Definición de rhotic en inglés:


Silabificación: rho·tic
Pronunciación: /ˈrōtik


  • Of, relating to, or denoting a dialect or variety of English, e.g., Midwestern American English, in which r is pronounced before a consonant (as in hard) and at the ends of words (as in far).
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    • With the exception of the Southern states, eastern New England, and New York City, pronunciation is rhotic, postvocalic /r/ being pronounced in such words as part, four, motor.
    • The syllable that Ben has spelled ‘er’ would be pronounced as an r-colored vowel - a rhotic schwa - which is essentially just a vocalic form of the syllable-final [r] in ‘care’.
    • This is a rhotic central vowel.



Pronunciación: /rōˈtisətē/
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  • In other cities, such as Plymouth and Bournemouth, rhoticity varies.


1960s: from Greek rhot-, stem of rho (see rho) + -ic.

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