The word 'lisp,' is an English and Middle English word which originated around 1100 CE. In Middle English, the word was known as 'lipsen.' It describes an unorthodox way of speaking, or a speech impediment. The letters s and z are pronounced the same, and are often accompanied by the 'th' sound before the letter.
he had a lisp
Someone who did not have a lisp.
No, Bailee Madison does not have a lisp.
Michael Jackson did not have a lisp.
Jennette does not have a lisp. If you check out her video on youtube titled, "In The Airport Heading to MOA!", she says that she does not have a lisp. She says its her computer that makes it sound like she has a lisp.
President Obama has a severe lisp.
yezzz she doze have a lisp...
no he just has a lisp in the cable guy
No, he doesn't have a lisp, but he does have a Scottish accent.
Guy L. Steele has written: 'COMMON LISP' -- subject(s): COMMON LISP (Computer program language), LISP (Computer program language), LISP, Common Lisp (Langage de programmation)
It is British and Australian origin.
The word lisp comes from Old English origins. The word lisp can be used as either a noun or a verb.
Yea he does.. He has admitted to havin a mild lisp ..
Former President John Adams did have a lisp.
Cuz the actress has a lisp?
To treat a lisp, you need several years of speech therapy. That's primarily the only way. You can't get surgery to fix a lisp.
LISP programming refers to creating applications using LISP languages - a family of old high level programming languages that used Polish notation. LISP languages are the second oldest HLLs after FORTRAN.
The fullform of DTP is Desktop Publishing and LISP is List Processing
Lisp is both compiled and interpreted language.
Lisp in Small Pieces has 514 pages.
im not sure how i have got a lisp but it does get annoying because everyone takes the mick.
wouldn't it be British?