Definición de disyllable en inglés:

disyllable

Saltos de línea: di|syl¦lable
Pronunciación: /dʌɪˈsɪləb(ə)l
 
, ˈdʌɪsɪl-/
(also dissyllable /dɪˈsɪləb(ə)l/)

sustantivo

Prosody
  • A word or metrical foot consisting of two syllables.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • A disyllable or disyllabic word has two syllables, a trisyllable or trisyllabic word has three.
    • The call, sometimes preceded by a single note, was a repeated series of disyllables, the second syllable stressed.
    • Note that this is exponentially worse than the Manning Henkel problem, since there are not two but four dissyllables to conjure with.

Origen

late 16th century: alteration (influenced by syllable) of French disyllabe, via Latin from Greek disullabos 'of two syllables', from di- 'two' + sullabē 'syllable'.

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