Definition of Oxytonical. Meaning of Oxytonical. Synonyms of Oxytonical

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Definition of Oxytonical

Oxytonical
Oxytonical Ox`y*ton"ic*al, a. (Gr. Gram.) Oxytone.

Meaning of Oxytonical from wikipedia

- An oxytone (/ˈɒksɪtoʊn/; from the Ancient Gr****: ὀξύτονος, oxýtonos, 'sharp-sounding') is a word with the stress on the last syllable, such as the English...
- "hypercorrect" speech. frequent usage of initial syllable stress, also oxytonic stress in vocative case (as opposed to paroxytonic stress common in other...
- unstressed particles, prepositions, and other monosyllabic words, and any oxytonic polysyllabic word. As an example of the first type, casa ('house') is pronounced...
- endings paroxytonic words must then be accented to differentiate them from oxytonic words, as in amável, lápis, órgão. Monosyllables are typically not accented...
- There are very few minimal pairs for /ej/ and /ɛj/, all of which occur in oxytonic words. In Greater Lisbon, however, it is always pronounced [ɐj]. /ɛj/ ei...
- so the nouns of the B paradigm are consistently accented on the ending (oxytonic, except in the instrumental plural). In the Neoštokavian dialects of Serbo-Croatian...
- syllable. In different paradigms, the stress pattern was varyingly barytonic, oxytonic, and mobile. Unstressed vowels lost one mora—long vowels were shortened...
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