verb (used with object), syl·lab·i·cat·ed, syl·lab·i·cat·ing.
Origin of syllabicate
Examples from the Web for syllabication
In the United States the prevailing purpose of syllabication is to indicate pronunciation.Orthography|Elmer W. Cavins
Under this term are included Articulation, Syllabication, and Accent.School Reading by Grades|James Baldwin
Rules for the division of words at the ends of lines, with remarks on spelling, syllabication and pronunciation.The Uses of Italic|Frederick W. Hamilton
In the diacritical marking, as in accentuation and syllabication, Webster's International Dictionary has been taken as authority.De La Salle Fifth Reader|Brothers of the Christian Schools
These rules for division are necessarily based on spelling and syllabication.Division of Words|Frederick W. Hamilton