Definition of Orthoepic. Meaning of Orthoepic. Synonyms of Orthoepic

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Definition of Orthoepic

Orthoepic
Orthoepic Or`tho*["e]p"ic, Orthoepical Or`tho*["e]p"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to ortho["e]py, or correct pronunciation. -- Or`tho*["e]p"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Orthoepic from wikipedia

- Orthoepy is the study of pronunciation of a particular language, within a specific oral tradition. The term is from the Gr**** ὀρθοέπεια, from ὀρθός orthos...
- Ancient Gr**** phonology is the reconstructed phonology or pronunciation of Ancient Gr****. This article mostly deals with the pronunciation of the standard...
- York: Schocken, 1968), p. 19, n. 7, calls the vocalization Jehovah an “orthoepic monstrosity.”" Plaut, W. Gunther; Leviticus / Bernard J. Bamberger; Essays...
- Dicționarul ortografic, ortoepic și morfologic al limbii române (Otrhographic, orthoepic, and morphologic dictionary of the Romanian language) (2 ed.). Univers...
- included some additions (contradicting the strict ordering scheme) and orthoepic changes to the Vedic Sanskrit such as the regularization of sandhi (termed...
- de punctuație) [The orthographic dictionary of the Romanian language (orthoepic, morphological, with punctuation rules)] – introduced by the Academy of...
- phoenix /oʊ/ /uː/ /oʊˈɛ/ doeskin, woeful shoelace, canoeing poetic, soever, orthoepic /ɛ/ foetid, roentgen /oʊˈiː/ coeval, noesis /oʊˈɜː/ coerce /oʊə/ poetry...
- alternative to the standard Italian alveolar trill [r], due to individual orthoepic defects and/or regional variations that make the alternative sound more...
- alternative to the standard Italian alveolar trill [r], due to individual orthoepic defects and/or regional variations that make the alternative sound more...
- lītan: [ˈliːtɑn] "to bend" However, this theory is inconsistent with orthoepic evidence from the Early Modern English era. Old English had a moderately...
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