Definition of Monosyllabic. Meaning of Monosyllabic. Synonyms of Monosyllabic

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Definition of Monosyllabic

Monosyllabic
Monosyllabic Mon`o*syl*lab"ic, a. [Cf. F. monosyllabique.] Being a monosyllable, or composed of monosyllables; as, a monosyllabic word; a monosyllabic language. -- Mon`o*syl*lab"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Monosyllabic from wikipedia

- In linguistics, a monosyllable is a word or utterance of only one syllable. It is most commonly studied in the fields of phonology and morphology and it...
- A monosyllabic language is a language in which words predominantly consist of a single syllable. An example of a monosyllabic language would be Old Chinese...
- longest monosyllabic words recorded in The Oxford English Dictionary, while scraunched and scroonched appear to be the longest monosyllabic words recorded...
- noun, loanword, or nonce word. Some nine-letter proper names remain monosyllabic when adding a tenth letter and apostrophe to form the possessive: Laugharne's...
- tones in syllables ending with stops: Chinese is often described as a "monosyllabic" language. However, this is only partially correct. It is largely accurate...
- "triphthongos", literally "with three sounds," or "with three tones") is a monosyllabic vowel combination involving a quick but smooth movement of the articulator...
- pronunciation of western Norway. Accent 1 generally occurs in words that were monosyllabic in Old Norse, and accent 2 in words that were polysyllabic. In many dialects...
- per word, with a grade level of −1.3. (Most of the 50 used words are monosyllabic; "anywhere", which occurs eight times, is the only exception.) Leah Borovoi...
- 1:20 2. "Kids of the K-Hole" 2:16 3. "Murder the Government" 0:46 4. "Monosyllabic Girl" 0:54 5. "180 Degrees" 2:10 6. "All His Suits Are Torn" 2:19 7....
- of a "root" is that it does not end in a short "a" (अ) and that it is monosyllabic. In contrast, the affixes and endings commonly do. The affixes in Sanskrit...
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