• enPR: sĭlăʹbĭkāt, IPA: /sɪˈlæbɪkeɪt/

syllabicate (syllabicates, present participle syllabicating; past and past participle syllabicated)

  1. (rare) To syllabify.
    • 1654, Joseph Brooksbank, Plain, brief, and pertinent Rules for the judicious and artificial Syllabication of all English Words, page 27
      To Syllabicate, which is to find out a word by its syllables.

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