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A unit of pronunciation having one vowel (or vowel-equivalent) sound, with or without surrounding consonants, forming the whole or a part of a word.

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may be stressed on either the first or second syllables with about equal frequency, men’s names are almost universally stressed on the first. This is not the case in every language, or even in just in …
asked Jan 11 '14 by Darrel Hoffman