In grammar, to control or slur within the sound of in address, or note the suppression of on paper: theoretically used particularly towards cutting-off of one last vowel, such as “th' enemy,” however in a more general sense compared to that of a syllable or any section of a word. See elision, 1.
to-break or dash in pieces; crush.
In grammar, to control or slur over the sound of in address, or note the suppression of in writing: officially applied specially into the cutting-off of a final vowel, as with “th' opponent,” but in an even more basic sense to this of a syllable or any element of a word. See elision, 1.