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Definition of Trisyllabically

Trisyllabically
Trisyllabic Tris`yl*lab"ic, Trisyllabical Tris`yl*lab"ic*al, a. [L. trisyllabus, Gr. ?; ? (see Tri-) + ? a syllable: cf. F. trissyllabique.] Of or pertaining to a trisyllable; consisting of three syllables; as, ``syllable' is a trisyllabic word. -- Tris`yllab"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Trisyllabically from wikipedia

- and ⟨ ⟩, see IPA § Brackets and transcription delimiters. Trisyllabic laxing, or trisyllabic shortening, is any of three processes in English in which...
- This page has a list of closed pairs of English rhyming words—in each pair, both words rhyme with each other and only with each other. bairn, cairn boosts...
- Milton introduced modifications, which included hypermetrical syllables (trisyllabic feet), inversion or slighting of stresses, and the shifting of pauses...
- closely related Chakhar dialect. The conclusion is drawn that di- and trisyllabic words with a short first syllable are stressed on the second syllable...
- example: aba (crib, barn), ara (body), iba (fever). Monosyllabic and even trisyllabic roots do occur but they are less common. Yoruba is a highly isolating...
- languages, the contour of each tone operates at the word level. That is, a trisyllabic word in a three-tone syllable-tone language has many more tonal possibilities...
- bathes daily, even in tide pools. The Cape robin-chat has a harsh, low, trisyllabic alarm call, which may be rendered as WA-dur-dra, WA-de-da or TURR-da-da...
- (C)V-CVCV (Williamson 2000, etc.). However, Roger Blench (2016) proposes a trisyllabic (CVCVCV) syllabic structure for Proto-Niger–Congo roots, while Konstantin...
- alternations in child vs. children, keep vs. kept, meet vs. met; and trisyllabic laxing, which is responsible for alternations such as grateful vs. gratitude...
- ˈjuːlɪ.ʊs ˈkae̯sar], or, alternatively, with praenomen pronounced trisyllabically as [ˈɡaːɪ.ʊs]. In Gr****, during Caesar's time, his name was written...