disyllabize

[dahy-sil-uh-bahyz, di-]

verb (used with object), di·syl·la·bized, di·syl·la·biz·ing.

to make disyllabic.

Also dissyllabize; especially British, di·syl·la·bise.

Origin of disyllabize

First recorded in 1865–70; disyllable + -ize
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