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Definition of Aphetic
ApheticAphetic A*phet"ic, a. [Gr. ? letting go, fr. ? to let go.]
Shortened by dropping a letter or a syllable from the
beginning of a word; as, an aphetic word or form. --
A*phet"ic*al*ly, adv. --New Eng. Dict.
Meaning of Aphetic from wikipedia
(linguistics), a term in phonetics Aphetic
place, a term in astrology
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- separate species Carya
carolinae-septentrionalis. The word hickory
is an aphetic
form from earlier
for even earlier
- that initial
⟨a⟩ is an unstressed vowel
in some words
process. Kirsty Rowan
states, "The stress
****ignment of Meroitic
- kind of s****fish,’ afterwards confused
with “*bernicula” , a supposed aphetic
form of “*hibernacula”, which might
to the barnacle-goose from...
- Spensers, Spensor, Spincer, also the rare patronymic
Spencers, and the aphetic
(derived) Spender. The surnames Stewart
and Stuart denote essentially
is "an area, extent, expanse, lapse
of time," the aphetic
of Old French espace dating
to 1300. Espace
is from Latin
- part of Seleucid Syria
in its succeeding Seleucid Empire
form of ****yria). Arrapha
as such until
- Early Modern Dutch gurkijn
(Modern gurkje), diminutive
of gurk (+ kijn), aphetic variant
of agurk, or possibly
of agurk, taken...
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