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disyllabic

[ dahy-si-lab-ik, dis-i- ]
/ ˌdaɪ sɪˈlæb ɪk, ˌdɪs ɪ- /
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adjective
consisting of or pertaining to two syllables.
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Also dis·syl·lab·ic [dis-i-lab-ik, dis-si-, dahy-si-] /ˌdɪs ɪˈlæb ɪk, ˌdɪs sɪ-, ˌdaɪ sɪ-/ .

Origin of disyllabic

First recorded in 1630–40; di-1 + syllabic
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