 
again often exaggerated to effect,
...................BORIS KARLOFF, was from London, 
...................and did not have this as his original
...................name, but with the same initially
...................imprinting given name as...

WILLIAM S/POONER
WILLIAM   PRATT, not only born in...
.................LONDON, but from the two boroughs of
.................LEWISHAM and SOUTHWARK, and so here to
.........................................the combined
.........................................potential for
.........................................not an inter-
.........................................dental, but a
..LL......RATT...L.......................= L/AT/ER/AL
..LI.....P.......L..ISH.......S..TH......= L/ISH/P/TH,
..LL......RATT...L.......................= L/AT/ER/ALLY,
W..................................W.....= fricatively ...........................................and
....................ISH.......S..TH......= SHIBILANTLY
...........................................even
WI..........TT......ISH........S..T......= T/WI/SHT/INGLY
..LL.....P.......L..ISH.......S..........= SH/LI/PP/ING...
..LL.............L...SH.......SOU........= L/OO/SH/LY
..LLI............L.......................= LI/NGUALLY
...........................................in the
W.LL...............................W.....= WELL or...
W.L................................WARK..= W/HOLE ARC
...........................................of the...
......M.................M......OUTH......= M/OUTH
 
 
A far more famous...
 
 
........ENGLISH actor who overcame a boyhood...
...........LISHP, CARY GRANT, also doesn't seem to have any
..................of the requisite, and so predictive,
..................references for this disorder of...
.............SHPEECH (SPEECH), until we realize that this
......................too was a 
stage name, and that his
......................original 
name of...
ARCHIBALD  LEACH, along with familiar name of...
ARCHIE     LEACH of BRISTOL, ENGLAND, again hold a
......................................strong phonetic,
......................................and so expressive,
......................................correspondence to
.......L...L..............L..ENGL.....= LINGUAL, even
..SH...L...L..SH....BRI...............= SHLIPPERY
..SH.B.L.....SH.....B.................= SHIBIL/ANT
.R....................................= /R/: continuant
..SH.B.L..L..S......B.................= SHLIBB/ING, again
........................................exemplifying the ........................................kind of 
.......L..L...............L.....L.....= L/ATER/AL
..SH.B.L..LEASH.....B.....L.....L.....= LISHB (LISP)
........................................known as a...
..SH...L..LEASH.......................= SLUSHY ESS, as also
....................................................for...
.....................................SCOTTISH   SEAN, or...
...........................................SHEAN CONNERY
..........................................(S/EAN CONNERY)
 
Indeed the kind of "slushy esh lishp" (lisp) that was endearingly expressed by a young actress who would one day costar in a film with Cary Grant, with the name of...
 
..SHIRLEY TEMPLE, from SANTA MONICA,  if not also 
..............LO///////S//////////ANGE-
..............LE///////S................reinforcing her own
......L.......L....................NG = LING/UALLY
.....RL...T...L.......................= LAT/ER/AL/IZED
..SH..LEY.....L........S..............= SLUSHY ESS,
..SHI.L......P.........S..............= LI/SH/P (LISP)
........................................even out of...
............MPL.......................= PLUMPL/Y
..........T.MPLE......................= DIMPLE/D cheeks

...if you can imagine how this might become selected for, and imprintedly reinforced, by such forms, as you should imagine why lingual continuant /L/s in a name (here two in given name, and two in further self-identifying place name) would reinforce the gift of language so necessary for becoming an actor, and why we find this letter, or phoneme, in advance of probability in the names of famous actors, especially to their original names.

This is even shown for a
nother actor famously known for a lisp, exaggerated to sinister (or hissing) effect, not originally...
 
PETER LORRE, but far more telling as to this potential...

LASZLO LOWEN(SH)TEIN, which couldn't be any more consistent
......................with a....
L.S.LO.LO....SH.......= LOO/SH (LOOSE)
L...L..L...N..........= L/INGUA, or...
................T..N..= TON/GUE
..SZL..L.....SH.......= SHL/IPPING (SLIPPING) with...
..SZ.........SH.......= SH/IBILANCE (SIBILANCE)
L...L..L..............= L/ATERALLY or....
.........W............= /W/: fricatively, even...
.........W.N..........= WIN/DILY (breathily) in the...
.........WE...........= WE/LL of the mouth, likely
........................reinforced - however identifying
........................as Hungarian - by self-
........................identifying
birth in the
........................majority....
 
...SLOVAK-speaking town of ROZSAHEGY in LIPTO county, again
..............................................to a...
................................H.............= fricatively
...........................R..................= continuant
...SLO......................OZS.........L.....= L/OOS/LEY
...SL........................ZS.........LIP...= SLIPP/ING
....L...................................L.....= L/INGUA
................................................or..
...........................................TO.= TO/NGUE to
................................................a
...S.........................ZS...............= S/IBILANT
...SL........................ZS.........LIP...= LI/S/P
 
 
As to the famous lisp of LORRE's frequent costar...
 
