• IPA: /sɪˈlæb.ɪk/


  1. Of, relating to, or consisting of a syllable or syllables.
  2. Pronounced with every syllable distinct.
  3. (linguistics) Designating a sound that is or can be the most sonorant segment of a syllable, as a vowel or a resonant. In the word riddle ([ɹɪdl̩]), the two syllabic sounds are [ɪ] and [l̩].
  4. Of, or being a form of verse, based on the number of syllables in a line rather than on the arrangement of accents or quantities.
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syllabic (plural syllabics)

  1. (linguistics) A syllabic sound.

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