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barytone

[ bar-i-tohn ]
/ ˈbær ɪˌtoʊn /
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adjective
having the last syllable unaccented.
noun
a barytone word.
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Origin of barytone

1820–30; <Greek barýtonos, equivalent to barý(s) heavy, deep (of sound) + tónostone
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British Dictionary definitions for barytone (1 of 2)

barytone1
/ (ˈbærɪˌtəʊn) /

noun
a less common spelling of baritone

British Dictionary definitions for barytone (2 of 2)

barytone2
/ (ˈbærɪˌtəʊn) in ancient Greek /

adjective
having the last syllable unaccented
noun
a word in which the last syllable is unaccentedCompare oxytone

Word Origin for barytone

C19: from Greek barutonos heavy-sounding, from barus heavy + tonos tone
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