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Is there a name for a speech impediment like this where, for lack of a better description, it sounds like you're talking after you've bitten your tongue?

「いだだきまあず」 → いただきます

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「ごぢぞうざまでぢだあ」 → ごちそうさまでした

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Here's the video I took the screenshots from, but the audio doesn't completely match the words on the screen. (Also, I couldn't figure out how to link between a particular start and end time on the video.)

  • Could you add an audio clip? There are several possibilities such as how hearing impaired people or how stroke victims speak. Or just quick, informal native speech. – user3169 Mar 7 '17 at 4:05
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There is a word 鼻声【はなごえ】, which is understood by all native speakers. Exaggerated examples would be:

  • がぜびぎまじだぁ (風邪引きましたぁ)
  • あ゛あ゛あ゛、ごめんなざい~ (ごめんなさい~)

But this usually refers to a temporary symptom of a normal human being.

For a yokai like this, I would use 鼻の詰まったような声, 鼻にかかったような声, くぐもった声, こもった声 or 濁った声. You can use 常に濁音で喋る although this doesn't look technical at all.

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