Definition of Pronunciation. Meaning of Pronunciation. Synonyms of Pronunciation
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Definition of Pronunciation
PronunciationPronunciation Pro*nun`ci*a"tion (?; 277), n. [F.
pronunciation, L. pronunciatio. See Pronounce.]
1. The act of uttering with articulation; the act of giving
the proper sound and accent; utterance; as, the
pronunciation of syllables of words; distinct or
2. The mode of uttering words or sentences.
3. (Rhet.) The art of manner of uttering a discourse publicly
with propriety and gracefulness; -- now called delivery.
--J. Q. Adams.
Meaning of Pronunciation from wikipedia
is the way in which
a word or a language
is spoken. This may refer
used in speaking
- and ⟨ ⟩, see IPA § Brackets and transcription
delimiters. Received Pronunciation
(RP) is the accent traditionally regarded
as the standard
and most prestigious...
- The pronunciation
of GIF, an acronym
for the Graphics Interchange
Format, has been disputed since
the 1990s. Po****rly pronounced
as a one-syllable...
- A pronunciation respelling
is a regular phonetic respelling
of a word that has a standard spelling
but whose pronunciation according
to that spelling
- IPA § Brackets and transcription
are a variety
in modern English
and in historical forms
of the language
- are often
from the pronunciation
mapping, from spelling
, is usually regular
- Gr**** pronunciation
Gr**** phonology Koine
Gr**** phonology Modern
page lists articles
- Portuguese, ⟨c⟩ generally
has a "hard" value
of /k/ and a "soft" value whose pronunciation varies
by language. In French, Portuguese, Catalan
- and transcription
delimiters. A pronunciation respelling
is a notation
used to convey
in the English
- Berners-Lee rejected suggestions
Wide Web name over pronunciation
that this peculiar feature
of the name would
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