syllabicate

[ si-lab-i-keyt ]
/ sɪˈlæb ɪˌkeɪt /

verb (used with object), syl·lab·i·cat·ed, syl·lab·i·cat·ing.

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Origin of syllabicate

1765–75; back formation from syllabication<Medieval Latin syllabicātiōn- (stem of syllabicātiō). See syllabic, -ation

OTHER WORDS FROM syllabicate

syl·lab·i·ca·tion, nounun·syl·lab·i·cat·ed, adjective
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