HUMPHREY DE FOREST BOGART, with no references at all to
...........................the lingua, slipping or
...........................otherwise, 
it is telling that
...........................his lisp was 
not developmental,
...........................but the 
result of an accident,
...........................and so 
does not contradict the
...........................hypothesis to phonetic cause and
...........................articulatory effect
 
 
Nor should the fact that...
 
WINSTON SPENCER CHURCHILL was born in...
..........................WOODSTOCK, which would
.....................................have reinforced his...
...ST...........CH..CH........ST.CK.= STICK/ING
................CH..CH..............= CATCHING
....TON.............................= TON/GUE, and so
...ST.........................ST....= ST/UTTER, distract us
......................................from a...
W.........................W.........= /W/: fricatively, as
.......................................well as...
W.........................WOO.......= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY
......................................reinforced, perhaps
......................................characteristically
..........ENGLISH.......................................
...............SH...CHILL...........= SHLUSHY ESS
........SP...LISH...CH..............= LISHP (LISP), for ......................................this genius at
......................................oratory, or again
........SP..........CH..............= SPEECH
 
 
Nor should we be distracted by the deformities that may have influenced the....
 
........SPEECH disorder from which the great teller of
...............fables...
......AESOP,   likely from...
.............THRAKUS (or THRACE) believed himself to
......................have been miraculously cured,
......................reinforced to a...
........S....THR..US..= THR/US/T/ING, if not also a...
........S.P...........= S/LI/PP/ING
.............T........= T/ONGUE within the...
......AE..............= /AE/: HEIGH/TENED cavity of mouth
........S.P...........= SIB/ILANTLY reinforced to LI/SP,
........................if also with the potential to...
........S....THR......= STUTHER (STUTTER)

Nor the deformities that caused other problems for the artist and illustrator, further affected by a lisp, HENRI...
 
 
TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, from ALBI, FRANCE, who couldn't then
.....................................have had any more
.....................................telling, potentially
.....................................selecting, references,
.....................................in his combined
.....................................surname + place-name
.....................................to a...
TOU.........T........................= TO/NGUE or...
...L.....L..............L............= L/INGUA
.............R.C.............FR......= FR/ICATIVELY
...LOUS..LAU.....................S...= LOOS/E, as to...
...L..S..L..............LBI......S...= SL/IP, as with...
...L..S..L..............LBI......S...= SIB/IL/ANCE, to a
...L..S..L..............LBI......S...= LISB (or LISP)...
 
...unless, that is, we are instead talking about a place-name such as paralleling referencing...
 
TUSCALOOSA             ALABAMA (compare above) not only
................................with a differential
................................collective articulatory
................................reference to the same...
TU..............................= TO/NGUE or...
.....L..................L.......= L/INGUA
.....LOOS...............L.......= LOOS/E, with the
..................................potential to...
.....L..S...............L.B.....= S/L/IB (S/L/IP) with
...S.L..S...............L.B.....= SI/B/IL/ANCE, as to...
.....L..S...............L.B.....= LIS/B (LIS/P) but also a
..................................differential potential
..................................for...
TU..............................= TO/NGUE or...
.....L..................L.......= L/INGUA
TUSC............................= S/TU/C/K (stutter) and
........................LAB.....= LAB/IAL, or BI/LAB/IAL
..........................B.M...= CO/MP/RESSING (stammer)
 
...which accounts for why, according to researcher Oliver Bloodstein, in his Handbook on Stuttering, this city has one of the highest rates of speech disorder in the U.S., as well as the place where one of the most widely read journals on speech disorder was, accordingly, founded.
 
..........................................................
 
         Added Evidence in the Form of Questions
 
Given the evidences above, perhaps especially the last, why do you think it is that we find further parallel to the self-identifying names of prominent U.S. politician...
 
WILLIAM RUDOLPH LOUIS "RUDY" GIULIANI, 
........................................also referentially
........................................reinforcingly a
W.................W....................= /W/: fricatively 
..LL.....U......LOU.S...U......UL......= LOOS/E
..LL............L...............L......= L/INGUA
..LLI...........L..I.........SH.L......= SL/IPPING
..LL............L...............L.ADR..= LATER/ALLY
.........................................in the...
W.LL...................................= WELL of the
......M................................= M/OUTH to...
.........U.......OU.....U......U.......= CIRC/U/MFLEXLY
........RU.............................= ROU/NDED lips,
.........................................as with...
...................IS........ZH........= SI/BILANCE

...differentially reinforced by self-identification with, and so imprint, of...

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, as to the...
.....LYN............= LIN/GUA, potentially
.....L.....EW.......= L/OO/SE
......YN..N.........= IN or WITH/IN the...
...........EW..ORK..= C/IRCU/MFLEXIVELY
BR..................= PUR/SED lips to....
..............YO....= YAW/NING
...............ORK..= ARC of the mouth
BR..................= O/VER?


Why do you think it is that the former heavyweight boxing champion...
 
