- αἱρέω haireo, "to take". Aphetism
from Gr**** ἄφεσις aphesis
, "letting go" from ἀφίημι aphiemi
from ἀπό apo, "away" and ἵημι híemi,...
as a single
syllable, /ˈliːt/, rhyming
with eat, by way of aphesis
of the initial vowel
of "elite". It may also be pronounced
as two syllables...
- the name as a reference
to the Amorites, having
lost the initial
a via aphesis
; the name is thus interpreted
land of the Amorites. This agrees...
(1989 ed.), state
"). In French, the English words
federacy, confederacy, and confederation...
(probably an alteration
of ratafia, via aphesis
) is a kind of rum made from sugarcane
juice. It is typically unaged whereas
rum is typically
- the loss of a sound
from the beginning
of a word, is called apheresis
may occur during
- Speechwriter Technical communication
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- lady of the lake (a mythological
with either apocope
+ rama (palm tree + ****ure aspect) = where there
Domna, p. 170 Martin
Gansten, "Balbillus and the Method
" (July 2012), p.587 Beck, Beck on Mithraism: Collected Works
With New Essays...
on the tracks, but soon the tracks
to 17. The aphesis
(starting points) were made of stone. The tiers
on the south