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epenthesis definition

  • noun:
    • The insertion of an audio in the middle of a word, as with Middle English thunder from Old English thunor.
    • The insertion of a phoneme, page, or syllable into a word, usually to fulfill the phonological constraints of a language or poetic context.
    • The insertion of a letter or an audio within the body of a word.
    • In grammar, the insertion of a letter or syllable in the middle of a word, as alituum for alitum.
    • the insertion of a vowel or consonant into a word to produce its pronunciation simpler
    • The insertion of an audio in the center of a word, as with center English thunder from Old English thunor.
    • The insertion of a phoneme, page, or syllable into a word, often to meet the phonological limitations of a language or poetic context.
    • The insertion of a letter or a sound in the body of a word.
    • In sentence structure, the insertion of a letter or syllable in the exact middle of a word, as alituum for alitum.
    • the insertion of a vowel or consonant into a word which will make its pronunciation quicker
    • The insertion of an audio in the middle of a word, as in Middle English thunder from Old English thunor.
    • The insertion of a phoneme, page, or syllable into a word, frequently to fulfill the phonological limitations of a language or poetic framework.
    • The insertion of a letter or an audio in the body of a word.
    • In grammar, the insertion of a letter or syllable in the exact middle of a word, as alituum for alitum.
    • the insertion of a vowel or consonant into a word to help make its pronunciation easier
    • The insertion of an audio in a word, as in center English thunder from Old English thunor.
    • The insertion of a phoneme, letter, or syllable into a word, frequently to satisfy the phonological limitations of a language or poetic framework.
    • The insertion of a letter or an audio within the body of a word.
    • In sentence structure, the insertion of a letter or syllable in the exact middle of a word, as alituum for alitum.
    • the insertion of a vowel or consonant into a word which will make its pronunciation much easier
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