MICHAEL "MIKE" TYSON, not only has an unexpectedly
.I........I.....Y.....= HIGH-pitched voice, but even as
........................for the Greek military leader
........................mentioned earlier...
.IC.A.L...IK...TYS.....= A/L/K/IB/IA/DES, with a...
......L..........S.....= LOO/SE
......L................= L/INGUA or...
...............T.......= T/ONGUE
.I........I.....Y......= HIGH in the mouth, even 
...........K...T.S.....= S/T/ICKING dentally or...
.........................interdentally to, or between,
.........................the...
...............TY......= TEE/TH, as with...
.................S.....= S/IBILANCE
 
...accent/uatedly reinforced, as above, by birth in...
 
NEW YORK, NEW YORK?

 
Why do you think it is that another actress...
 
DREW BLYTHE BARRYMORE also had to overcome a...
......LYTH..B.........= LITHB (LISP), reinforced by a...
..EW..L.TH............= L/OO/TH (LOOSE) or...
......LYTHE...........= LITHE
......LY..............= L/INGUA, and by birth in...
........................the greater...

......LOS ANGELES area, doubly referencing a...
......LOS.....LES.....= LOOS/E
......L....NG.L.......= LING/UA?
 
Why do you think it is that the author...
 
TRUMAN CAPOTE, given that his original name was
 
TRUMAN STRECKFUS PERSONS, may have been given to...
TR.....STREC..............= STRETC/HING his...
T.......T.................= T/ONGUE
.............F............= F/RICATIVELY F/ORWARD, as
............................with...
.......S.......S.......S..= S/IBILANCE through
..U..............PERS.....= PURSE/D lips, reinforced to a

 
...........L//IS/P by his birth in the state of...
...........LOUIS/IANA, again to a...
...........LOU.S.......= LOOSE
...........L.....I.N...= L/IN/GUA within
............OU.........= CIRC/U/MFLEX lips, with....
..............IS.I.....= SI/BILANCE, at...

...........NEW ORLEANS, compare...
...........NEW.OR.......= NEW Y/OR/K above, if again to a
.................L..N...= LIN/GUA potentially
............EW...L...S..= L/OO/SE?
 
 
Why do you think it is that the founder of the American Red Cross...
 
CLARA BARTON does not seem to have had a name suggesting 
.............her lisp until we realize that her original
.............first and last names were...
 
 
CLARISSA BARTON which does indeed phonetically, and
................articulately,
reference a...
.L..ISS..B......= LISP
 
...reinforced by middle name...
 
HARLOW, as to the...
HAR.....= H/IGH AR/C of the mouth 
....OW..= O/VER the...
...L....= L/INGUA, and so again potentially...
...LOW..= LOO/SE, 
if not also by her birth in
..................problematically 
pronounced...
 
...MASSACHUSETTS, with respect to the...
..........U.......= CIRC/U/MFLEXED lips of the...
...M..............= M/OUTH over the repeatedly
.....SS.SH.S......= S/EN/S/ING, if not also..
.....SS.SH.S......= SH/LIPPING,
.............TT...= T/ONGUE?

And more telling references again, why do you think, for television presenter and correspondent...

...JESSICA SAVITCH, as to....
.............V......= F/RICATIVE...
.....SS....S........= S/LIPPING with...
.....SSI...S........= S/IBILANCE

...reinforced by the /TH/ of middle name BETH, if not also
by the middle reinforcing part of...

......PENN/SYLV/ANIA to...
..............V......= F/RICATIVE...
...........S.L.......= SL/IPPING?

But probably not as much as again...

......MASSACHUSETTS (SEE above) for television journalist
.....................and host...

......BARBARA WALTERS, who, however much she has telling
.......................articulatory reference in latent
.......................combination for...
..............W........= W/IDENING the already
...........RA..........= RA/ISING
...........R...........= /R/ to be pronounced more as...
..............W........= /W/, consistent with the
.........................articulatory disorder known as...
...........RA..........= RHO/TACISM, there seems to be
.........................a greater number of references to
......B..B.............= B/ILA/B/IAL B/LOCKING and...
................LT.R...= L/INGUALLY TR/IPPING than for
.........................a...

......S/L/IPPING T/ONGUE, which should at least have us
..........................ask the question whether this
..........................might have been selected for,
..........................as we found in an earlier case
..........................of stuttering, by mother's more
..........................apt surname here of...
......SELE///////TSKY,  as toa...

......S.L..............= SL/IPPING
..................SK...= SK/IPPING
........L..............= L/INGUA or...
.................T.....= T/ONGUE

......................................................

This page is dedicated to the people of the city of...

TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA, as well as the researchers at the...
.....................SPEECH AND HEARING CENTER located
.....................there, who might benefit from
.....................understanding both the selective and
.....................imprinted differential potential of
.....................their city and state's name
.....................together, as to the increased rate
.....................of speech or communication disorder
.....................to be found there, including LISPING.

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